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Driver Arrested Following Nevada Car Crash

RENO, Nevada – Police believe alcohol may have played a role in a car accident that took place early this morning in Reno.

At around 4 a.m., a driver operating a 1995 Ford utility vehicle was traveling south on IR580 when he apparently lost control of the vehicle and drove into the temporary attenuator to the Moana off ramp. The vehicle then overturned and the driver had to be extricated.

According to Nevada Highway Patrol, several lanes had to be closed due to the incident and alcohol was believed to have played a part. The driver, 29-year-old Marcelino Fregososedano, was transported to Renown for the treatment of minor injuries and was then arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Driving under the influence is a serious crime and the penalties are just as severe.  Drivers convicted of intoxicated driving may have their driver’s license suspended, may have to pay exorbitant fines and worst of all, may be sent to jail. However, there is a way to contest DUI charges, especially if you believe you have been falsely accused of driving drunk. Turn to a leading DUI lawyer immediately to fight your charges in court.

DUI attorneys work diligently to make sure your case resolves with the best possible outcome. They will investigate the incident, speaking to any police and witnesses that were at the scene. If for some reason your attorney uncovers information regarding a false arrest, such as the officer using a faulty breath test or arresting you on suspicion of DUI alone, rest assured that they will do whatever it takes to have your charges dropped or at least lowered significantly.

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By |November 1st, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|

Kentucky Collision Gets One Man A DUI Charge

A Nashville man was charged with driving under the influence after being involved in a car crash Sunday morning on Interstate 65 in Kentucky.

Kentucky State Police Trooper Lonnie Hodges responded to the scene of the accident around 8 a.m. near the 44 mile marker on I-65 at the Barren/Edmonson county line. The intoxicated driver, Tony Farris, 51, of Nashville, had been heading north on I-65 in the emergency lane when he crashed into the guardrail of the highway.

Farris was taken into custody and charged with DUI and possession of alcohol. In addition, he was also cited for not wearing a seat belt and for driving without insurance.

Farris was placed in a cell at the Hart County Jail and his bond is set at $500.

Police are continuing to investigate the DUI accident.

A DUI, driving under the influence, charge is incurred when a motorist operates a motor vehicle while intoxicated on alcohol or drugs. Drivers who are convicted of DUI face strict penalties, including costly fines, having their license suspended or revoked, having their vehicle impounded, being ordered to install an ignition interlock device, or even being sent to prison. Although it may seem like the end of the world to be arrested for DUI, help is available. If you were arrested recently for intoxicated driving,  turn to a top DUI lawyer to discuss your options and file a case.

DUI lawyers will fight for your rights and work diligently to make sure your charges are either significantly diminished or dropped altogether. If your criminal attorney discovers you were unfairly charged, rest assured they will stop at nothing until you walk away from your case with a […]

By |October 29th, 2012|DUI News|1 Comment|

Alcohol to Blame for Fatal Texas Crash

SAN ANTONIO, TX – A 26-year-old father has been killed following a driving under the influence car crash in San Antonio.

The victim, Justin Lambaria, was killed after the vehicle he was a passenger in hit a concrete median and flipped into a creek on Shaenfield Road just after 1 a.m. Thursday morning.

According to Lambaria’s aunt, Rachel Camarano, the family is still in shock over their tragic loss.

“He was taken so soon from all of us,” said Camarano. “We will love him and miss him.”

Lambaria leaves behind two children.

According to the family, the man driving the vehicle is 26-year-old Jordan Lopez. He was taken to University Hospital following the accident and is recovering.

Police explain Lopez smelled of alcohol  at the scene of the DUI crash.  Lopez was charged with DUI manslaughter while recovering at the hospital and his bond is set at $50,000.

Driving under the influence is a serious crime, which may lead those accused to undergo punishments like being ordered to install an interlock ignition device, having their license revoked, and even going to jail.  However, DUI charge can be contested. If you were arrested for DUI, speak to a DUI lawyer immediately to contest your charges right away.

DUI attorneys do whatever it takes to make sure your case ends positively. Your lawyer will investigate the incident and determine if you were unfairly charged.  Many times, motorists are charged with DUI without sufficient evidence , but DUI defense lawyers can help you contest this. Your DUI attorney will not let you suffer punishments for a crime there is no proof you committed.

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By |September 21st, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|

Radio Personality Arrested for DUI

A popular Baltimore radio personality has been arrested for DUI following a three-car crash in Harford County on Sunday that resulted in five people being sent to area hospitals.

Stephen G. Smith, 48, known as Stash on radio station 98 Rock, was charged with driving under the influence, in addition to other traffic offenses related to the crash.

According to police, Smith was speeding in a Nissan Quest north on Route 24 when he rear-ended a Hyundai that was stopped at the signal near the intersection with Interstate 95. The impact of the crash pushed the Hyundai into an SUV which had also been stopped at the light.

Authorities say Smith drove roughly 300 feet away from the accident before stopping, but was not charged with leaving the scene of an accident. He claims he had merely drove forward to ensure his car was not in the middle of the intersection.

When officers arrived on-scene, they suspected Smith was intoxicated and charged him with drunk driving.

The driver of the Hyundai and four passengers sustained minor injuries and were transported  to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, where they were treated and later released. No one else sustained any injuries that required hospital treatment.

Smith was previously charged with DUI in October 2011 following an accident but was not convicted.

A DUI is a serious infraction that can affect a motorist’s life forever if convicted. A drunk driving charge is extremely difficult to beat, especially if you try to represent yourself in court, so to ensure the best possible outcome for your case, always hire a reputable DUI lawyer to represent you.

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By |July 25th, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|

Woman arrested for DUI following fatal car accident

DUI Lawyers Sacramento 300x188FAIRFIELD, CA – A Sacramento woman was arrested in Fairfield for suspicion of DUI on Sunday morning following a three-car crash that killed two victims and left two others injured.

Michelle Henry, 42, was arrested after rear-ending an SUV on Interstate 80 shortly after 5 a.m. The crash caused the vehicle to spin out of control due to the high speed at which Henry was traveling.

Henry’s 2008 Buick Lucerne hit a 1997 Ford Explorer, driven by Anthony Andrade, 33. The impact caused Andrade to lose control of his vehicle, and the vehicle overturned, coming to a stop on its roof.

Henry’s car flipped a number of times and also come to a rest on its roof.

Andrade and his front-seat passenger, Floyd Williams, Jr., jumped out of the vehicle and tried to free the third occupant in the car, Vincente Santos, 25. As this was happening, a third vehicle, driven by Michael Soto, 35, crashed into Andre and then into the vehicle itself.

Both Andrade and Santos were killed in the incident. Williams and Soto were transported to local hospitals to be treated for minor injuries.

Authorities are trying to determine whether the first accident was connected to the second. Henry was taken to NorthBay Medical Center where she was treated for minor injuries and later arrested for suspicion of felony DUI causing injury as well as for possession of a loaded firearm in her vehicle.

Driving under the influence charges are not easy to overcome and can stay on your record for a lifetime. If you have been charged with DUI, you can contest your charges to make sure your punishments are reduced. Speak with a

By |January 31st, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|