Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Analyzing The DUI Case of Georgia State Representative Tom Taylor

According to this news report, Georgia State Representative Tom Taylor was arrested last week and charged with DUI in Rabun County. According to the report, Taylor, 54, had a blood-alcohol content of .225, nearly three times the legal limit, with juveniles in the vehicle, a loaded weapon and an open container.

This blog post Analyzes the DUI Case of Georgia State Representative Tom Taylor's DUI Arrest and the issues relating to each of the charges, including the DUI Enhancements.

Three More Charged: Just Another Reason to Hire a DUI Lawyer - The Loophole in Statute Allows Police to Arrest DUI Drivers Upon Conviction

According to another Orange County Sheriff’s Department Press Release, deputies from the Orange County’s Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) conducted an undercover “Court Sting” operation at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, California on Monday, March 14, 2016 – this is not the first time that the OCSD has conducted these types of “Court Sting” Operations. As some of you may recall, on Monday, June 1, 2015, (which was discussed in another one of my DUI blogs), the deputies conducted a similar undercover “Court Sting” operation at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, where, like here, offenders who had been told of their license suspension due to DUI or who had never been issued a driver’s license were staked out.

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