Monthly Archives: January 2019

Probation Sentence Sparks Outrage with MADD


The Idaho branch of the non-profit organization MADD, or Mothers Against Drunk Driving, were outraged by the sentence given to Adam Paulsen on January 14. On Monday, the Fourth District Judge Deborah Bail granted Paulsen probation with a suspended 15-year … Continue reading

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Rider Charged With DUI While Driving Scooter


In Indianapolis, a 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of operating a motorized scooter while intoxicated. This makes him the first person in the city to be charged with a DWI for scooters. The event took place in downtown Indianapolis … Continue reading

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Five Citations for a Single Driver in Fatal Crash


It is bad enough to get behind the wheel after a few drinks, and consequently to be involved in a car accident. Worse still, to have caused injury and even death upon another in that accident. But what might possibly … Continue reading

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Alcohol Suspected in Car Crash with Amtrak Train


Over 100 passengers were delayed on Thursday, January 3, when a car crashed into an Amtrak train in Shiawassee County, Michigan. Reports of a car colliding with a train came in around 9:20 p.m. that day. The Michigan State Police … Continue reading

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Statewide DUI Arrest Increase During Holiday Weekends


The California Highway Patrol has released their DUI arrest and fatality statistics for the holiday season that recently passed. However, it is honestly difficult to determine if the constant DUI checkpoints and rideshare options that are now readily available are … Continue reading

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