Thursday, March 20, 2008

Week apart for California dui cases for same guy

California dui criminal defense lawyer news

Five people were injured when a suspected drunk driver rammed into the back of one car, triggering another rear-end collision, according to California dui attorneys.

That California dui crash happened just before noon on Yosemite Avenue in Manteca. Officers took Tom Flynn, 47, into custody on suspicion of California dui - having a blood alcohol content well over the legal limit of .08.

One of the California dui officers at the scene arrested Flynn just a week ago, on the exact same charge, and even took away his driver's license.

According to California dui lawyers, Flynn was allegedly driving an estimated 45 miles per hour in his SUV when he slammed into a small tan car that was stopped. The California dui impact pushed that car into the truck in front of it. None of the injuries were thought to be life-threatening, according to California dui attorneys.

California dui police said Flynn was living out of his vehicle after going through a home foreclosure. In addition to clothes and other items, California dui officers found an ice chest full of ice and cold beer in his SUV.