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Holiday Motor Home Outfitted for Mobile DUI Processing


 In Washington State, a mobile home has been adapted to process DUIs this holiday season. The Impaired Driving Section of the Washington State Patrol has commissioned this mobile home, known as a Mobile Impaired Driving Unit (MIDU), to hit the … Continue reading

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Alcohol Odor on the Breath


I don’t think I have ever seen a DUI police report where the arresting officer didn’t smell alcohol on the person’s breath. This was even true when the person was found to be under the legal limit. Nor do I think that I will ever see a DUI police report where the arresting officer doesn’t smell alcohol on the DUI suspect’s breath. Continue reading

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No Charges for San Diego Officers Who Delayed DUI Investigation of Fellow Officer


The San Diego District Attorney’s Office has decided against filing criminal charges against three San Diego police sergeants and one San Diego detective who delayed launching an official investigation into the DUI related accident of an off-duty colleague. 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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Partial Fact of Police Officer’s DUI Arrest Kept Secret?


How is it that anyone who gets arrested for DUI has all of the details (whether correct or not) of their police contact exposed to the public by the media, but the details of a police officer DUI has very … Continue reading

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