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Archives for: September 18th, 2014

Florida Biker Sentenced After DUI Accident

Written by Moses & Rooth on September 18, 2014

A motorcycle accident happened in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, in which a biker, who was later determined to be under the influence at the time, crashed into two pedestrians. The pair was from Ohio, visiting town and watching the Biketoberfest, which is a local motorcycle rally. The couple was seriously…Read More

26-year-old Florida man accused of DUI manslaughter

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 10, 2014

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a construction worker has suffered a tragic death after being struck by an alleged drunk driver. Police say that the driver hit two workers on U.S. Highway 41 in Port Charlotte. The men were completing road maintenance tasks at the time of the crash.

Troopers…Read More

Police officer arrested for possible prescription DUI offense

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 27, 2014

A police officer has been taken into custody on charges of drunk driving in Florida. The officer, who is employed by the Daytona Police Department, was arrested in the very same city after she lost control of her personal vehicle and crashed it into a ditch. Fortunately, neither she nor…Read More

$11 million awarded to man hit by drunk driver in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 30, 2014

A jury has recently ruled on a case in Florida involving a man who suffered from permanent disabilities, and the man has been awarded an amount of $11 million. The lawsuit was not against the driver himself, however, but against the club that he was a part of, which is…Read More

Fatal Florida accident leads to DUI charges

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 14, 2014

Under Florida law, a person who drives with a blood alcohol level that is as much as 0.08 or higher can charged for driving under the influence. A woman who was involved in a fatal accident has now been charged with DUI since it was found that her level was…Read More

Prescription DUI proves to be fatal for skateboarder

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 7, 2014

Orlando readers know that driving while intoxicated or when taking drugs is a bad idea, but it happens nevertheless. Once the mistake has been made, and it results in a catastrophic accident, one may find themselves in serious trouble. When facing these types of situations, it’s important to know what…Read More

Man given guilty verdict in DUI accident that killed dancer

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 2, 2014

A Florida man who struck and killed a Miami Heat dancer while in his vehicle has been given a guilty verdict in court after trying to fight the charges. He is looking at 15 years in prison for the accident, which took place back in 2010. The families of the…Read More

Woman in Florida given DUI charge after running over pedestrians

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 19, 2014

A woman who was visiting Florida from Ohio drove into a group of pedestrians who were crossing the street, even pinning one under her car, and police later determined that she was well over the legal limit for alcohol consumption when the accident occurred.

The police had been assisting people who…Read More

Avoiding drunk driving charges throughout the holiday season

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 17, 2013

The Christmas and New Year’s holidays specifically traditionally bear witness to a high rate of drunk driving accidents. However, many Americans are at risk for unintentionally being involved in a drunk driving accident throughout the second half of December. This is the time of year that employers, family and…Read More

NHTSA’s drug and DUI roadblocks are creating controversy

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 10, 2013

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been charged with the noble goal of reducing the number of preventable accidents that occur on American roadways annually. But simply because its goals are worthy does not necessarily mean that the NHTSA’s methods are beyond reproach.

Currently, the NHTSA is conducting a…Read More