If you have big plans this weekend, don’t ruin them with a drunk driving arrest. Be sure to avoid any DUI checkpoints in your neighborhood. Check out our DUI checkpoints page to see if there is a DUI checkpoint or a sobriety checkpoint happening near you.
David Silveria, who played drums for the band Korn from 1996 to 2003, was arrested for a DUI in Huntington Beach this weekend. Little information has been released regarding the actual arrest, but TMZ reports that the musician was arrested Sunday morning.
This past Sunday, Red Sox pitcher Bobby Jenksissued an apology for his DUI arrest that occurred on Friday, March 23rd. Jenks is charged with 5 misdemeanor charges including driving under the influence.
Jenks was arrested in Lee County, Florida and his charges include DUI, property damage, and leaving the scene of a crash.
In addition to his apology, Jenks stated, “I still need to let the legal process run its course, and until it does, I will not be able to make any further comment.”
A DUI arrest can be a complicated process and you need someone by your side to advise you on what to do or not to do. A skilled DUI attorney knows the exact course of action for you. Contact an experienced DUI attorney today if you have been arrested for a DUI.
Amidst recent scandal and tragedy, Bobby Brown was arrested for a DUI in Los Angeles on Monday. Police pulled him over after catching him talking on his cell phone while driving. Police later suspected Brown to be driving under the influence and gave him a BAC test where he blew 0.12. The legal limit in California is .08.
Brown has since been released on bail.
The consequences for a DUI in Los Angeles include jail time, expensive fines, and driver’s license suspension. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Los Angeles, find an attorney today to fight your charges.
If you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Connecticut, did you know your charges can get a lot worse if you’re aggressive toward the arresting officer? You could pay more in fines and even be required to spend even more time in jail.
A Fairfield woman didn’t seem to get the memo this past Saturday. Arlene Gasper was pulled over after Fairfield police caught her littering from her car. They noticed Gasper to be visibly intoxicated and they arrested her for a CT DUI. However, Gasper became very aggressive towards the officers and even threatened their children.
Not a cool thing to do.
It is understandable tensions are high when you’re slapped with handcuffs. It makes sense anyone would be angry. However, it is important to stay calm or else you can increase the severity of your Connecticut DUI charges.
It’s true that you don’t have to answer any questions to a Stratford Police officer if they pull you over for a DUI in Connecticut. All you are required to do is state your name, hand them your paperwork, and take a BAC test. However, it is in your best interest to be as polite as possible. Calmly state that you do not wish to answer any more questions without your lawyer present (even if you have yet to find one.)
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Connecticut, it is important to get an experienced attorney to fight your charges. Fill out this form and be put in touch with up to 3 skilled CT DUI attorneys.
Finally! St. Patrick’s Day is on a Saturday so you can celebrate without having to nurse a hangover at work! Don’t ruin your Guinness-filled weekend with a DUI!
Here are some tips to avoid a St. Patrick’s Day DUI:
Store a number of a cab in your cellphone before you head out. That way you can avoid scrambling for a number when you’re ready to leave.
Some cab companies, local AAA chapters, police enforcement, and other organizations may be offering free rides for people who are unable to drive. See if there are sober-driver services happening near you.
Avoid DUI checkpoints. Here is a list of where police are likely to be patrolling and holding checkpoints all across the country.
Former Georgia tight end Orson Charles was arrested for a Georgia DUI early this morning after police pulled up behind him to see if his vehicle was disabled. The police suspected Charles was under the influence and gave him a sobriety test. Charles was just above the legal limit with a BAC at .095.
Orson Charles is a huge prospect for this year’s NFL draft and with the right attorney he can possibly get his Georgia DUI charges reduced or dropped. The penalties for a Georgia DUI include license suspension, heavy fines, alcohol education classes, and jail.
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Georgia, you need a skilled DUI attorney to fight your charges. Fill out this form and be put in touch with up to 3 experienced Georgia DUI attorneys who can fight your charges and assist you with putting this terrible incident behind you once and for all.