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Author Archives: Jay Butchko

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Understanding Probable Cause In DUI Cases

By Matt Olszewski |

The law makes it clear that every citizen has a right to be unmolested by their government. That means that a government official (ie: a police officer) has no right to detain or arrest you unless they can establish a good reason for doing so. In the case of DUI, the police often use… Read More »

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How Do You Pass A Field Sobriety Test?

By Matt Olszewski |

“I couldn’t do that even if I was sober!” That’s the sort of thing drivers say when they’re pulled over by police who demand a field sobriety test. Perhaps that is the lone benefit of the test because it sounds like the suspect is admitting guilt. The fact is, no one can pass a… Read More »

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Florida Woman Facing DUI Manslaughter Charges After Motorcycle Crash

By Matt Olszewski |

A 58-year-old motorcyclist is dead after an accident with a Florida woman. According to police, the woman was attempting to make a left-hand turn onto an on-ramp when she failed to notice that there was a motorcycle headed directly at her. When she attempted to make the turn, the motorcycle crashed into the passenger… Read More »

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Orlando Man Facing DUI Manslaughter Charges After Wrong-Way Crash

By Matt Olszewski |

An Orlando man has been arrested after a head-on collision in May that took the life of another driver. According to the toxicology report, the man had nearly four times the legal limit of alcohol in his system and also tested positive for cocaine. The defendant is facing charges of DUI manslaughter for the… Read More »

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Florida Soccer Coach Arrested On DUI Charges

By Matt Olszewski |

Police say that a soccer coach at an area boarding school failed multiple sobriety tests before they relieved him of his vehicle. According to police, they pulled the vehicle over for failing to maintain a lane. The deputy who pulled the vehicle over said that he immediately smelled alcohol on the driver’s breath. The… Read More »

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Sheriff’s Office Employee Blows .09 After DUI Arrest

By Matt Olszewski |

A Polk County sheriff’s office detention deputy has been charged with DUI after blowing a .09. You may know that is a tenth of a percentage point above the legal limit. In conducting these tests, there is a margin of error, and that margin of error must be accounted for by prosecutors or else… Read More »

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Man Tells Police To “Chill” After Striking, Killing Pedestrian

By Matt Olszewski |

A Florida man is facing charges for an accident that took the life of a father of four. Police say the man was drunk at the time of the accident. Police contend that the defendant was driving a 2018 BMW X2 when he struck a pedestrian and fled the scene of the accident. When… Read More »

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Police Charge Cocoa Man With DUI Manslaughter

By Matt Olszewski |

A 33-year-old man has been charged with DUI manslaughter after the death of a 48-year-old man at an intersection. According to police, the defendant drove a Buick Lucerne through a red light and struck the other man’s Ford Mustang. The driver of the Mustang was thrown from the vehicle due to the force of… Read More »

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DUI Claims Life Of 22-Year-Old; Driver Accused Of Driving Wrong Way

By Matt Olszewski |

Police say that a DUI driver caused the death of a 22-year-old woman over the 4th of July weekend when she was driving her Kia Optima in the southbound lane while heading north. As the vehicle was headed directly at them, a car in front of the descendant swerved to avoid the Optima. The… Read More »

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Richard Sherman Pleads Not Guilty To DUI, Other Charges

By Matt Olszewski |

Richard Sherman pleaded not guilty to five misdemeanors related to DUI in Seattle. The embattled star has a reputation as a trash-talker, but his conduct off the field has seldom been an issue. Sherman acknowledged that he’s been struggling with his mental health, asked the court and his fans for patience, and expressed remorse… Read More »

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