Tag Archives: California Highway Patrol

DUI Driver Released after Crashing in Front of Sacramento CHP Building


The holidays are a dangerous time to be on the road. While Memorial Day is an enjoyable major holiday, statistics prove it to be one of the deadliest because people are driving while intoxicated at an alarmingly high rate. Therefore, we … Continue reading

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Seven-Year-Old Tragically Dies in Fatal Highway 160 Crash


Driving under the influence is reckless. Not only does it put the DUI driver in danger, but also the people around him. That was the case last week Tuesday April 14th when a woman crashed on Highway 160 in Sacramento, … Continue reading

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New CHP Campaign to Fight Impaired Driving


Throughout the year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration focuses much of their attention on the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. However, their efforts do not end there. They also provide various grants to agencies that offer their … Continue reading

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Amended Last Call Up for Approval


A few months ago, we mentioned Senate Bill 58, a bill that hoped to extend California’s last call to 4 a.m. After previous attempts have been thwarted, it comes as no surprise that the bill in its original state was … 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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