Category Archives: Court Proceedings

When the Law Doesn’t Feel Like Enough


Losing a loved one is an experience that no one wants to go through, and it’s even worse when the tragedy could have been prevented. That’s the reality that the Rodriguez family had to face when they were given the … Continue reading

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Last Call in California to be Extended?


An issue that has been debated and dismissed numerous times in court is the extension of last call in California. The issue made its journey back to court this year and state policymakers are pushing for a 4 a.m. call. … Continue reading

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Outreach about Expungement and Record Sealing


The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office hosted a workshop about expungement and record sealing at the Gandara Center in Holyoke, Massachusetts. According to its website, the center helps promote “the well-being of Hispanics, African Americans, and other culturally diverse populations … Continue reading

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Maine Supreme Court Dismisses Auto-Brewery Syndrome Testimony


You may have heard stories and advice about how you should always try to go for a blood test rather than a breathalyzer when being tested for a DUI. These stories have some truth to them. The yeast from alcohol … Continue reading

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Californian Lawmakers to Lower the Blood Alcohol Limit to .05?


“Our fight is not with the alcohol industry; it is just about not getting behind the wheel when you’ve been drinking.” Back in 1990, the legal blood alcohol limit in California was lowered from .10 to .08. It was lowered … Continue reading

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