Sober or Slammer Campaign Aims to End DUI Deaths

South Carolina Begins Sober or Slammer Campaign to End DUI Accidents and Deaths South Carolina will step up law enforcement presence beginning Friday, August 15th, running through Labor Day in September, as part of the Sober or Slammer campaign working to prevent DUI accidents and deaths on SC’s roads.  South Carolina DUI charges are serious and have serious consequences. The South Carolina Department of Public Safety has partnered with hospitals, first responders, and law enforcement agencies all over the state as part of the anti-DUI … [Read more...]

Arizona Overturns Marijuana DUI Ruling

Arizona Court Says Lingering Marijuana Not Enough to Prosecute for DUI Currently, 21 states and Washington, DC have passed legislation allowing medical use of marijuana, and two states – Colorado and Washington State – allow recreational use of the drug. These laws, however, have led to more DUI arrests related to marijuana use, and complicated DUID (Driving Under the Influence of Drugs) laws. Arizona, although it allows medical marijuana use, has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to intoxication and DUI law, and until recently, people … [Read more...]

WVU Quarterback Charged with DUI

WVU back Travis Bell Arrested on DUI Charges West Virginia University redshirt junior quarterback Travis Bell has been arrested on DUI charges, his second criminal charge in less than a year. The incident occurred on Sunday night, December 1st, around 3 AM. After an argument with his girlfriend outside a parked vehicle, the 22 year old was stopped by police officers and failed all field sobriety tests. He was booked for DUI, as well as driving with a suspended or revoked license. The Florida native had his license revoked for failure … [Read more...]