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Bucks County DUI Driving Under the Influence Sobriety Checkpoints Scheduled

Bucks County DUI Driving Under the Influence Sobriety Checkpoints Scheduled

Bucks County’s Quakertown and Richland police departments, along with the Pennsylvania State Police of Troop M, Dublin, will be participating in a DUI safety initiative throughout Thanksgiving Day and the weekend. Beginning midnight Tuesday and running until midnight Sunday, motorists will be observed by roving patrol units and roadside sobriety checkpoints for possible DUI violations on area state highways. Other checkpoints and roving units will be active  across the state in an effort to reduce alcohol related incidents. Please be particularly careful if you are driving through these areas. Charged with a DUI? Contact the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or www.fioravantilaw.com for an experienced DUI...

Jessica and Ashlee Simpson’s Dad Pleads to DUI Drunk Driving

Jessica and Ashlee Simpson’s Dad Pleads to DUI Drunk Driving

Joe Simpson, father of Ashlee and Jessica Simpson, pleaded no contest to the charge of drunk driving and will serve three years of probation and attend an alcohol education class. The former minister entered the plea to one misdemeanor count of DUI through his attorney. A second count was dismissed. He avoided a potential prison sentence of up to a year in jail by pleading no contest to the DUI charge. Simpson was pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence at a DUI sobriety checkpoint about 10 p.m. last August on Ventura Boulevard in the Sherman Oaks area of L.A. He submitted to a breath test to determine his BAC, and spent the night in jail after his arrest. Charged with a DUI? Contact the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543...

Grant Money Given for More DUI Sobriety Checkpoints

Grant Money Given for More DUI Sobriety Checkpoints

Drivers in California can expect more DUI checkpoints and roadblocks, as well as extra police patrols attempting to catch drivers under the influence after the “Avoid the 30” program received a $385,000 grant from the state Office of Traffic Safety. The grant money will be spent on overtime and other expenses for law enforcement agencies to set up 13 sobriety checkpoints through next September 2013.“The main message is if you decided to become intoxicated and get behind the wheel, your chances of getting caught are very good,” the Riverside Police Chief stated. The state received the money from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Avoid the 30 DUI task force is so named to send the message that if motorists don’t drink or use drugs...

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