California DUI news
May 21, 2008
California DUI - drunk driving deja vu
For the second time in five months, a 23-year-old California woman has been arrested after she allegedly crashed her car while California DUI - driving under the influence at the exact same spot north of Lake Tahoe, California DUI lawyers hear.
California DUI Police say that in both California DUI cases, her blood alcohol content was more than three times the legal limit.
California DUI Police say Melissa Dennison of Truckee crashed at about noon on Sunday on Glenshire Drive just south of the Glenshire Bridge. They say she was extremely intoxicated and had trouble standing or walking. Her blood alcohol level initially was measured at .346. The legal limit is .08, according to California DUI lawyers.
Dennison also had been charged with a California DUI in January when she crashed at the same spot and registered a blood alcohol level of .380, California DUI attorneys are told.
If convicted of the second California DUI offense, she faces up to 10 years in prison and fines in excess of $2,000.
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