Category Archives: Field Evidence

Does Implied Consent have No Boundaries?


The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable … 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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Pickup Truck Injures 10 in Fullerton’s SOCO


Early February 10th, a driver plowed into a crowd on a sidewalk in South of Commonwealth of Fullerton, or as locals call it SOCO. A Toyota Tacoma had reportedly jumped the curb, struck people, and proceeded to crash into a … Continue reading

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First Scooter DUI case for Tempe, Arizona


Arizona is typically recognized as having strict DUI laws and, like California and other states, its law goes beyond driving a car intoxicated. Driving while under the influence is unlawful. Arizona’s statutes are quite detailed about this topic. Title 28 … Continue reading

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Planning Commissioner Arrested for DUI


A grey Tesla Model S was found driving Highway 101 early Friday morning around 3:40am. The car was going about 70 miles per hour when noticed by CHP officers. The officers noticed that the driver seemed to be slumped over … Continue reading

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