Category Archives: California State Law

Man Convicted of DUI on a Lawn Mower


A Michigan man was convicted this week after he was caught driving his law mower with a blood alcohol content of more than three times the legal limit. 32-year-old Steven Bakeman, of Cassopolis, Michigan, was driving his lawn mower down … Continue reading

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CHP Doesn’t “Horse Around” with DUI


Early Saturday, a man riding a horse on the eastbound 91 Freeway in Long Beach was arrested on a DUI charge. The 29-year-old Placentia man was apparently celebrating his birthday on Friday night. He had a BAC of 0.21%, more … Continue reading

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The Controversial California PSA on DUI Drugs


Beginning January 1, 2018, marijuana was legalized in the state of California. Although it has only been a little more than a week, the Office of Traffic and Safety is facing a big challenge already. The office’s first PSA ad … Continue reading

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Study Compares the Strictest States on DUI


A study released by WalletHub comparing the strictest states on DUI finds that California is right in the middle. The study compared drunk driving penalties across the US, including minimum jail time provisions for first and following convictions, license suspensions, … Continue reading

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Riding a Horse Under the Influence?


Last week, at 3 p.m. on November 2nd, a woman was reported riding a horse down a busy highway 35 miles east of Tampa, Florida. Donna Byrne, 53, appeared confused and possibly in danger, smelling of alcohol. Once she dismounted, … Continue reading

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