Monday, February 11, 2008

California Congressional Candidate faces DUI charges

California DUI lawyer news

GRASS VALLEY, California — Theodore Terbolizard, a GOP congressional candidate, is facing possible charges of California DUI - driving under the influence after Grass Valley police pulled him over for speeding.

California DUI lawyers will soon find out Terbolizard was stopped at 1:43 a.m. Sunday for what California DUI officers described as alleged excessive speed as he was on his way home from a bar in Nevada City, according to California DUI police records.

California DUI officers arrested Terbolizard on suspicion of a California DUI / Drunk Driving after administering a California DUI breathalyzer test. California DUI police are waiting for results of a California DUI blood-alcohol test.

Terbolizard, from Cedar Ridge, is running for the seat being vacated by Republican Rep. John Doolittle, who has announced he will not seek another term.

The candidate reports this California DUI will not affect his campaign—other than to give him publicity. California DUI attorneys will discover from public records he has been arrested for California DUI .