Category Archives: Field Evidence

Criminal DUI Case Against Teen Driver Dropped Following New Evidence


Eighteen-year-old Jaques Clarke pleaded not guilty to DUI and vehicular manslaughter charges in a crash that killed a woman in December 2019. Now, almost a year later, the charges have actually been dropped. According to the Monterey County District Attorney’s … Continue reading

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Will DADSS Technology Help or Hinder Our Drive Home?


On DUI Central, we often discuss and reiterate the issues we have with the technology used to determine blood alcohol concentration levels. The most reliable method that is currently in use is the standard blood test. Since its creation, scientists … Continue reading

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New Funding for A Marijuana Breathalyzer


A few years back, we talked about our hesitation on the introduction of a marijuana breathalyzer in California. This was about three years ago, and since then, more researchers have continued exploration into the product. With recreational marijuana use being … Continue reading

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A Movement to Decriminalize “Shrooms”


Recently, Denver became the first city in the U.S. to decriminalize psilocybin, or what is commonly known as “magic”. Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance that often causes the user to experience euphoria, a distorted sense of time, and changes in … Continue reading

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California Man Sentenced to 135 years to Life in Jail


On November 25, 2017, Fred Lowe was driving on Interstate highway 80 in San Pablo when he suddenly sideswiped another car. The Nissan Rouge he sideswiped ran over the center divide into westbound traffic, colliding with passing vehicles. This led … Continue reading

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