Tag Archives: Field Sobriety Test

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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Off-Duty LAPD Officer Arrested for DUI in Glendale


On Thursday, an off-duty Los Angeles Police Officer was arrested on suspicion of DUI after a traffic collision in Glendale. Ramon Muniz, 44, was driving when he hit another vehicle at the intersection of Sinclair Avenue and Chevy Chase Drive. … Continue reading

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CHP Doesn’t “Horse Around” with DUI


Early Saturday, a man riding a horse on the eastbound 91 Freeway in Long Beach was arrested on a DUI charge. The 29-year-old Placentia man was apparently celebrating his birthday on Friday night. He had a BAC of 0.21%, more … Continue reading

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Juggling as a Field Sobriety Test


A college student who was stopped on suspicion of driving under the influence proved that he was sober by juggling. Ok, so the title is a little misleading. To be clear from the outset, the officer did not require Blayk … Continue reading

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