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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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LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested for Off-Duty DUI


In Palmdale, California this past weekend, a 24-year-old Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was arrested on suspicion of DUI. The deputy hit his pickup truck into five parked cars at approximately 2:45 am on Sunday. According to CHP, Nicholas Smith … Continue reading

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LAPD Officer Charged with 3 Counts of Murder


A Los Angeles police officer was charged on April 20 with 3 counts of murder, driving under the influence of alcohol, and other charges related to a fiery accident on the 605 Freeway that occurred September 2017 near Whittier. The … Continue reading

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Loyal Friend Returns to Scene of DUI


A DUI in Williamson, Kentucky made the news when a passenger released from an impaired driving traffic stop returned to the scene so that her friend, the driver, would not go to jail alone. According to Williamson police, Ariyonna Friend, … Continue reading

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DUID Suspect Leads Police on a 100 mph Chase


Early Monday, Santa Rosa police arrested a Windsor man suspected of driving under the influence of drugs and taking officers on a 100 mile per hour chase into Santa Rosa. According to Santa Rosa Police Sergeant Chris Mahurin, at approximately … Continue reading

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