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Archives for: July 27th, 2014

Justin Bieber’s DUI trial delayed for plea negotions

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 27, 2014

In a lot of cases, celebrities accused of crimes like drunk driving will have the financial means to hire the best legal counsel available. As a result, these individuals may have a better chance of achieving favorable results during their DUI defense proceedings. In the highly publicized DUI case of…Read More

Justin Bieber goes to trial for Florida DUI

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 17, 2014

Justin Bieber, who has risen to fame as a pop star out of Canada, was pulled over and arrested in Miami Beach earlier this year. Police said that he was driving under the influence, and he is now set to go to trail for those charges. The arrest happened on…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

Woman fails field sobriety tests, arrested for DUI

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 14, 2014

A 28-year-old woman, who two years ago, was charged with burning down “The Senator” has been arrested once again. The Senator is a large bald cypress tree in Longwood, Florida, that was a focal point for tourists. At a majestic 118-foot tall and 18 feet in diameter, it was considered…Read More

When can a BAC below 0.08 percent lead to a DUI conviction?

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 27, 2013

American adults are often quite cautious about keeping their blood alcohol content (BAC) levels under control before attempting to operate motor vehicles. Failure to keep one’s BAC below the legal limit of 0.08 percent can lead to drunk driving charges, so it is imperative that any adult planning to…Read More

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