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Repeat DUI Offender Sentenced to Life for Deadly DUI Crash

Twenty-eight-year-old Jesus Suazo’s history of drunk driving has caught up with him for good and led him to a life sentence in jail. He was sentenced to 19-years-to-life in prison for killing a woman in a tragic DUI accident in … Continue reading

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Four of Five Passengers Fatally Die in Quadruple DUI Crash

On May 13th, 2020, four people were tragically killed in a suspected DUI crash in San Jose, California.  The driver (identified as Rabbi Kumar Khanna, 26) was traveling at a dangerously high speed of 100 miles per hour in a … Continue reading

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Blaine Sophomore Tragically Killed in Alleged DUI Collision

The Facts of the Matter At around 6:36 pm on March 20, 2020, Anthony “Tony” Janisch was tragically struck and killed by an intoxicated driver while riding his bicycle. According to the Anoka County Sheriff’s office, Janisch was accompanied by … Continue reading

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Ignition Interlock Device Law Expansion

In accordance to Senate Bill 1046, a pilot program that was initiated from July 1, 2010, to July 1, 2017, in the counties of Alameda, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Tulare that required, as a condition of being issued a restricted … Continue reading

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Don’t Drive Away from Court on a Suspended License

Several law enforcement agencies in northern California have been conducting what they call a “court sting operation”. They aren’t, however, looking for the type of criminal normally the target of sting operations. So who were they targeting? They were trying to catch people, who had their licenses had been suspended or revoked, drive away from court. Continue reading

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