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Vehicular Manslaughter: Revealing the Mystery

Mr. White…On the freeway… With the car? Unfortunately, not all cases can be solved as simply as Clue. In this case, one could spend 7-21 years in prison for manslaughter. So what is the difference between manslaughter and murder? In most cases, the prosecutor will typically refer to the automobile as a “deadly weapon” and…

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Justin Bieber Charged with Drunken Driving

Justin Bieber was charged with drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license after police saw the young star street racing in a yellow Lamborghini shortly after 4 am Thursday, January 23, 2014, reports Miami Beach police. Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez told reporters, a Miami Beach officer witnessed Bieber driving his…

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DUI’s and the July 4th Holiday

Last year in Arizona a statewide task force targeting drunk drivers over the July 4th holiday led to more than 100 arrests.  The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety says 33 of the 108 arrests were for extreme DUI. That’s when a driver’s blood-alcohol level is a .15 percent or higher, or nearly double the…

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DUI Conviction May Affect Child Custody

According to Flagstaff Police, fifty-nine-year-old Deborah A. Ogden was arrested on Tuesday for suspicion of extreme DUI. Ms. Ogden, according to Police, has four previous DUI convictions since 2004. Police said Ms. Ogden was pulled over when Officers observed her driving erratically. After Police stopped Ms. Ogden, Officers smelled alcohol inside Ms. Ogden’s vehicle. According…

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DUI Charge Outside of Arizona

According to Police, on Friday, nineteen-year-old Erica Gallardo of Cook County Chicago was charged with aggravated DUI for a car accident that paralyzed the other driver. The accident occurred on March 27th at the intersection of Steger and Richton Roads. Court documents stated that at the time of the accident the teenager was driving a…

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Law Enforcement in Full Force this St. Patrick’s Day

Tempe Police, Scottsdale Police and the Maricopa County Sherriff’s Office will be out in full force on St. Patrick’s Day. According to Tempe traffic Lieutenant Randy Wilson, Officers will focus primarily on downtown areas but will also be present in the surrounding neighborhoods. Lieutenant Wilson said the task forces are made up of Officers hoping…