Monthly Archives: December 2013

Portable Drug Test To Be Used at Los Angeles DUI Checkpoints


A new year brings in new technology. Continue reading

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Christmas DUI Crackdown


As Californians take to the road for holiday travels, law enforcement gears up for its annual drunk driving crackdown.
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Proposed OC Ordinance to Fine Hosts for Underage Drinking Rejected


The Orange County Board of Supervisors has rejected an ordinance that would have imposed a fine of $750 for any adult host that allows underage drinking at a private residence with three or more people present. A second violation would have subjected the host to a misdemeanor charge. Continue reading

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Police Department to Tweet the Names of DUI Arestees


The police department of Riverside, Illinois, announced last week that it will begin tweeting the names of people who have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Continue reading

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Prank Used as a DUI Prevention Method


The word “prank” is an understatement when describing what comedian Tom Mabe pulled off to teach a friend the dangers of his drunk driving habits. It was an outright production. Although, it may be quite funny to watch, the lesson that Mabe was trying to make certainly wasn’t. Continue reading

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