Monthly Archives: January 2016

Newport Man Sentenced to 15 to Life for DUI Murder

Neil Storm Stephany, 24, of Huntington Beach was sentenced earlier this month to 15 years to life in prison for a second degree murder conviction stemming from an October 26, 2015 hit-and-run collision with killed a bicyclist. It was later … Continue reading

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Will Cooperation Get You Out of a DUI?

Some people think that if they cooperate with an officer who is investigating them for drunk driving, the officer will let them go, or, at least go easier on them. I can tell you that this is 100 percent false. … Continue reading

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DUI for California Bus Driver

As you wave goodbye to your child for the day and they run up to their bus, not many parents wonder if the driver has had a few too many. Most parents would assume that the driver would “know better,” … Continue reading

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Christmas DUI Arrests Up in California

According to the California Highway Patrol, drunk driving arrests over the Christmas holiday season are up from 2014. During the 12-hour heightened law enforcement period of 6 p.m. Christmas Eve to 6 a.m. of Christmas Day 156 people were arrested … Continue reading

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The DUI Stigma

Besides possible jail time, fines, fees, and alcohol programs, there is a stigma that comes with receiving a DUI. Alice was in her 20s when she received her first and only DUI charge. After receiving this charge, she was never … Continue reading

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