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Monthly Archives: May 2022


Woman Strikes Police Cruiser, Officer; Charged With DUI

By Matt Olszewski |

A 22-year-old woman is facing charges of DUI causing serious bodily injury after she plowed into the back of a police cruiser that had stopped to handle a roadside accident. The woman’s SUV struck the back of the cruiser and forced it into the officer who was taken to the hospital. The woman has… Read More »

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Police: School Bus Driver Had BAC Four Times The Legal Limit

By Matt Olszewski |

One of the aggravating factors that can enhance your simple DUI into an aggravated DUI is when you’re operating your vehicle with children in the car. In this case, a school bus driver with 40 middle-schoolers on his bus. A school employee reported the man smelled of alcohol. Several attempts were made to contact… Read More »

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Judge Revokes Bond For DUI Suspect Who Killed Teen

By Matt Olszewski |

The grieving family of a DUI-related death learned that the bond for the suspect who killed their son had been revoked during a vigil held as a memorial for the deceased. The boy was 17-year-old. The family was returning from a belated birthday party for the boy when the accident occurred. They hoped by… Read More »

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Woman Faces DUI Manslaughter Charge After Tox Screen

By Matt Olszewski |

How do DUI prosecutions work? Well, police collect evidence from the scene, including blood and breath samples from the driver, and then test these samples using a lab. The labs get hundreds of samples per week and are months behind in processing these samples. This often means that DUI suspects don’t face charges until… Read More »

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