Monthly Archives: May 2014

Memorial Day Southern California DUI Arrests Up from Last Year


As the unofficial kickoff to summer, it came as no surprise that law enforcement would be cracking down on DUIs this past Memorial Day weekend. They certainly did and the California Highway Patrol has released its numbers. Continue reading

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California Boating Under the Influence


Memorial Day, the unofficial kickoff to summer, has now past and Californians will be looking to the many local beaches, lakes, and rivers to cool off this summer. But think twice about bringing the alcohol refreshments aboard. Continue reading

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Male College Students More Likely to Drive Stoned than Drunk


A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatric reported that male college students are more than three times likelier to drive after smoking marijuana than after drinking alcohol. Continue reading

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Protesters Storm Courthouse after DUI Defense of Affluenza Influences Sentence


Angry protesters marched on the Thurston County, Washington, courthouse last week after Superior Court Judge Christine Schaller handed down a year of work release and no jail time to DUI offender Joshua Shaun Goodman. Continue reading

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California Man with DUI History Killed by Drunk Driver


An OC man was struck and killed by a drunk driver the day after he pled guilty to his own third DUI offense. Continue reading

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