Tag Archives: drunk driving

DWI Suspect Chows Down – Picks Up New Charges

Kenneth Desormes of New York  expressed his contempt, or perhaps dismay, at his Breathalyzer test results by attempting to scarf them down.  This creative plan cover-up plan didn’t pan out, however, and the police served him up a steaming hot dish of new charges. Desormes would have been only charged with misdemeanor DWI, but his

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For Drunk Driving Firefighters in Austin The Party Is Over

Apparently there is a bit of a drunk driving pattern emerging among Austin’s brave men that battle blazes. Since January, six firefighters have been suspended for being arrested for suspicion of DWI.  The latest suspect was one of the brass, on July 11, Madison, a 29-year AFD veteran who receives the highest salary of any

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SCOTUS: Anonymous 911 caller is reasonable suspicion for DWI

Yet another blow was dealt by the Supreme Court on our civil liberties and our 4th amendment rights on April 22 when the Supreme Court held that California Highway Patrol officers had reasonable suspicion of DWI, and therefore were justified in conducting an investigative traffic stop where the only basis for the stop was that the vehicle matched a

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