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What are DUI Pre-Trial Motions?


Pre-trial motions typically refer to written documents that are filed by a party requesting that the court take a certain action. For example, a defense attorney may file a pre-trial motion to exclude evidence that has been obtained inappropriately. These … Continue reading

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Possible Evidence of Racial Discrimination Prompts Court to Reconsider DUI Convictions


Dontrell Collins, a Black man, was sentenced to over three decades to life in prison for a fatal DUI-related crash that claimed the life of two women. On August 29, 2014, Collins drove a green Ford Crown Victoria at over … Continue reading

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Repeat DUI Offender Sentenced to Life for Deadly DUI Crash


Twenty-eight-year-old Jesus Suazo’s history of drunk driving has caught up with him for good and led him to a life sentence in jail. He was sentenced to 19-years-to-life in prison for killing a woman in a tragic DUI accident in … Continue reading

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Co-Founder of Grossman Burn Foundation Charged in Fatal DUI Crash


Los Angeles socialite Rebecca Grossman, co-founder of Grossman Burn Foundation and former publisher of Westlake Magazine, was arrested on Tuesday, October 1st for her involvement in a DUI crash that cost two young boys their lives in Westlake Village. According … Continue reading

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Armed Suspected DUI Driver Arrested for Crashing into Caltrans Truck


On Wednesday night, California Highway Patrol arrested a DUI suspect that crashed into a Caltrans vehicle at a road closure. According to authorities, Highway 16 closed to contain spot fires caused by a horrendous wildfire in Amador County. CHP’s Amador … Continue reading

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