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New legislation could make DUI defense more difficult

Its common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous and reckless things that a person can do. Unfortunately, intoxicated driving has been a very troubling and ongoing problem in California and across the United States. Those who are arrested and charged with DUI can face very steep penalties as well as many sleepless nights of anxiety and worry. DUI defense in California could be a bit tougher in the coming years due to a proposed bill that would lower the blood-alcohol content limit for motorists.

DUI defense: Medication use can also constitute DUI

Getting handcuffed and thrown into the back of a police car can be an absolutely humiliating thing to experience. For those who are charged with DUI, the consequences are undeniably serious. Police forces in California and across the nation are stepping up efforts and doing a great job of cracking down on intoxicated driving. However, when it comes to DUI defense, not many people are aware a DUI charge is possible without consuming alcohol.

DUI Defense: Neighboring state enacts strictest DUI law

Driving while under the influence of alcohol has become a very real and dangerous problem in the United States. In California, officials and police departments across the state are making efforts to reduce drunk driving such as increasing patrols, setting up checkpoints and increasing public awareness campaigns. Enacting stricter laws could make DUI defense more difficult. There is also a possibility that California may one day follow the lead of a neighboring state and eventually lower the allowable blood alcohol content level.

DUI Defense: Crash results in a DUI charge

Roadways across the state of California are over-crowded and constantly congested these days. Increasing traffic volumes make accidents almost inevitable. No person wants to be involved in an accident, but being charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after an automobile accident can be crushing. A Los Angeles woman is seeking DUI Defense after being charged following a recent accident.

DUI Defense: Two arrested at recent checkpoint

Being arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol can ruin reputations and bring about many nights of sleepless of worry. It can also mean months of jail time and steep fines for those who are convicted in the state of California. Arrests have risen in recent years, as police forces across the state have ramped up efforts to combat the ever present problem of drunk driving. Two people must now focus on a DUI defense after being arrested at a recent DUI checkpoint in Temecula.

DUI Defense: Glendale police receive grant to help enforcement

It's common knowledge that getting behind the wheel while intoxicated is never a good idea and possibly one of the most dangerous things a person can do. In the state of California, those suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol can face serious charges and potential jail time. In recent years, police forces across the state have stepped up efforts to crack down on drunk driving, which can make DUI defense extremely difficult. However, those who have been charged have options at their disposal.

DUI defense limited after pair attempt to switch seats

It can often be difficult to defend against a DUI, especially if police officers test blood alcohol content. Recently, a California man tried to help his DUI defense by allegedly switching seats with his passenger who the pair believed was less intoxicated. However, officers noted that both individuals were under the influence and arrested the pair.

DUI defense and arrest data challenges Sonoma County assumptions

When people operate a motor vehicle after having too much to drink, they can often face serious consequences. In parts of California known for a drinking culture, such as Sonoma County with its 425-plus wineries, many blame establishments that serve alcohol. It is a common conception that that the majority of drunk driving charges is related to tourists having one too many samples, but arrest data from the area tells a different story about the typical DUI defense in the area.

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