Thursday, November 20, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014
Today's San Diego California DUI Driver's Lessons
2. If you drink Saturday night, stay at a friend's place and leave at the crack of dawn, do not speed. If you get stopped for speeding, see #1 above.
3. If you are DUI early Sunday morning - or any time - refrain from carrying explosives in your vehicle, suggest California DUI attorneys.
One fifty-two year gentleman did not follow these rules yesterday after getting stopped for speeding in his pickup truck on San Diego's 5 freeway in the Del Mar area just after 6:30 a.m. with a device in his trunk which DUI cops thought was explosive. Charged with possession of a dangerous device, the man may also have to pay for bomb squad personnel expenses if convicted of San Diego DUI, attorneys are told.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
San Diego announces California DUI Patrols for Halloween
On October 31st, deputies will be conducting additional San Diego California DUI patrols in communities within the jurisdiction of the Sheriff's Department, attorneys are told.
While children have a ghoulishly fun time trick or treating on Halloween, San Diego California DUI Sheriff's Deputies will be busy looking for San Diego California DUI drivers across San Diego County.
Deputies arrested six drivers for San Diego California DUI on Halloween last year. Five people were arrested for San Diego California DUI driving on Halloween 2012. So far this year, 1,311 people have been arrested for San Diego California DUI by the Sheriff's Department. In 2013, deputies arrested 1,888 people for driving drunk San Diego California, lawyers say.
The goal is to get San Diego California DUI drivers off our roads and prevent crashes that can cause serious injury or death.
Here are some sober rider options for Halloween:
• Be My Designated Driver
• Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)
• North County Transit District (NCTD)
The message is: San Diego California DUI, It's Just Not Worth It. Watch the San Diego Sheriff's Department California DUI public safety video on the high price of drinking and driving by clicking on the image on the right.
Funding for this San Diego California DUI program is from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Friday, October 24, 2014
New Way to Use Cell Phone to Get DUI Dismissed in California, attorneys relate
One such California Highway Patrol officer is accused of sending nude photos of a drunk driving suspect to his own cell phone. But that's not news because it's a "game" among the California Highway Patrol DUI cops, attorneys discover.
Criminal Prosecutors in Contra Costa County filed felony computer theft charges against California Highway Patrol DUI Officer Sean Harrington, who investigators said forwarded (stole) the photos during an Aug. 29 DUI traffic stop.
The 35-year-old Harrington and his partner stopped the woman, whose name was not released, on Interstate 680 in San Ramon for an unsafe lane change, reported the Contra Costa Times.
Officers said the woman failed field sobriety tests, and she was taken into custody after blowing .29%, nearly comatose.
The woman told investigators that Harrington asked for the password to her cell phone, which she provided.
Investigators said Harrington found photos of the woman in a bikini or partially nude and then forwarded six of them to his own cell phone about 2:08 a.m.
The woman’s iPhone was synced with her iPad using the iCloud service, investigators said, which revealed the photos had been sent to a number with an 707 area code at the time she was in police custody.
She researched the number and found it belonged to the officer who arrested her, prosecutors said.
Police executed a search warrant last week at Harrington’s home, where they said they found photographs, text messages, and instant messages from the woman’s phone on the officer’s electronic devices.
The woman’s drunken driving case was dismissed due to the investigation into the photo theft.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
MADD walks San Diego California October 18th
Monday, October 6, 2014
MADD Information for all California Counties
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
San Diego's illegal ZERO TOLERANCE DUI saturation patrols continue, week after week, attorneys find out
San Diego DUI Deputies from Sheriff's Department in partnership with Police Officers from National City Police Department, San Diego Police Department, San Diego Harbor Police Department, UC San Diego Police Department, and County Probation Department conducted DUI enforcement patrols.
The official stated San Diego DUI purpose of the DUI enforcement patrols was to locate and identify impaired drivers in order to lower deaths and injuries caused by drunk drivers. Patrols focused their efforts in and around the Del Mar Race Track and after the evening concert held at the race track.
The AVOID the 16 Task Force had seven teams of deputies and officers who conducted 75 traffic stops and evaluated 10 drivers for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Four drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and one driver was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs. Additionally, one minor was cited for possession of an alcoholic beverage, three drivers were cited for driving without a driver's license, six traffic citations were issued for miscellaneous vehicle code violations and four vehicles towed and stored.
The “Zero Tolerance” DUI saturation patrols targeted those who still don’t heed the message to designate a sober driver before their celebrations begins. Police, Sheriff and the CHP encourage all motorists to watch and report impaired drivers each and every trip around town or during summer vacations: Report Drunk Drivers – Call 9-1-1! anytime motorists encounter that dangerous driver.
Monday, September 1, 2014
55 California Highway Patrol arrests in San Diego County, attorneys say
Friday, August 29, 2014
Labor Day Weekend San Diego California DUI Checkpoint News Bulletin: Avoid Del Mar Racetrack Sunday Ziggy Marley Concert, attorneys warn
San Diego loves to try stop drivers on holiday weekends. Revenue demands motivate San Diego DUI cops to make lots of stops, even unlawfully at times when they go "ZERO TOLERANCE" on San Diego County citizens, California DUI lawyers know.
All weekend San Diego cops will try to arrest motorists so check here regularly for DUI checkpoint locations, attorneys remind. San Diego County DUI Law Center shall assist in drunk driving roadblock areas so you can drive safely through your Labor Day Weekend without fear of going to jail.
Unless you have a designated driver, avoid Del Mar Racetrack Sunday for Ziggy Marley Concert, attorneys warn, as San Diego California DUI cops have been overzealous all summer...over there where "the surf meets the turf."
Monday, August 25, 2014
5 California DUI Checkpoints in San Diego mean 22 DUI Arrests, lawyers report
An illegal California DUI operation took place in North San Diego County near Del Mar racetrack, unlawfully changing the standard from .08% to "Zero Tolerance" even for those over 21!
San Diego area DUI police officers resulted in 22 DUI arrests at 5 separate San Diego DUI checkpoints and operations across San Diego County over the weekend, lawyers report.