DUI Attorney Blog is written by Dan Jaffe, an Arizona DUI attorney, and Aaron Wolfe, a DUI lawyer in Washington State. They write about new issues and law that affects DUI cases across the country.
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For the second time in the past month, an Oklahoma City police officer has been arrested. On Thursday, Sgt Benjamin Nikkel was involved in a one car accident while off duty. When the Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the accident, they placed Nikkel under arrest for driving under the...
The defense attorney representing Darrell Blappert on the charges of DUI resulting in death had requested that the local Circuit Court judge throw out his client's case, claiming that Mississippi's DUI law was unconstitutional. The Circuit Court Judge from Harrison County, Larry...
On Monday, the Colorado State Senate voted to endorse a proposal which sets specific scientific standards to determine impairment for those who drive while under the influence of marijuana. According to the new bill, drivers would be considered to be impaired if they are tested and found...
First-time offenders of Georgia's DUI laws are not required to have an ignition interlock device installed on their vehicle, as that prohibition is only mandated for repeat offenders. If Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) has anything to say about it, that law will change...and soon....
A Chicago-area man faces several charges, including DUI, after a fatal car crash in Morgan Park on Monday . Walter Thompson, 30, was also given a citation after trying to flee the scene of the accident in which his SUV hit another car and pinned Charles Kimbrough, 45, against a CTA...
A Deputy with the El Paso County Sheriff's office, Tony Scherb, was presented the 6th annual Ken Jordan Award on Tuesday, representing excellence in enforcement of Colorado DUI laws. Eight law enforcement officials were nominated for the award, including fellow Deputy Sgt. Michael Schaller...
John West, a 50-year old man from Greer, South Carolina, was charged with driving under the influence on Thursday after losing control of his truck and striking another vehicle in traffic on Highway 14 North, near Berry Hill Road. According to official reports from law enforcement, West...
In Pennsylvania, legislation has been forwarded that could make the use of an ignition interlock device mandatory for first time DUI offenders. Ignition interlock devices are small hand-held breath testing equipment that are installed on the steering column of a vehicle. Before the interlock...
A Richfield man, 30 year old Alan Askwith, was arrested Friday evening on suspicion of driving while under the influence, illegal discharge of a firearm, crualty to animals, obstructing justice and more. Askwith was driving south on highway I-15 between Nephi and Santaquin, when...
Charles James, from the Township of Willingsboro, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide this past Tuesday after causing the death of Keith Buxton, 56, from Evesham on Northbound I-295. James' crashed into the disabled SUV of Michael Cericola as Buxton stood in front of the vehicle with the hood...