San Diego Superior Court California DUI FAQ after Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandamnit reopening

San Diego Superior Court California DUI FAQ after Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandamnit reopening

Press Release News for anyone dealing with DUI requirements in San Diego California Court system during the 2020 Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandamnit: Because San Diego Superior Court was closed for so long, there are over 87,000 hearings and appearances – plus compliance deadlines – that need to be rescheduled or extended. / “In the interest of the health and safety of all Court visitors and employees, re-scheduled hearings will be handled remotely wherever possible. / The process will vary for each

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California DMV Updates after Coronavirus COVID-19

California DMV Updates after Coronavirus COVID-19

California DMV Updates after Coronavirus COVID-19 Many good things have come out of this Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic crisis, including fresh (unpolluted) air, beautiful cloud formations, endless kind acts, unemployed Thailand elephants returning home after 20 years, and spending quality time with the ones you love. Californians need to visit DMV for their driver’s license and registration.  This article discusses new online services (who wants to go to the DMV anyway!) and new, safer visits upon reopening of field offices.   Unless

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Nuro’s Deployment of Fully Autonomous Vehicles in California Could Have Serious Implications in the Future DUI Industry

Nuro’s Deployment of Fully Autonomous Vehicles in California Could Have Serious Implications in the Future DUI Industry

Nuro’s Deployment of Fully Autonomous Vehicles in California Could Have Serious Implications in the Future DUI Industry With the majority of the world on pause and staying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, citizens have had to rely more heavily on delivery services to get their meals and groceries. The state of California has recently granted a permit to Nuro, an autonomous grocery delivery startup, to deploy its autonomous delivery vehicles onto the roads of Silicon Valley. What’s the

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2020 New Year’s Eve Celebration – free rides to avoid San Diego DUI

Hard to believe something like New Year’s Eve 2019 transportation is free?  Yes, it is.  It’s a 2020 New Year’s Eve Celebration guaranteed to avoid San Diego DUI, free of advertisements like Google ads. San Diego DUI attorneys offer valuable tips on avoiding a California DUI: Do not drink and drive in San Diego county, California. While it is lawful to drink and drive as long as you are not over the California DUI legal limit and not legally impaired,

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Is it worth getting a DUI lawyer?

Is it worth getting a DUI lawyer? Deciding if you should hire a DUI attorney is not an easy question to answer. Paying a DUI lawyer will likely cost between apx. $1,500 and $5,000, with a certified California DUI Lawyer Association Specialist starting at $2,500 – $4,500. You want the best possible outcome when all is said and done.  Once you understand a DUI attorney is worth paying so you can best protect your liberty, driving privileges and larger economic

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Rick Mueller Voted One of 10 Best Attorneys in California

Rick Mueller Voted One of 10 Best Attorneys in California The American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys (AIDUIA) is an impartial third-party Attorney rating and invitation only legal organization recognizing excellence of practitioners in the field. Rick Mueller has made the exclusive list  of the “10 Best Attorneys” in California for Client Satisfaction in the practice area of DUI/DWI Defense. This is a significant achievement as each Attorney must: Be formally nominated by the institute, clients, and/or a fellow attorney Have

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2018 San Diego California DUI Holiday Deaths & Arrests

Deadly San Diego County sadly had 3 fatal folks in DUI – related crashes over Christmas 2018 from December 21 through Christmas Day. That’s the same as 2017 here. Throughout California for the same period, there were 47 DUI-related deaths, almost double the 27 in 2017. In San Diego County, there were 57 DUI arrests for Christmas Holiday 2018, about the same as last year. In California, 1100 DUI arrests happened in this period, more than the 917 in 2017.

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Sexual Predator & San Diego Deputy Richard Fischer Faces 5 New Charges

San Diego Deputy Richard Fischer- faces 5 additional charges mostly involving on-duty sexual misconduct & abuse of power under the color of authority San Diego Deputy Richard Fischer’s legal situation worsens. Fischer, already facing allegations from 13 women, who accuse Fischer of inappropriately touching, fondling, hugging and kissing them while on-the-job, was re-arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of 5 additional felony counts, including suspicion of sexual assault.  Facing numerous allegations, Fischer is accused of abusing his position of power to

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San Diego DUI charge can also lead to Murder charge if someone killed

In San Diego California, if you were convicted of DUI, Driving with .08% BAC or reckless driving, alcohol-related (“wet reckless), you get a new DUI and someone dies, you could be charged with murder: “Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both, impairs my ability to safely operate a motor vehicle, and it is extremely dangerous to human life to drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.  If I continue to drive while under

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Uber may not reduce San Diego DUI but is still good idea

Are drinkers rational enough to decide to call an Uber rather than risk driving? Probably not as much as they should be. Even a taxi is cheaper than a DUI. There remains the issue of how safe is it to get in an Uber vehicle? There’s a recent study by University of Southern California & Oxford University which doubts that ride-sharing has cut drunk driving rates down. Uber drivers have been known to camp outside bars while taxis are not

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