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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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Off-Camera Field Sobriety Test is Unlawful


In Pinellas County California, police officers keep onboard cameras on during DUI stops. The officers, however, apparently record only what they want to record. Continue reading

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Two DUIs in Two Hours


How is two DUIs in two hours possible if, after the first arrest, you remain in custody until you sober up? Apparently the Maryland State Police do not ensure the sobriety of arrested drunk drivers before they release them. Continue reading

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Man dressed as a “Breathalyzer Device” gets arrested for DUI


Local Police report the arrest of a nineteen-year-old male early in the morning immediately following Halloween.  The teenager was stopped for driving his Ford F-150 erratically and was soon arrested for suspicion of drunk driving in Los Angeles. The kicker … Continue reading

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