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Sober Driver Hit by Cop is Arrested for DUI


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: More often than not, cops decide to arrest on suspicion of DUI even before they have the probable cause to believe that the person is driving drunk. And that’s exactly what happened to Wisconsin resident, Tanya Weyker. Continue reading

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Faulty OC Blood-Alcohol Tests Affect California DUIs


The Orange County Crime Lab has reported that, between May and October of this year, its testing of blood-alcohol in DUI cases has produced flawed results. Calibration errors in testing equipment produced blood-alcohol testing results approximately 0.01 percent higher than the actual blood-alcohol content. Continue reading

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When Doesn’t A DUI Suspect Display the Objective Symptoms?


It is extremely rare for a DUI attorney to come across a DUI police report where the officer doesn’t “observe” the “objective symptoms” of intoxication. It’s not surprising. Without them, what other reason does the officer have to further investigate … Continue reading

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Man Arrested and Charged for DUI After Blowing 0.00


Jessie Thornton, a 64-year old man from the retirement community of Surprise, Arizona, adjusted his sleep schedule to match his wife’s schedule. His wife is an ER nurse who works nights. Thornton runs his errands, does his chores, and goes to the gym at night while his wife works so that they can both sleep during the day. Continue reading

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