A quick update on Justin Bieber’s DUI case… It pays off to hire a great DUI defense attorney, and Justin Bieber is probably ecstatic with the plea deal that his defense attorney has been negotiating for him. Apparently, the Miami prosecutors have unofficially offered Justin the deal to drop all three charges of; DUI, resisting arrest, and driving without a license, if Justin pleads no contest to a reckless driving charge. Now that’s a sweet deal! Dropping three charges which included a DUI and pleading no contest (aka guilty) to one lesser offense such as reckless driving, Justin better take it!
Additionally, Justin Bieber’s defense attorney has halted the random drug testing that Miami prosecutors were initially asking for… another score for Team Bieber!
Thus Bieber will plead guilty to reckless driving, of which he may have to pay some fines for, and then he will be placed on probation for about a year during which he will be required to keep his hands clean of all criminal activity while in the United States.
Team Bieber should wrap up negotiations and finalize the DUI deal within the next couple of weeks.
See my previous blog “Justin Bieber’s DUI Attorney Is Doing His Job,” for more insight on J.B.’s DUI arrest.
Written by SAO
Washington State DUI News – Starting this evening at 6PM the California Highway Patrol (CHP), Washington State Patrol (WSP), and Oregon State Police (OSP) will be gearing up for the three state collaboration “I-5 Challenge” encouraging holiday drivers to follow driving laws while traveling along the I-5 corridor. The goal of the “I-5 Challenge” is to educate drivers and to reduce and eliminate fatalities during the holiday season. The three states announced the following challenge to west coast travelers: Arrive Alive on I-5 this holiday weekend.
CHP, WSP, and OSP will be focused on stopping travelers that are speeding, driving recklessly, driving while distracted (on cell phones etc.), driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs and/or alcohol, and failing to use safety belts or child safety seats. The increased patrols will be located all along Interstate 5 from the southern city of San Diego California, through Oregon, and as far north as Bellingham, Washington. The “I-5 Challenge” runs from November 27th through Thanksgiving weekend and will end on December 1st.
The state patrol has provided drivers four simple strategies to follow to make for safe holiday travel.
- Slow Down
- Pack Your Patience
- Drive Sober
- Buckle UP
If the Washington State Highway Patrol arrests you for reckless driving or DUI during the holidays, call David O Defense (206) 459-6392 immediately to speak directly with a highly qualified criminal defense attorney.
Written by S.O
This story takes the cake, it’s so unbelievable, yet somehow so believable. Robbie Knievel, son of the famous daredevil Evil Knievel was arrested a few days ago for DUI. Here’s the catch, Robbie was driving a motor home while under the influence and crashed it into multiple mobile homes and then fled the scene without stopping once. The city of Sturgis police later found Robbie in a parking lot near the scene of the crime still inside his RV texting on his phone. So crazy, did Robbie not realize he ran a large vehicle into large objects “houses” and think he could drive off without anyone knowing?
According to South Dakota police reports, Robbie may not have known what he was doing since he was obliterated while driving the motor home, he blew a 0.228 (three times the DUI legal limit) shortly after failing the DUI field sobriety tests. Robbie, also a daredevil like his father, was arrested and charged with DUI. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was charged with hit and run and reckless driving on top of the DUI charges.
South Dakota has already suspended his driver’s license and fined him $600.00.
Talk about a stunt that should never be repeated, Robbie is lucky he didn’t hurt anyone.
Written by S.O