Monthly Archives: February 2014

Cover Charge Means DUI Liability Says California Supreme Court


The California Supreme Court has ruled that a party host who requires a cover charge to offset some of the costs of a party may be held liable if an underage drinker becomes intoxicated, drives, and injures or kills another person. Continue reading

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Marshawn Lynch Receives a California Wet Reckless


Seattle Seahawks running back, Marshawn Lynch has pled guilty to a California wet reckless in an Alameda County court instead of going to trial. Continue reading

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Former DUI Prosecutor Gets Third DUI, Judge Recommends Law License Suspension


A California State Bar judge has recommended a two-year suspension from practicing law for former San Francisco deputy district attorney, Marc Guillory, who attempted to use his badge to avoid several DUI arrests. Continue reading

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Wisconsin to Finally Criminalize DUI’s?


Believe it or not, Wisconsin has not yet criminalized drunk driving, otherwise called “operating while intoxicated” (OWI) in that state. Continue reading

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California DUI Collision Kills 6, Woman Charged with Murder


California DUI Collision Kills 6 Continue reading

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