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  • After Amendments, CA Police Body Camera Bill Moves Forward
    After Amendments, CA Police Body Camera Bill Moves Forward

    Due to some last minute scrambling by assembly members, a controversial bill requiring the use of body cameras by California police officers advanced in the state legislature. On April 30, Assembly ...

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  • Cross-Examining the Arresting Officer in a DUI Trial
    Cross-Examining the Arresting Officer in a DUI Trial

    While all aspects of your defense are important, many DUI cases ultimately come down to the testimony of the defendant against the testimony of the arresting officer. Since the cross-examination of ...

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    The "Science" of Driving Behaviors

    Officers usually stop a motorist for possibly driving under the influence of alcohol based on some driving behavior such as weaving, speeding, or slowing down for no apparent reason. The jury may, in ...

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  • DUI: The 15-Minute Observation Period
    DUI: The 15-Minute Observation Period

    Whenever a law enforcement officer chooses to take shortcuts when administering breath tests , this can prove to be quite harmful for the prosecution's case at trial. California law requires that ...

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  • Watch Out When the Prosecutor Asks You about the Symptoms of Intoxication
    Watch Out When the Prosecutor Asks You about the Symptoms of Intoxication

    While your DUI defense attorney will be gathering many potential witnesses and a lot of evidence for your DUI defense, the single most important part of your case will be your own testimony. You are ...

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  • Was Someone Else Responsible For Your DUI Arrest?
    Was Someone Else Responsible For Your DUI Arrest?

    One of the most common defenses in any criminal case is providing an alternate theory that states that someone else other than the defendant was responsible for your crime. This, however, is quite ...

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