In this section, we share news stories we think will be of interest to our DUI clients. Follow changes in state law, outcomes of significant DUI cases, developments in defense strategies, and much more by reading our news articles. You can trust our attorneys to provide a reasonable perspective on stories that others may exaggerate or discredit.

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  • John Goodman Wins New Trial in DUI Manslaughter Case John Goodman was found guilty and sentenced to 16-years in prison for DUI manslaughter, his defense attorney never gave up on him and fought to win his case!
  • DUI Sobriety Check Point Tonight - 3600 Commercial Blvd Because the Florida Supreme Court has mandated prior announcement of selective law enforcement activities, the Broward Sheriff’s Office has issued a press release stating that DUI Task Force and district personnel, along with with police other agencies and surrounding municipalities, will be conducting a DUI sobriety checkpoint operation tonight at 3600 W. Commercial Blvd.  The press...
  • New Florida Law Lets DUI Defendants Keep Their Driver's License Until recently, people arrested for DUI in Florida faced very stiff administrative penaties from the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, however, new laws went into effect on July 1st.Under the old law, if someone took a breath test and blew a .08 BrAC or higher, or if they refused to take a chemical...
  • Former NFL Quarterback Bernie Kosar Arrested for DUI in Ohio Strong odor of an alcoholic beverage is not an indication of impairment. The odor alcohol on someone’s breath doesn’t equate to having drank a lot of alcohol.
  • Broward County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Imperato Arrested for DUI BOCA RATON, FL (November 6) – Broward County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Imperato was arrested late last night for DUI by Boca Raton Police. An anonymous call to the Boca PD at 9:50 p.m. described a white Mercedes-Benz, driving erratically in the area of 49 NE 2nd Street.  The caller thought the driver was impaired...
  • Supreme Court hears argument DUI breath testing machine case State Supreme Court justices were in a quandary during argument on a request for access to software that runs the only breath testing machines.
  • Listen to Your Friends: "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk!" An Arizona teenager is facing DUI manslaughter charges resulting from a crash that killed a friend.  Derren Gary Teran was charged just before Christmas with one count of DUI vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and two counts of DUI causing injury for the March 2013, crash that killed 18-year-old Victor Regalado Jr.  Teran and Regalado...
  • Mastering Scientific Evidence The Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the National College for DUI Defense co-sponsored Mastering Scientific Evidence in New Orleans. LA from March 21-23, 2013.  The seminar featured presentations from some of the best DUI Defense Attorneys from around the country.  The faculty was very impressive.  I learned a lot and came back fired up...
  • 49ers Player Released From Team After Third DUI San Francisco 49ers player, Aldon Smith, was dropped from the team after being arrested for DUI, hit-and-run, and vandalism on Thursday. The football star allegedly struck a parked car while parking, damaged the same car with his door, and then left his vehicle. Police officers were called to the scene and later arrested Smith following...