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Top DUI Attorney, Amy Morell will make a difference in your DUI case. Amy will personally handle every aspect of your case - including the DMV Hearing and Court Appearances.
Top DUI Attorney, Amy Morell will make a difference in your DUI case. Amy will personally handle every aspect of your case - including the DMV Hearing and Court Appearances.

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Just finished court in Oakland. There are new plea forms for misdemeanor cases.
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CHP is planning a checkpoint this weekend in the East Bay.
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CHP is conducting checkpoints in San Leandro and/or Hayward.
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A DUI charge can happen to anybody.
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CHP to start Fourth of July Anti-DUI campaign.
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The Alameda County Sheriff's Office will be conducting a DUI checkpoint in an undisclosed location on July 3, 2015.  
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Good news for veterans that have a DUI charge pending.  Penal Code Section 1001.80 (SB 1227) effective 1-15-15 creates a Combat Veteran's Pretrial misdemeanor Diversion Program.   Certain veterans whose
PTSD, mental health, substance abuse and similar problems stem from their current or past military service may be eligible for the diversion program instead of jail.
 
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The California DMV has released a report that finds Ignition Interlock devices do not work on deterring DUIs - generally.  Since July 1, 2010, the pilot program has required that anyone convicted of a DUI in Alameda, Los Angeles, Sacramento or Tulare counties install an ignition interlock device on any car they own or operate.

The DMV is conducting another study to determine if the pilot program has any specific deterrence effects.
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Police Using New Tactics To Decrease Drunk Driving

The Huntington Beach police are using a surprising new tactic to help decrease drunk driving incidences. Do you think it will work?
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