The Summer DUI Season Has Arrived

What many people do not know is that DUI arrests increase in the summer months.  Perhaps due to the higher incidence of enforcement by police and CHP in California.  According to one Santa Clarita DUI Attorney , the number of drunk driving tickets goes up at least 50 percent in July and August.  So what can be done to deal with this problem.  Well, first many experts agree that if you are going to drink alcohol do not drive within 6 hours from the time of last consumption.  second, if you are going to drink and drive limit the number of alcoholic beverages to the maximum allowed according to the DMV chart available at any DMV office.  Have fun this summer and do not let a DUI ruin your vacation.What many people do not know is that DUI arrests increase in the summer months.  Perhaps due to the higher incidence of enforcement by police and CHP in California.  According to one Santa Clarita DUI Attorney , the number of drunk driving tickets goes up at least 50 percent in July and August.  So what can be done to deal with this problem.  Well, first many experts agree that if you are going to drink alc

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Matthew Jay Ruff

Licensed since 1995

Member at firm Law Offices of Matthew J. Ruff

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RECENT POSTS

  • Phoning It In, The Law of Telephone Search Warrants Explained by a Torrance Lawyer
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