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Is 'Autopilot' a Defense to a Drunk Driving Charge?
Author: Jeffrey Yano, Esq.
Last Updated: Wednesday January 24th 2018 05:57 PM
Technology may be breaking barriers, but that doesn't mean drivers should be breaking laws. A San Francisco Bay Area driver, charged with driving under the influence after being found asleep behind the wheel on the Bay Bridge last week,...

How to Prepare for a Consultation With a Car Accident Lawyer
Author: Jeffrey Yano, Esq.
Last Updated: Tuesday January 23rd 2018 07:00 PM
When injured in a car accident, it's common to feel bent out of shape. Your car might be a compressed chunk of metal. You might be sitting in the hospital or at home nursing some nasty injuries. And going to...

What's the Legal Limit for Driving While High?
Author: Christopher Coble, Esq.
Last Updated: Tuesday January 9th 2018 03:07 PM
With few exceptions, every state set the blood-alcohol bar for drunk driving at .08 percent. And most state alcohol consumption laws are similar, as well. But states are, pardon the pun, all over the map when it comes to...

New California Law Allows Free Rides Home If You're Too Drunk to Drive
Author: Christopher Coble, Esq.
Last Updated: Wednesday January 3rd 2018 01:24 PM
California once prohibited any licensed liquor manufacturer or seller from offering any gift or free goods in connection with the sale of any alcoholic beverage, as a way to prevent bars, brewers, and distillers from enticing over consumption of...

Top 5 Holiday DUI Tips
Author: Christopher Coble, Esq.
Last Updated: Thursday November 2nd 2017 06:26 PM
The holiday season is a time for celebrating and for spending time with family. And where there are celebrations, libations are sure to follow. But all that holiday drinking doesn't need to lead to drinking and driving charges. Here...

Top 7 Car Accident Lawsuit Questions
Author: Christopher Coble, Esq.
Last Updated: Thursday October 19th 2017 02:45 PM
When most of us think of negligence and injury, the classic example is the simple car accident. We all owe a duty to drive carefully, someone breached that duty by driving irresponsibly or ignoring a traffic sign or signal, this...

Convictions Lost in Translation: Spanish-Language DUI Rights Form 'Unlawfully Coercive'
Author: Christopher Coble, Esq.
Last Updated: Friday October 13th 2017 07:18 PM
When you're being read your rights and advised of the law, you want that information to be accurate; especially if English isn't your native tongue and you're relying on a translation of your rights. But a Massachusetts woman is claiming...