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Recent Posts in DUI Category

  • How Accurate are Field Sobriety Tests?

    || 5-Jan-2018

    If you are stopped by a law enforcement officer who suspects you may be intoxicated while driving, he or she will likely ask you to perform a seemingly simple task, such as standing on one foot or following the officer’s finger without moving your head. These tasks have a purpose: They’re designed to show signs of intoxication that can help establish probable cause and justify the ...
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  • What to Expect After Prop. 64 and California's Legalization of Marijuana

    || 22-Dec-2016

    In November, state voters approved Prop. 64 – the Adult Use of Marijuana Act – by a margin of 57 percent to 43 percent. Now, adults in California age 21 or older can legally use, possess, and cultivate marijuana without the threat of criminal consequences under state law (although not under federal law). While Prop. 64 will bring changes to the way cannabis is regulated, distributed, ...
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  • How Do I Get My Driver's License Back?

    || 14-Jun-2016

    One of the most detrimental consequences of an arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) is the resulting driver’s license suspension. A license suspension can have an adverse impact on many different areas in your life, harming your ability to hold down a job, attend medical appointments, or even run routine errands on a daily basis. Fortunately, there are certain ways that you may be ...
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  • Heavy drinking is, for many, a normal part of college life. This can result in criminal charges if drinking and driving is involved. With summer vacation officially over, students around the country are returning to school, including college students in California. This is a life-changing time for people attending universities, especially students who are new to college life. One of the perks of ...
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