Saturday, September 6, 2008

CHP ENCOURAGES RAIDERS GAME SPECTATORS TO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE

California dui criminal defense lawyers are told CHP ENCOURAGES RAIDERS GAME SPECTATORS TO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE

The California Highway Patrol is warning Bay Area football fans who plan to attend the Oakland Raiders game Monday night in Oakland to drive carefully to and from and stadium.

The game against the Denver Broncos, scheduled to begin at 7:15 p.m., is expected to bring in many possible California dui spectators, according to California dui lawyers.

In addition to those attending the game, residents who are hosting or traveling to football parties are encouraged to drive safely and avoid California dui - driving under the influence.

"The real MVP on game day is the designated driver," CHP Golden Gate Division Chief Theresa Becher said in a prepared statement. "It's a plain and simple fact, alcohol affects your coordination."

A first-time California dui conviction can cost at least $10,000 in fines, penalties, restitution, legal fees and increased insurance costs.

Public transportation is strongly recommended by the CHP in lieu of driving, per California dui attorneys at www.SanDiegoDrunkDrivingAttorney.net/about.