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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-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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DUI Driver Hits a Cop Cruiser

Today, May 17, a woman in Telford, Tennessee was arrested for hitting a Greene County deputy’s cruiser. The woman, Angela Gillis, age 45, was driving a 2015 Dodge Minivan when she hit the cruiser at about 2:00am on US Highway … Continue reading

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Holiday Crackdown

As we roll into another holiday season, I want to remind everyone out there that Santa’s not the only one that’s active this time of year.  Here’s a snippet from an article from last year outlining the increased law enforcement … Continue reading

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When do the police have to tell you your Miranda rights?

People often mistakenly believe when a police officer questions you, he must first give you your Miranda rights.  If the above statement is what you believed, you can blame TV.   TV shows often teach bad law.

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