Tag Archives: California DUI

Teenage Driver from Compton Arrested for Fatal DUI Crash


About three weeks ago, a teenage driver from Compton made the poor decision to drive a car while heavily intoxicated, resulting in the death of his passenger.  On July 18th at approximately 2 a.m., Jorge Angel Perez, 19, was traveling … Continue reading

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Will Early DUI Releases Put Innocent Lives at Risk?


In light of ongoing precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation have begun the process of releasing thousands of inmates back into California communities. While early DUI releases are necessary in … Continue reading

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Necessary Things to Know About a First-Time DUI in California


A person who has been arrested for a first-time DUI in California must face two government agencies: the DMV and the criminal court. When arrested, the driver can be charged according to Vehicle Code 23152(a) and Vehicle Code 23152(b). The … Continue reading

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Knowing Your Rights at DUI Checkpoints in California


California is rich in ethnic diversity; however, police officers are frequently accused of racial discrimination when carrying out their public safety duties. Extensive evidence of such accusations underscores the disparities that are involved in racially motivated traffic stops. One of … Continue reading

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DUI Offender Pleads Not Guilty to DUI-Related Criminal Charges 


On May 6th, Javan Draper of Pomona was arrested for a fatal crash that occurred nearly three months prior. The accident led to the sudden death of one of his two young passengers, Anthony Tucker Jr.  Last Thursday, Draper pleaded … Continue reading

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