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21-Year-Old Man Faces 12 Years in Prison for Fatal DUI Crash


Last November, a drunk driver identified as Pablo Roman Trujillo Carrasco was charged after killing two teenage brothers in a car accident in California. According to investigative reports, the DUI incident occurred early in the morning on November 17, 2019. … 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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Will California See Harsher Punishments For DUI Homicides?


Law enforcement and government agencies believe that it is important to educate the public about DUIs. By explaining the dangers of impaired driving, it will help make people think twice about getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol or using … Continue reading

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DUI Among California Law Enforcement, Problem or Just Being Human?


Sometimes, it can be easy to forget that law enforcement officers are humans too. We shouldn’t forget that when things that can be categorized as human error come up in court. Granted, officers are in a position of authority that … 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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