Had a great time at First KKGO Country Fest at Alpine Village in Torrance last Friday. Met great people, listened to great country music performed by Jay Hollister Band and had wonderful food as well. I was very proud to be a sponsor.
This Friday, I'll be sponsoring Country Fest at Alpine Village in Torrance. $10 to get in plus FREE dance lessons at 7pm. Food specials and The Jay Hollister Band will perform. The music, food, entertainment and location (Alpine Village, 833 W. Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90502) will be fantastic. I'll be dressed Country Western. Can't wait. I love Country Music! Check out KKGO website for more info. Make sure you say hello and introduce yourself.
Tags: Successful Case Of The Week Blood Draw Testing Dui Test Refusal
Before being stopped, our client passed a patrol car slowing down from 35 mph to 10 mph. Client's tinted front side windows blocked officer from even seeing a silhouette of client. Officer observed strong odor of alcohol, slow movements, watery eyes, slow speech and slow/swaying walk. Client denied drinking alcohol. Client then failed 5 field sobriety tests. Client then blew .102/.098 on portable breath test. Client was then arrested for a second DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client blew an insufficient breath sample back at jail and refused a blood test. Client was also charged with refusing a chemical test. Prior to trial, client was offered and plead to a wet reckless. A second driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a .08 or greater and refusing a chemical test were all dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)
Tags: Successful Case Of The Week Field Sobriety Testing Drunk Driving
Our client was seen making a right turn failing to yield to 2 pedestrians midway in the crosswalk. Client drove past pedestrians on wrong side of road. After being stopped, officer observed bloodshot/water eyes, slurred speech and odor of alcohol. Client admitted to drinking 6 shots of Soju. Client then failed 5 field sobriety tests and blew .105/.106 on portable breath test. Client was then arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client blew .10/.10 back at jail. Prior to trial, client was offered and plead to exhibition of speed. Both driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a .08 or greater in the blood were dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)
Went to my first Professional Bull Riders Tournament Saturday night. Had great seats and saw the fearless riders up close. Can't wait till next year!
We use the US Constitution in every DUI / Drunk Driving case to help our clients. When we protect our clients, we are fulfilling our sworn duty. However, another use of the Constitution was by a man who was detained in December, 2011 by Richmond, Va. airport Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers when he partially disrobed displaying the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution on his chest to protest airport security procedures. He believes the procedures violate unreasonable search and seizure. He then sued the TSA for violating his 1st amendment right of freedom of speech. After the case was appealed from the U.S. District Court, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that his case can move forward. We wear the Constitution figuratively on our sleeve. This man wears it literally on his chest. The man is a true believer in the US Constitution!
This Saturday, I will be appearing at the Professional Bull Riders Liftmaster Invitational at the Honda Center in Anaheim. I'll be at the KKGO Go Country 105 FM booth beforehand. Please feel free to stop by, say hello and introduce yourself. I've been a long time fan of Professional Bull Riding as I have been watching it on TV for years. This will be my first time seeing it in person. Already bought my cowboy clothes. Can't wait!
Tags: Dui Checkpoints Holiday Dui Enforcement Field Sobriety Testing
After doing a lot of research, I don't sense there will be a lot of DUI / Drunk Driving checkpoints in southern California this Super Bowl weekend. Not sure why but I am sure there will be a lot of police patrolling the streets and freeways. Now for the tip: field sobriety tests are completely voluntary, so people don't have to do them. Be safe and enjoy the Super Bowl!