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Recent Posts in Drunk Driving Category

  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 25, 2014. DUIs are expensive, but drivers in some parts of the country pay a significant amount more in insurance premiums than others. A recent article by NerdWallet analyzed the impact of DUIs on insurance throughout the country. The findings were particularly interesting for those in ...
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  • On behalf of Dan Henner of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebsposted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 18, 2014. A man out of California is in the news for his attempt to take a case to the highest court in the United States: SCOTUS. SCOTUS, or the Supreme Court of the United States, denied review of his case. The case provides an interesting take on the reliability of DUI machines. The man's ...
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  • California DUI checkpoints - is the evidence admissible?

    || 25-Jun-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebsposted in Drunk Driving on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. DUI Checkpoints are found throughout the state of California. The stops are desgined to help better ensure that the state's roadways are safe and to discourage drivers from getting behind the wheel after having too much to drink or using drugs that could impair their ability ...
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  • Did California politician's office attempt to hide a DUI?

    || 12-Jun-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drunk Driving on Thursday, June 12, 2014. The FBI is reportedly investigating claims that the office of California Rep. Lois Capps attempted to help cover up evidence in a drunk driving case involving one of the office's staff. The FBI is investigating on behalf of the Department of Justice's Public Integrity ...
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  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drunk Driving on Thursday, May 29, 2014. The Supreme Court of the United States, or SCOTUS, recently issued a holding that is causing legal debate throughout the country. The ruling centers on whether or not an anonymous tip alone can provide just cause for a stop. The case that was considered by the Court involved a ...
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