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March 2014 Archives

Nonprofit board member facing a DWI charge in California

Having felony charges of any kind on one's record could have a devastating effect on that individual's career and personal life. The public often finds a person facing a DWI charge guilty long before that person has had the opportunity to defend himself or herself in a court of law. A California man who is serving on the board of a nonprofit organization that negotiates with landlords in support of homeless people was arrested recently for alleged DWI, along with hit and run.

Teenager defending a DWI charge will spend time in youth facility

California teens may experiment by using drugs and drinking alcohol. They may have seen their adult role models doing so, or they could have succumbed to peer pressure. News channels regularly report cases of an adolescent and young adult defending a DWI charge.

DWI charge for California woman still on previous DWI probation

Being convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol could have a devastating effect on the rest of one's life. In California, one's driving privileges may be taken away and spending time behind bars is a possibility. If one is fortunate enough to receive probation after a DWI charge, one may have to attach a device to detect the presence of alcohol to the vehicle's ignition.

California man jailed for 6 years after his 8th DWI charge

Irrespective of the attempts of authorities to reduce driving while intoxicated (DWI) incidents in California, drunk driving accidents are reported daily. Some of these incidents result in serious automobile accidents where lives are lost. Life-altering injuries are frequently caused by people driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In the case described here, a man faced a DWI charge for the eighth time.