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Monthly Archives: August 2023


Tampa Radio Host Charged with DUI Causing Property Damage

By Matt Olszewski |

A popular Tampa radio host is charged with causing an accident while driving under the influence of alcohol, according to Tampa police. The radio personality caused an accident with another vehicle. The driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries as a result of the crash. However, his vehicle was damaged. The radio host has been charged with… Read More »

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How Do DUI Blood Tests Work?

By Matt Olszewski |

Police have several ways to determine whether or not a driver is drunk at the time of an arrest. The most popular is field sobriety tests, but they are also the least accurate. Breathalyzer tests are more accurate but do have a margin of error. The most accurate way to determine if someone is… Read More »

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Woman Charged with DUI Had 5 Kids in Her Car

By Matt Olszewski |

A woman has recently been charged with operating her vehicle while intoxicated after causing a traffic accident. She is also being charged with child neglect as she had 5 kids in her backseat at the time of the accident. Her breath test showed that she had a BAC .08 which is right at the… Read More »

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Sanford Police Officer Arrested on DUI Charge

By Matt Olszewski |

A Sanford police officer has been arrested on a DUI charge after a trooper noticed that she was having difficulty maintaining a lane. The officer initiated a stop and asked the suspect to perform field sobriety tests, which the trooper said she failed. She was arrested and taken to the police station where she… Read More »

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How Does Breath Testing Work?

By Matt Olszewski |

Under Florida law, if an officer requests a breathalyzer test, implied consent rules mean that you cannot refuse the test without the law presuming you are guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol. However, breathalyzer tests are not the most accurate way to measure BAC, and they do have a margin of error…. Read More »

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