Category Archives: Court Proceedings

“DUI Fugitives” Found and Arrested


In Visalia, California, law enforcement is committed to tracking down DUI “fugitives.” Visalia police officers have stepped up efforts to find accused DUI offenders who have not shown up to court or attended mandatory alcohol recovery programs. According to officials, … Continue reading

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DUI Offender Given Unusual Jail Sentence as Reminder of Victim


In 2015, Travis Elwell, 23, of Mesquite, Texas was driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding when his BMW collided with 34 year old Emily Javadi’s Lexus. Javadi was loading items into her vehicle when the collision occurred. The … Continue reading

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Guilty Or Not Guilty In The Court Of Law


In 2014, Olivia Carolee Culbreath was a party of a deadly wrong way car crash which left 6 people dead. During her court hearing in January 2015, she pleaded not guilty to six counts of murder. She is back in … Continue reading

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Introducing Senate Bill 1046


California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1046, which enforces ignition interlock devices. Starting January 1, 2019, ignition interlocks will be required for DUI offenders. We have been hearing about this program, pushed by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, for several … Continue reading

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How Long Does a DUI Stay on your Record?


One of the most common misconceptions about a California DUI conviction is that it magically disappears from a person’s criminal record after a certain amount of time. Unfortunately that is not the case. A California DUI conviction stays on a … Continue reading

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