LAWSUITS NEWS & LEGAL INFORMATION
DUI/DWI Legal News Articles & Interviews
August 2, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ California DUI Award to Plaintiffs Just Shy of $21 Million ]
Palmdale, CA In the days and hours leading up to February 6, 2011, the Cardona family of Palmdale could have no idea that their lives were about to change dramatically, and not for the better. That often happens when a DUI (driving under the influence) incident finds you. As it turns out, almost $21 million dollars has also found the Cardona family, but for reasons that have more to do with justice than good fortune.
October 24, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ LawyersandSettlements Helps Plaintiff Win Lawsuit ]
Litchfield, CT Julian Morris says that a LawyersandSettlements article regarding his DUI case in 2008 was used as evidence that he had been harmed. His attorney demonstrated that Morris’ reputation was damaged because the article was viewed nationwide. “The defense argued that my reputation wasn’t damaged because nobody—except locally--knew about my case, but your article proved them wrong,” says Julian.
April 21, 2010. By Lucy Campbell.
Read [ Fatal Springfield Car Crash Under Investigation ]
Springfield, MO A fatal car accident that happened March 19, killing a woman from Aurora, is under investigation by the Missouri Highway Patrol, who suspect that alcohol may have been a contributing factor in the crash.
November 15, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Canadian Police Officer Arrested for DUI Twice in Two Months ]
Vancouver, BC It's bad enough when a DUI occurs, but it's worse when a cop is caught driving under the influence. Even worse—when it happens twice.
December 18, 2008. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ DUI in Ohio: Influence Takes on a Whole New Meaning ]
Mansfield, OH Driving while under the influence is, of course, morally reprehensible and all the clichéd adjectives apply: foolish, stupid, dangerous, irresponsible. However, if you are ever pulled over for drunk driving, just hope that it's in Ohio, where State regulators have adopted, in principle, a machine that is facing lawsuits in several other states as being unreliable. The latter can affect DUI law and a good DUI attorney can certainly use a tester with a dubious reputation to help your case.
September 15, 2008. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ DUI is Not Always Cut-and-Dried ]
Feather River Beach, CA It doesn't take long to unearth a news story about drinking and driving. DUI offences happen daily, and some with tragic consequences. However, as cut-and-dried as drunk driving offences can be—and in the eyes of DUI law, if a driver's blood alcohol content is appreciably above 0.08 he is legally drunk—there is still the need to be represented by a qualified DUI lawyer.
July 28, 2008. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ DUI: You Can't Always Believe the Breathalyzer ]
Litchfield, CT No one relishes the possibility of a drunk driving charge, properly referred to as driving under the influence (DUI). The stigma attached to it in this day and age is daunting. The fact remains however, that it does happen. Many respected individuals have a DUI charge, if not a conviction, lurking in their background.
June 25, 2008. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ DUI: The Breathalyzer is not Always Right ]
Santa Monica, CA People who have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) may think that once the charges are filed there is no point in fighting back. However, Vincent Imhoff, managing partner of Imhoff & Associates, PC, says that is not necessarily the case.