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Does PC 1001.95 Apply to Misdemeanor DUIs?


Prosecutors say no but the plain language of the new misdemeanor judicial diversion statute PC 1001.95 clearly states that it applies to all misdemeanors except those specifically excluded. DUI offenses are not specifically excluded in the language of the statute. The … Continue reading

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Five-Year-Old Dies Tragically in DUI Accident Caused by her Father


On Sunday afternoon, five-year-old Alexa Avalos lost her life and another young boy suffered serious injuries in a single-car crash in Colton, California. Their father, Ernesto Avalos, 28, was suspected of driving while intoxicated when he crashed into a light … Continue reading

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Is it Possible to Get a DUI While Parked?


Many people do not realize that you can get charged with a DUI while your vehicle is parked. Although it is not very common, the possibility still does exist. A parked DUI looks slightly different from a standard DUI because … Continue reading

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Implied Consent Laws in California


In the state of California, it is implied that the license holder has given their consent to a breath test to measure their blood alcohol content upon being arrested for a DUI. It is important to understand that implied consent … Continue reading

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Drunk Driver Released Only 23 Days After Serving DUI Sentence


In March of 2019, a mother tragically lost her son after he was struck by a drunk driver while crossing the street. Her son, Kyle McNeley, had been crossing in a wheelchair across an intersection in Long Beach when Jesus … Continue reading

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