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Scooting Under the Influence? Meet the DUI’s Newest Sibling

Driving under the influence has a new baby brother, and his name is Scooter. In a precedent-setting case, Los Angeles prosecutor Mike Feuer has secured a misdemeanor conviction for a man arrested after he hit a pedestrian while operating an electric scooter under the influence of alcohol.

The incident occurred in West Los Angeles, an area […]

October 5th, 2018|DUI, Pedestrian Safety|0 Comments

New Year, New Laws: 2018

Happy 2018! The new year brings fresh beginnings for everyone, which includes new laws and legislation in place. Though they may not seem relevant to you, they could have an indirect impact on you or people you know.

Be sure to check these out and stay informed for a great start to 2018!
Recreational Marijuana
On January 1st, […]

California Drivers Among Worst in Country

If you’ve ever gone on a road trip, you may have noticed that driving styles and quality vary from city to city.  New Yorkers are notorious for horn honking and tailgating.  Miami drivers are renowned for ignoring the turn signal.  Portlanders are famously slow and polite behind the wheel.  Los Angeles drivers are more prone to road rage than the rest […]

How will the new laws affect Californians?

Starting the new year, Californians are also facing new changes in the law. According to the LA Times, the following law changes will affect Californians in the following ways:

Driving:

If your child is under the age of two, they must sit in a rear-facing car seat.
If an individual is convicted of a DUI, they […]

Proposition 64: Does this mean I can drive while stoned?

With the elections around the corner, marijuana has become a popular topic. Proposition 64 strives to allow the recreational usage of marijuana for adults 21 years of age and older in the state of California. Yes on 64 (Californians to Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana while Protecting Children) argue that this legalization of recreational […]