Category Archives: DWI

Bexar County Assistant D.A. Advises Friend Against Breath Test

An assistant district attorney from Bexar County was recently fired after advising a friend, stopped for suspicion of DWI, to refuse a breath test. With less than a year of prosecuting cases in the DA’s office, Tara D. Richardson has … Continue reading

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Will Deep Lung Devices Decrease Wrong-Way Accidents?

On Tuesday afternoon NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman led a meeting discussing recent investigations concerning wrong-way accidents. The meeting adjourned after arriving at the conclusion that deep lung devices (DLD’s) should be assigned in an effort to mitigate the frequency … Continue reading

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Deferred Adjudication for DWI?

AUSTIN, Texas – A new legislative proposal would allow first-time drunken drivers (DWI) in Texas to be acquitted if they complete supervision and treatment, a move supporters say would reduce court backlogs and shift the judicial system’s focus to punishing repeat … Continue reading

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California Man “Loses” Child Following Night of Heavy Drinking

A 3-year-old was located late Sunday night following a frenzied search over 24 hours after his intoxicated father lost him after leaving a wedding reception in Pasedena, California. Dylan Kurihara was found asleep in his car seat in his father’s … Continue reading

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