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Pro Golfer Arrested for DUI

PHOENIX, AZ – Pro Golfer Matthew Giles has been arrested on suspicion of DUI.

Giles, 22, probably took the worst shot of his career when he decided to get behind the wheel and crash into a single-family home in the Phoenix suburb of Gilbert on Monday.

According to police Giles was speeding when he attempted to make a left turn and lost control of his vehicle.

The accident also caused a natural gas line to rupture, but luckily, no one was injured.

Giles was arrested on suspicion of intoxication, pending results of a sobriety test in the next two weeks. A former college player at Southern California, Giles finished 66th the day before his DUI arrest at the Nationwide Tour’s TPC Stonebrae Championship in California.

No one is immune to being arrested for driving under the influence, but everyone has a right to fight back. If you were arrested for driving while intoxicated, contest your charges immediately with the help of a drunk driving lawyer. With an elite DUI attorney on your side, you can rest assured your case will end with the best possible outcome.

A DUI conviction has the power to completely ruin a motorist’s life. Punishments can include hefty fines, driver’s license revocation, community service, and even jail time. Not to worry though, drunk driving lawyers make it their mission to ensure you walk away from your case ahead. They will investigate the incident and if they find any evidence that you were unfairly charged, you can rest easy knowing your drunk driving lawyer will have your charges dismissed.

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By |April 20th, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|

Las Vegas man arrested after DUI hit and run

LAS VEGAS, NV – A Las Vegas man suspected of DUI was arrested Friday, March 16, after hitting a pedestrian and leaving the scene of the accident.

Ines Munoz, 40, was booked into the Clark County Detention Center and charged with felony DUI and hit and run.

Authorities explain the incident took place Mountain Vista Street and Margarete Avenue. Munoz was driving his 1999 Ford F150 pick-up northbound on Mountain Vista Street when he veered into the sidewalk and crashed into a pedestrian.

Munoz fled the scene but was later found at his residence and arrested by authorities.

The victim was taken to Sunrise Hospital’s trauma center with life-threatening injuries. The identity of the victim has not been released.

Driving under the influence (DUI) is punishable by multiple penalties, including expensive fines, license revocation and even jail time. In addition, a DUI conviction can also cause you to lose your job and hinder your chances of getting a new one. If you have been charged with driving under the influence, contact a drunk driving lawyer immediately to avoid incurring serious punishments.

Drunk driving lawyers do whatever it takes to ensure your charges are either significantly lowered or dropped completely. Many times, motorists are unfairly charged with DUI, either because of police suspicion or because they were issued a faulty breathalyzer test. If this has happened to you, rest assured that your drunk driving lawyer will not rest until you are cleared of all charges. Your attorney will stop at nothing to make sure your case ends with the best possible outcome.

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By |April 2nd, 2012|DUI News|Comments Off|

Flo Rida DUI Attorney Gets Judge to Agree on Deal

MIAMI BEACH, FL – Popular rapper Flo Rida has entered a deal after being arrested for DUI in Miami Beach.

This is Flo Rida’s first DUI offense. The artist’s DUI attorney told the Miami Herald on Wednesday that his client will enroll in the “Back on Track” program as part of the deal, which will require Flo Rida to perform several hours of community service as well as take DUI education classes.

The charges stem from a June 6 arrest, in which officers report witnessing the rapper driving erratically just before 4 a.m. His arrest report said the rapper, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, failed a field sobriety test and that his blood-alcohol level was twice the legal limit. In addition, officers alleged that his eyes were bloodshot and watery and that his speech was slurred.

Once he completes the program, Flo Rida will have his DUI charge amended to reckless driving with a withholding of adjudication.

A DUI has the power to completely change a motorist’s life forever if convicted. Not only will the motorist face penalties like losing their license or jail time, but a DUI conviction can also affect areas of a motorist’s personal life, including the ability to both get and keep a job. If you have incurred a DUI charge, it is not too late to fight for your rights. Turn to a skilled DUI lawyer immediately for legal assistance to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.

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By |December 14th, 2011|DUI News|1 Comment|

New York Public Library president charged with DWI

NEW YORK – Anthony Marx, the President of the New York Public Library, was charged with DWI and operating a motor vehicle while impaired.

Marx was observed to have “sideswiped a parked vehicle with a… car registered to the library.” According to police, his blood alcohol content level was at 0.19 percent, which is over twice the legal limit of 0.08 percent.

Marx was operating a 2009 Audi on the day of the incident when he hit a parked car while driving in reverse on East 138th Street. Police reported his eyes were bloodshot and watery and that his breath smelled of alcohol. He pleaded not guilty to the DWI incident but issued an apology for any embarrassment he may have caused to the library and his family.

Driving while intoxicated is a serious crime, punishable with several penalties, including losing one’s driver’s license or even going to jail. However, there is a chance to beat a DWI charge if fought on time. If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, speak to a leading DWI lawyer immediately to contest your charges.

DWI lawyers do whatever it takes to ensure your charges are reduced or even wiped out altogether. Your DWI lawyer will investigate the incident, speak to police and witnesses and get to the bottom of what really happened. Sometimes, motorists are charged with DWI even though they were not intoxicated. Either the motorist was arrested on officer suspicion alone or was issued a faulty breath test. If either of these things has happened to you, rest assured that your DWI lawyer will not let you suffer punishment for a crime you did not commit.

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By |November 10th, 2011|DUI News|1 Comment|