Monthly Archives: May 2015

Memorial Day DUI’s


This coming Monday, the last Monday in the month of May, is the day that the United States remembers those who died while serving in the armed forces. Memorial Day also unofficially marks the beginning of summer and many people bring in the summer with a three day weekend of barbequing, getting together with family and friends, and drinking. Continue reading

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4 DUI Cases Dismissed After Officer Failed to Record Stops


Finally some accountability and a proper DUI case outcome. Continue reading

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3 DUI Arrests in 6 Days


Jennifer Yi, 31, of Hillsborough County, Florida was recently arrested three times in one week and each time was for driving under the influence. Continue reading

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MADD’s Victim Impact Panel for a California DUI


When someone is charged with a California DUI, it is not uncommon for the prosecutor to offer MADD’s Victim Impact Panel (VIP) as part of the plea deal. Continue reading

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Tweets and Text Messages Foreshadow DUI Collisions


Kayla Maria Mendoza, 22, was sentenced in a Florida court on Monday to 24 years in prison for a wrong-way DUI accident that killed the two women in the other vehicle. Continue reading

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