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Uncategorized April 25, 2016

Reckless Driving Charges and Convictions under California State Law

In the state of California, reckless driving is regarded as a misdemeanor. According to California state law, any person who drives irresponsibly and with deliberate disregard for the safety of drivers, pedestrians and/or property is charged with reckless driving. If convicted, the individual may be charged with a fine of $1,000 or face up to […]

Uncategorized April 18, 2016

Disastrous Consequences of DUI Convictions: Evidence from Real-Life Stories

Being charged with DUI may not seem like a big deal to many people. However, as the following stories show, a DUI conviction can have disastrous consequences: Stormy Keffeler As Miss Washington USA 2016, Stormy Keffleler (23) had a bright future ahead of her. However, one small mistake brought her whole career crashing down. Last […]

Uncategorized April 11, 2016

Fight Your DUI Cases in 2016 with Expert Attorney Advice

Getting caught for driving under the influence (DUI) is perhaps one of the most common cases to come across. It is especially on the rise around the New Year with all the parties and celebrations. However, no matter what time of the year you’re indulging in alcohol, it is always better to be prepared instead […]

Uncategorized April 4, 2016

How Long Do DUI Convictions Stay On Your Public Record?

One question that most DUI arrestees ask is, “How long will this offense stay on my record?” The minimum period in some states is 5 years, and up to 10 years in others. In certain states, previous DUI convictions stay on your record for a lifetime. Basically, your DUI history tends to stick around for […]

Uncategorized March 27, 2016

Impact of Criminal History on DUI Arrest Cases

It is always a scary experience to be arrested for DUI (driving under the influence). But the matter is even more serious if the arrestee has a prior criminal record. It is very important to understand the critical role your criminal history plays in your DUI arrest case. Being armed with such knowledge may help […]

Uncategorized March 21, 2016

New Traffic Laws You Need To Be Aware Of In 2016

Evolution is a constant process and like everything else, laws evolve over time too. The constant updating of traffic laws is especially crucial, so that peace and order is maintained on the roads, and the safety of drivers and pedestrians is protected. For this reason, the state of California has instated new traffic-related laws, in […]

Juveniles Crime March 4, 2016

Juvenile Crimes in California

In California, those who commit crimes under age 18 are considered juveniles, and they are treated differently than adults who run afoul of the law. The varying nature of juvenile offenses often makes it difficult for states to decide whether the criminal is to be treated as a minor or as a full-grown individual. The […]

Uncategorized February 27, 2016

What Factors Can Get Your License Revoked In California?

You probably take it for granted, but your driver’s license is a very crucial document and your lifestyle could be seriously hampered if it is snatched away. For many of us, being able to move around freely is a matter of course and, for some, it is even essential to their livelihood. Without a license, […]

DMV Fresno General February 23, 2016

8 Mistakes That New Drivers Must Avoid

Learning how to drive is an exciting feeling, and every new driver looks forward to getting behind the wheel as often as possible. However, it will not be until a few years down the line that they gain complete control of their car, and in their endeavor to ace driving, there are certain rather mistakes […]

General February 18, 2016

Draft Regulations for Safe Deployment of Self-Driving Vehicles Released by the DMV

A draft highlighting regulations for autonomous vehicle deployment has been released by the California DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) for public review. The draft represents the next major step in allowing for public operation of autonomous vehicles within the state of California in the near future. What Do the Draft Requirements Cover? According to the […]