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Repeat DUI Offender Faces Vehicular Manslaughter Charges


A Cotati man is suspected of driving intoxicated and fatally striking a 53-year-old pedestrian this past Tuesday in Petaluma, CA. According to authorities, the driver (identified as 41-year-old James Watkins) was traveling southbound on McDowell Boulevard in a 2011 Toyota Prius … Continue reading

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Will Early DUI Releases Put Innocent Lives at Risk?


In light of ongoing precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation have begun the process of releasing thousands of inmates back into California communities. While early DUI releases are necessary in … Continue reading

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The Dangers and Consequences of Getting Repeat DUIs


It is important that people understand the dangers of repeat DUIs. In California particularly, legislators have made an effort to curb repeat offenses by discussing ways to prevent them and drafting policy restrictions. One representative said, “If someone gets a … Continue reading

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Two Pedestrians Struck by Repeat DUI Driver


Last week Tuesday, two men walking near Del Amo and Long Beach Blvd were struck by a minivan at around 12:40 pm. The driver was identified as Charlette Anne Colton, a 50-year-old woman from Lakewood. Records indicate that Colton had … Continue reading

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