- newAppleby Released From Prison
David Appleby is a free man after serving 12 years of a life sentence for multiple drunken driving convictions.
- 5 hours ago, 7 Dec 13, 5:19am -
- newGlenwood Springs woman accused of using sister’s ID to avoid DUI penalties
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A local woman arrested more than a year ago on drunk driving charges now faces an additional charge of criminal impersonation, a felony, for allegedly using her sister’s identification to evade punishment in the DUI case.
- 6 hours ago, 7 Dec 13, 4:22am -
- newBill aims to toughen penalties for criminal domestic violence offenders
South Carolina ranks No. 1 in the rate of women killed by men. A bill pre-filed in the State House would stiffen the penalties for first-time domestic violence offenders, more than doubling their jail
- 10 hours ago, 7 Dec 13, 12:03am -
- newAppleby To Seek Release
David Appleby, the first man in West Virginia to get life in prison for multiple DUI offenses, may be getting out of jai.
- 1 day ago, 6 Dec 13, 5:49am -
- Would you favor DUI checkpoints in Washington?
SEATTLE — Most of us would agree that driving under the influence is never a good idea. Nothing good can ever come from it and the consequences can be devastating. The Washington Impaired Driving Work Group was created by the …
- 2 days ago, 5 Dec 13, 5:45am -
- Anti-DUI work group: Yes to random checkpoints, no to alcohol bans
A new report suggests that Washington state should fight drunken driving by increasing penalties and establishing random sobriety checkpoints. But another idea floated after a high-profile tragedy last spring, banning repeat DUI offenders from buying alcohol, was nearly universally dismissed. The 2013 Washington Impaired Driving Work Group delivere…
- 3 days ago, 4 Dec 13, 6:57pm -
- DUI Enforcement Effort
CRESSON - Law enforcement agencies from Blair and Cambria Counties are joining forces in an effort to keep area highways safe over the Thanksgiving Holiday. WTAJ Reporter Kevin Flanigan was on hand when the effort kicked off Today. Officers from several of the law enforcement agencies that participate in the Blair and Cambria count…
- 10 days ago, 27 Nov 13, 12:08am -
- DUI Checkpoints: Yay or Nay?
DUI sobriety checkpoints, also known as roadblocks, are one of those things that sound good until you think it through. No one wants drunk drivers on the road. But no one wants texters or people eating lunch on the road, either, which are even more dangerous.
- 12 days ago, 25 Nov 13, 2:40pm -
- What Happens in a Military DUI Case?
A military DUI can cause a uniformed service member's personal and professional worlds to collide and spark an array of negative consequences. If the state or other civilian authorities charge you with a DUI off a military installation, you will not face a military court martial for the same crime.
- 24 days ago, 13 Nov 13, 12:34am -
- Penalties for Drinking and Driving in California, Discussed by Traffic Ticket Lawyer, Mr. Ticket
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mr. Ticket, well-known traffic ticket attorney, discusses the penalties for drinking and driving in California. The penalties for DUI are severe and can result in not just heavy fines but also jail time. Mr. Ticket is an experienced traffic ticket attorney who has represented thousands of drivers across the…
- 29 days ago, 8 Nov 13, 3:00pm -