If Rideshare Companies Leave California, Will DUIs Increase?

September 15, 2020
Uber and Lyft may suspend service over a new California employment law. In 2019, California passed a law (known as AB5) that set out a new test adopted by the California Supreme Court. This test helps determine whether a worker should be classified as an independent contractor or an employee — an important distinction when…
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Can an App Tell You If You’re Too Drunk to Drive?

September 11, 2020
The latest technology may not even require you to add a breathalyzer to your phone Most Californians recognize that they shouldn’t drive drunk. The difficulty often comes in figuring out when you are too drunk to drive. For some people, 1 or 2 drinks is enough to alter their judgement. Others won’t be as affected…
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How Can I Get Evidence Suppressed in My California DUI Case?

September 8, 2020
If the police violated the law in your DUI stop, you could have that evidence thrown out of court A California DUI conviction carries with it a range of serious consequences. If you plead guilty or no contest or are found guilty at trial, you may be sent to jail, sentenced to probation, ordered to…
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Street Racing Crash Leads to DUI Murder Charges

September 4, 2020
The defendant had previously been convicted of multiple DUI-related charges No matter what you may see in the movies, street racing is never a safe plan. When one or more of the drivers involved is intoxicated, it is even more dangerous — and may even turn deadly. In August, a Santa Ana man was charged…
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