Californian drivers who are arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence, or DUI, could have some hefty consequences in store if convicted. If you're facing a DUI charge, you could be in for harsher penalties than you expect if convicted.
California is cracking down on driving while under the influence, or DUI cases. With their strict penalties and careful monitoring of the roads, some drivers may find it beneficial to know exactly what they're looking for when they try to determine whether or not a driver may be drunk.
"You can't fight city hall." What that well-known phrase is supposed to convey is the futility of going up against an entrenched government bureaucracy. Even if you have a solid case, navigating the system can leave you feeling like you're fighting a war with paper clips and a rubber band. Settling or just dropping the issue starts to look attractive.
Out of all 50 states, California is known as one of the toughest when it comes to impaired driving laws.
Just an hour's drive south of Napa, the Golden State Warriors are closing in on what appears to be their second NBA championship in three years. While fans are ready to celebrate, a former basketball player familiar to NBA followers is facing charges that he was driving under the influence when he recently crashed his car on a California freeway.