Monthly Archives: June 2016

NBA Coach cleared of DUI charges


Mike Budenholzer, head coach of the Atlanta Hawks, has been fighting for the past 34-months to prove his innocence in a suspected DUI charge. After a four-day trial and 20-minute verdict, the jury has decided to clear Budenholzer of his … Continue reading

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Prevent a 4th of July DUI


The 4th of July, or Independence Day, marks the day that the original thirteen American colonies declared their independence from the British Empire. On July 4th, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence and, in doing so, declared … Continue reading

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Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes into Anti-Drunk Driving Message


Every once in a while I’ll see a smashed up vehicle on the side of the road. It’s not until I drive a little closer that I realize the vehicle has an anti-drunk driving message painted on it and I … Continue reading

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DUI for “Sleeping it off” in the Car


Many people are under the mistaken belief that a person can be arrested, charged, and convicted of a California DUI for sleeping in a vehicle while drunk without actually haven driven the vehicle. While this is the case in other, … Continue reading

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Ford Driving Skills Effectiveness


 The number one cause of death among teenagers is car accidents. Of those car accidents, drunk driving is the most common cause. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, more than one third of all US automotive fatalities involve … Continue reading

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