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Blog Posts in November, 2013

  • Mayor Shows Exactly Not What Not to Do after a DUI Arrest

    Being arrested for DWI can be a frightening experience. However, when you are arrested, there is much that you can do that can actually worsen your situation. The mayor of a small New York town recently showed how this is done. Police officers in Monticello in New York recently arrested the town’s mayor on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. The mayor’s behavior after the arrest was ...
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  • Orange County Crime Lab Finds More DUI Testing Errors

    Hundreds of cases of DUI in Southern California are believed to be affected, after a new discovery that there were more blood alcohol testing errors made by the Orange County Crime Lab. The discovery of these new errors comes just a few weeks after the Orange County Crime Lab admitted that there had been incorrect blood-alcohol test results in more than 2000 drunk driving cases. Inaccurate test ...
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  • "No Hangover" Alcohol Pill Raises Questions about DUI

    Scientists have announced that they are working on the development of an “alcohol pill” that would give users the buzz of relaxation that alcohol offers, without the hangover involved the next day. The announcement was made by researchers at the Imperial College of London, who says that an alcohol substitute soon be a reality. Any such ingredient like this would actually give you the intoxicating ...
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  • Ex-Murrieta Mayor Reelected after DUI Arrest

    The former mayor of the city of Murrieta, who was forced to resign recently after being arrested for DUI, has been reelected to the City Council once again. Last month, Mayor Alan Long was arrested after being involved in an accident that resulted in injuries. Formal charges were filed against him last week, and he now faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol causing bodily injury. ...
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  • YouTube DUI Confession Leads To 6 ½ Year Prison Sentence

    The jury is out as to whether his DUI confession posted on YouTube was responsible for Matthew Cordle’s lower DUI sentence. However, Los Angeles DUI lawyers would unanimously agree that it is extremely risky and ill - thought out to post a confession on YouTube confessing to a felony DUI. For those who are unfamiliar with the story, Matthew Cordle, a 22-year-old Ohio resident, recently posted a ...
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