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May 2014 Archives

California driver arrested on DUI suspicion may face DUI charge

California motorists are likely aware of the increased dangers on the roads during holiday weekends. One accident that occurred over Memorial Day weekend was allegedly caused by a suspected drunk driver who was involved in an accident at a local intersection in Napa Valley. He was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and could face a formal DUI charge.

California man faces DUI charge after arrest on one-way street

Facing drunk driving charges is California can have far-reaching effects on the lives of alleged drunk drivers. They may find that the public has no sympathy and regard such a person as guilty without granting the opportunity to defend themselves in a court of law. However, accused drivers may want to do everything in their power to avoid being convicted of a DUI charge, as the consequences could be detrimental.

California pastor faces DUI charge after motorcycle crash

Facing charges of driving under the influence of alcohol can have devastating effects on an individual's life. This is likely to be especially true if the person charged with such an offense is a pastor in a Christian ministry. However, facing a DUI charge does not mean the accused driver is guilty. California individuals will have the right to have their interests protected in a court of law.

DUI charge follows California driver crashing into guardrail

When a California driver is arrested for suspected drunk driving, it is a far cry from a conviction. However, the public sometimes assumes that driver's guilt long before the person has had the opportunity to defend himself or herself in a court of law. If found guilty on a DUI charge, though, the effect on one's personal life could be devastating.

Facing a DUI charge in California? Help is available

California drivers who recognize the dangers posed by driving under the influence of alcohol may find traffic stops an irritating waste of time. However, these operations are a proactive effort of the traffic units of police departments to reduce the occurrence of DUI accidents and the resulting injuries and deaths. Many drivers find themselves facing a DUI charge after being pulled over at a traffic stop.