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Blog Posts in February, 2014

  • Outcry against Federal Administration's DUI Data Collection Strategies

    For years now, the federal administration’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been collecting data on DUI from motorists randomly. Strategies typically involve pulling motorists over, and taking a breath test, or asking for a blood or saliva test. However, the outcry against such methods has begun to increase, and many advocates are calling for the elimination of such practices. ...
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  • Former California Prosecutor to Lose Law License after DUI Conviction

    A former California prosecutor, who during his term as a state prosecutor prosecuted around 20 DUI cases, could soon lose his law license after multiple DUI convictions . Former San Francisco Deputy Dist. Atty. Marc Guillory served as a prosecutor between 2006 and 2012 and was also a San Bernardino County prosecutor earlier. During those two positions, he was responsible for the prosecution of ...
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  • Colleges Can Help Reduce Underage DUI

    Underage DUI is a serious problem plaguing colleges and communities, and is also a primary cause for young teenagers getting their very first criminal record. Not only is underage drinking and driving a major safety risk, it is also a major health risk for college students, who typically record high rates of binge drinking, fatal intoxication and other problems. According to some estimates as many ...
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