Top DUI News for the Week of April 18th - April 24th in the year Two Thousand and Eleven
- Sunday April 24th, 2011
- 'Soul surfer' gets DUI en route to 'Dillon Valley condiments' A driver stopped on suspicion of DUI last week found the whole process, from the roadside sobriety tests to the blood test, baffling and by the end of the night couldn't even remember where he was. He explained to authorities.
- Saturday April 23rd, 2011
- Bill would limit right to jury trial for DUI defendants A bill approved by the Arizona Legislature would end the flat right that misdemeanor DUI defendants now have under state law to a jury trial for a first offense.
- Friday, Apr 22nd, 2011
- Upper Moreland police charge Warminster woman with DUI three times in three weeks A 22-year-old Warminster woman does not seem to have a money for a cab or knows a designated driver, as Upper Moreland police have charged her with DUI three times - in less than three weeks.
- Thursday April 21st, 2011
- Hundreds of DUI cases in Kershaw County may be dropped Drunk driving is a serious offense, and Kershaw County has the highest percentage of deadly crashes involving alcohol. They also have more than 700 pending DUI cases, but 600 of those accused drunk drivers could be getting off free and clear with their cases dropped.
- Wedneday April 20th, 2011
- Driver arrested for DUI after striking pedestrians A 39-year-old driver faces DUI charges after investigators say he lost control of his car and hit two pedestrians walking into a Fort Myers store Monday.
- Tuesday April 19th, 2011
- Aguilera's boyfriend's DUI charges dropped Two days after the singer's divorce was finalized, the L.A. County District Attorney officially rejected the DUI case against her current boyfriend citing insufficient evidence.
- Monday, April 18th, 2011
- Pot DUI standard gets first hearing in CO Senate IVAN MORENO Associated Press A bill setting an impairment standard for driving under the influence of marijuana is getting its first hearing in the Colorado Senate. The proposal would set a blood-content threshold that would allow prosecutors to charge drivers believed to be under the influence of marijuana. Drivers would be considered too high to drive if they have a THC level of 5 nanograms or ...
Stories of the Week
April 9th - April 17th Attorney: Forcibly drawing blood in suspected DUI cases a violation, illegal
April 2nd - April 10th DUI Chemists Blow the Whistle on Vermont's Breath-Testing Program
March 28th - Apr 3rd Retiring federal prisons director charged with DUI
March 21st - March 27th Avoid DUI Checkpoints? No App for That, Senators Say
March 14th - March 20th Open DUI cases involving accused SDPD officer could be dismissed
March 7th - March 13th Pot DUI bill gets first OK at Capitol
February 28st - March 6th Leyritz Charged in DUI Homicide Crash
February 21st - February 27th DUI Suspect Crashes Into Sober House
February 14th - February 20th DUI defense atty: Cop should be on trial
February 7 - February 13th Fleeing DUI suspect runs over cop in parking lot
January 31st - February 6th DUI charge reinstated in case where cop read lips
January 24th - January 30th Court decision could cast DUI cases into limbo
January 17th - January 23rd Judge Challenges New DUI Law
January 10th - January 16th Facing jail, DUI offender bolts from the courthouse
January 3rd - January 9th DUI suspect blames Ozzy for arrest
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