Monthly Archives: April 2016

Study Ranks States in Terms of DUI


CarInsuranceComparison.com, a site that compares insurance companies, recently released a study that ranked the worst states for driving under the influence incidences. The study was based on statistics gathered from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Highway Traffic Safety … Continue reading

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Nun Convicted of DUI after Arguing that Ambien Caused her to Sleep Drive


Sister Kimberly Miller was convicted of driving under the influence after her lawyers unsuccessfully argued that she had been sleep driving as the result of taking Ambien. Miller was arrested for driving under the influence, reckless driving, and leaving the … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Expose Lenient DUI Cases


In this day and age, everything is on social media; the good, the bad, and the ugly. The amount of reach a post can receive is endless. This could benefit and also affect an individual’s reputation. New Mexico state officials … Continue reading

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$3 Million Bail Set in Fatal Marijuana DUI Collision


Hyun Choi, a San Diego State undergraduate appeared in court last week accused of crashing her car into a Porsche, killing the passenger. Choi is being held on $3 million bail. According to prosecutors, Choi is accused of smoking medical … Continue reading

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Deputy lies about more than 100 DUI cases


  Whether you are driving while intoxicated or not, if you are stopped by a cop under for suspicion of driving under the influence, you expect a fair chance at either taking the breath test, calling a witness to watch … Continue reading

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