Monthly Archives: December 2013

Lamar Odom Pleads No Contest in California DUI Case


Free Agent, Lamar Odom pleaded no contest on Monday, December 8th to his California DUI charge. Continue reading

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Study: Hungover Driving as Dangerous as Drunk Driving


Although sleeping it off may reduce the risk of a California DUI, the hungover driver still poses a threat to the roads. Continue reading

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Getting Pulled Over by an Officer Less Sober than You


Ohio-based Journal-News has reported that cops in some Ohio communities are allowed to head to work after drinking some alcohol. That’s right, they’re allowed to strap on their gun and patrol the streets with alcohol in their systems.
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Thanksgiving Yields Fewer Los Angeles DUIs


It seems we have something else to be thankful for; fewer drunk drivers on the roads this past Thanksgiving weekend. Continue reading

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California Supreme Court: No Challenging of Breathalyzer Accuracy in DUI Cases


The California Supreme Court has held that general scientific evidence refuting the accuracy of all breathalyzers in California DUI cases is inadmissible as evidence. The decision, however, does not prohibit the introduction of evidence that a particular breathalyzer is malfunctioning. Continue reading

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