Monthly Archives: August 2015

DUI for Military Members


It’s not uncommon to see local servicemen and servicewomen on leave out at the bars. And it’s no wonder with California being the home of 32 military bases. Serviceman of servicewoman should be aware that their DUI, if they are … Continue reading

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Boyfriend and Girlfriend Busted for DUI One Hour Apart


An hour is not enough time to sober up, at least not for Christopher McFarlane.    McFarland was the passenger in his girlfriend’s car when she was pulled over after California Highway Patrol officers spotted her vehicle swerving in Santa … Continue reading

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Study: Uber Lowering DUI Deaths in California


A new study from Temple University has concluded that Uber’s operation in California has decreased the number of DUI related deaths in California. Business professors, Brad Greenwood and Sunil Wattal analyzed data collected between 2009 and 2014 and found that … Continue reading

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MADD Chapter President Resigns After DUI Charges


Even those who fight for tougher laws against drunk driving sometimes make the mistake of driving drunk, themselves. The president of the Prince Edward Island chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), has resigned after being charged with driving under … Continue reading

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Avoid a California DUI by Sticking to Beer?


 Let’s face it, it’s not uncommon to have a drink or two with the intention on driving. I’m not talking about bar-hopping around town. I’m talking about having a beer or glass of wine with dinner, or a martini while … Continue reading

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