Monthly Archives: February 2018

Bam Margera Pleads Not Guilty to DUI


On Wednesday, Jackass and Viva La Bam star Brandon Cole (Bam) Margera entered a not guilty plea to his DUI charges from last month. Margera was charged with his first DUI on January 7th. He is facing one count of … Continue reading

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Will Your DUI Case be Dismissed?


Whether it’s with my own clients or answering questions on DUI law forums, people always ask whether it’s possible that their case will be dismissed. In short, yes, a person can get a case dismissed. Is it likely? Unfortunately, not. … Continue reading

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Kansas Considers DUI Legislation Overhaul


This week, Kansas senators began overhauling existing drunk driving legislation. The goals: write new laws that are more stringent on offenders and replace a defunct law after a 2016 U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding the constitutionality of state-compelled blood tests. … Continue reading

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Tennessee DUI Fees Ruled Unconstitutional


A landmark decision came from the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals on Tuesday with the opinion that Tennessee’s DUI conviction fee system is unconstitutional. The fee system awards $250 to the Bureau of Investigation for every successful DUI conviction. The … Continue reading

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Long Beach Bartender Killed in DUI Crash


Over the weekend, a 49-year-old Long Beach woman was killed in a crash with a suspected drunk driver. Bridget Ingham, a long-time yoga teacher and Seal Beach bartender, lived on Fourth Street in Long Beach. “Probably one of the most … Continue reading

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