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Gun Rights and DUI Collide


Recent years have seen an increased focus on gun rights in the news as gun violence appears to have increased in frequency. In light of this, California is considering a new bill – Senate Bill 55 – which would revoke … Continue reading

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New Funding for A Marijuana Breathalyzer


A few years back, we talked about our hesitation on the introduction of a marijuana breathalyzer in California. This was about three years ago, and since then, more researchers have continued exploration into the product. With recreational marijuana use being … Continue reading

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign in Newport Beach


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration kicked off their enforcement mobilization campaign last Friday and plan to continue through Labor Day Weekend. The national initiative, cleverly named “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”, has drawn attention and interest from law … Continue reading

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LAPD Officer Charged with 3 Counts of Murder


A Los Angeles police officer was charged on April 20 with 3 counts of murder, driving under the influence of alcohol, and other charges related to a fiery accident on the 605 Freeway that occurred September 2017 near Whittier. The … Continue reading

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Driving Mistakes Lead to California DUI


Much of the time, law enforcement officers have no reason to believe a person is driving drunk when officers observe the person driving. It’s not until the officer has the person stopped and pulled over for simple traffic violations that they can observe “objective symptoms” causing them to suspect that the driver may be driving under the influence. So what are some of the most common driving mistakes that drivers commit which allow officers to pull them over? Continue reading

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