Saturday, April 12, 2008

Arrested for California DUI & Attack Cop? Battery!

California DUI criminal defense attorney news

Upon being arrested on suspicion of California DUI - driving and taken back to the Vallejo police station, a man violently assaulted a police officer Monday evening, California DUI attorneys report.

California DUI Police received a report of an intoxicated man at a gas station on Highway 29 near Highway 37 and located the suspect a short time later driving on the 4300 block of Sonoma Boulevard, California DUI lawyers are told.

California DUI officers found two open alcohol containers in the suspect's vehicle, and arrested 36-year-old Tobias Berardi on suspicion of California DUI, California DUI attorneys believe.

Back at the station, a California DUI officer was attempting to administer a breathalyzer when Berardi allegedly attacked the officer and began strangling him, California DUI lawyers are informed.

Another California DUI officer tried to get control of the suspect and Berardi continued to fight both California DUI officers until they were eventually able to get him in handcuffs, California DUI attorneys are told.

Berardi was booked into Solano County Jail on suspicion of California DUI and battery of a California DUI police officer, California DUI criminal defense attorneys report.

The California DUI officer was not seriously injured during the attack, California DUI criminal defense lawyers suspect.

Even though arrested for battery, the man still must contact DMV within 10 days through a California DUI attorney.

All a California DMV attorney has to do is knock out one (1) DMV issue to save your license & you avoid any reissue fee and/or Proof of Insurance SR-22 filing!

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