San Diego DUI Arrests up Memorial Day Weekend

No one has died in San Diego as a result of a Memorial Day Weekend DUI this year, lawyers fortunately relate. seventy-nine people were arrested for DUI by San Diego’s California Highway Patrol from Friday May 22nd at 6 P.M. through Monday May 25th, San Diego DUI attorneys remind. San Diego County DUI Law Center’s posted DUI Checkpoint locations in San Diego have helped avoid many more from being arrested for drunk driving over this holiday weekend. The San Diego DUI Attorney

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Proposed Driving-Drugs Law for consent requirement that a California driver gives consent to new saliva swab testing for drugs

With all the drugs used in our society, California DUI cops wish they could to use reliable gadgets which identify California drivers having drugs in their systems and potentially under the influence of meth, marijuana, cocaine and other drugs, California DUI lawyers are told. A major problem is reliability. California DUI cops use hand-held breath test gadgets used for Preliminary Alcohol Screening (PAS) Tests. Some work sometimes; others test positive for white bread alone, California DUI attorneys know. Others are

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California DUI attorneys explain new adverse Coffey DMV ruling

The California Supreme Court today ruled that circumstantial evidence such as an officer’s observations can be used to show a motorist had a blood-alcohol level above the .08% legal limit, California DUI lawyers learned today. The case began with Ashley Jourdan Coffey suing the state Department of Motor Vehicles ( DMV ) which suspended her driving privileges after her California DUI was dropped and she pleaded guilty to a “wet reckless” charge. Coffey was arrested Nov. 13, 2011, about 1:30 a.m.,

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