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"We are concerned any time an individual is injured while in police custody," said Tallahassee Police Chief Dennis Jones. "Our job is to serve and protect, and that includes victims and suspects. We regret that Ms. West was injured.
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— TPD Officers Matthew Smidt And Chris Ormerod Were Suspended Tuesday Night After Release Of Shocking Video.
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… Sunday, September 15, 2013 … Tallahassee Democrat Newspaper … Page 4A …

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… OFFICER CHRISTOPHER ORMEROD

… Age: 28
… Rank: Police Officer
… Assignment: Patrol
… Supervisor: Sgt. Bill Faust
… Date of Hire: Jan. 22, 2008
… Years of service: 5

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— OFFICER BIOS

… OFFICER MATTHEW SMIDT

… Age: 38
… Rank: Police Officer, field training officer
… Assignment: Patrol
… Current supervisor: Sgt. George Creamer, Jr.
… Date of hire: Dec. 11, 2007
… Years of service: 5
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By: Julie Montanaro – Email
Updated: Wed 2:51 AM, Sep 11, 2013

… RAW VIDEO: Dashcam Captures Arrest 9-10-13
… Dashcam Video Shows Exchange Between West And Officers 9-10-13 11pm
… Police Department Speaks On Brutality Claims 9-10-13 11pm
… Officials Respond To Dashcam Video 9-10-13 6pm
… Woman Claims Brutality In DUI Arrest 9-10-13 5pm
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— Press Release: Tallahassee Police Department

City Releases Details on DUI / Use of Force Incident

At 2:10 a.m. on Saturday, August 10, Tallahassee Police Department patrol officers were called to the area of Delaney Drive and Kilkenny Way in northeast Tallahassee, regarding a vehicle crashing into a house at 3501 Kilkenny Drive. Responding officers located the driver – Ms. Christina West – who stated she was returning from Panama City, FL. While turning onto Limerick Drive from Delaney Drive, Ms. West appeared to have accelerated, missing the right turn at Kilkenny Drive. The vehicle continued straight striking a light pole, stop sign, and continued forward into the yard of 3501 Kilkenny Drive, finally striking the house. Ms. West had three students in her vehicle (all under the age of 18) at the time of the crash. Ms. West said the three were foreign exchange students.

The vehicle came to rest inside the master bedroom of the residence. The owners were not home at the time of the incident. A City of Tallahassee utility crew responded to secure live wires from the light pole. During the subsequent investigation of the crash, Ms. West failed a sobriety test and she reported she had been taking prescription medication while drinking alcoholic beverages prior to the accident. Ms. West was initially arrested without incident, but was removed from the car when it was discovered she had slipped her hands out of the handcuffs. At that time, she resisted arrest, and a struggle ensued in which Ms. West was restrained on the ground in order to facilitate the placement of handcuffs. Ms. West was taken to Leon County Jail where she was recommended for medical treatment. She was then transported to the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (TMH) for medical clearance, which she received before being transported back to jail for processing. Ms. West sustained a broken orbital bone along with scrapes and bruises to her body.

At TMH, while being cared for by the hospital staff, Ms. West continued disruptive behavior that resulted in charges for assault being filed against her by the nurse on duty.

The officers completed a use of force report documenting the incident, per department policy.

"We are concerned any time an individual is injured while in police custody," said Tallahassee Police Chief Dennis Jones. "Our job is to serve and protect, and that includes victims and suspects. We regret that Ms. West was injured.

"We train our officers in appropriate use of force procedures and my job as Chief is to gather all the facts to determine the appropriateness in this case," Jones said.

Chief Jones has called for an internal investigation, which will include interviews with all the individuals on the scene that night and at the hospital. It will also include reviewing the video to better determine exactly what happened. From a law enforcement perspective, the purpose is to have all the facts of the case so that the chief can take the appropriate action.

The case was sent to the State Attorney, which is standard procedure. In this case, the State Attorney’s office made the decision to dismiss the charges of assault on a police officer(s) as well as charges for assault filed against Ms. West by the nurse at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. The remaining charge of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is awaiting toxicology results.

"We understand that the video is disturbing to watch and it is for us too. We use cameras to help capture events such as this and are making the entire video available as we continue our internal investigation," said Jones.

The city has posted the 45-minute video of the incident, the Probable Cause Affidavit and the Use of Force Report on the city’s website talgov.com/TPD. The probable cause affidavit and use of force report are also attached and the video may also be accessed on the Police Department YouTube site .
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UPDATED by Julie Montanaro
September 10, 2013

A woman claims Tallahassee Police officers slammed her into a patrol car and onto the ground during a drunk driving stop.

Dash cam video of the arrest was released today. Her attorney calls it "brutal."

Christina West was arrested for drunk driving and assaulting an officer on August 10th.

West says officers slammed her face into the patrol car and threw her onto the ground … breaking her cheek bone, bloodying her nose and more. She’s had two surgeries so far.

The video shows officers getting Christina West out of the patrol car and then an officer yelling "Don’t ****ing touch me." The video shows officers then pushing West onto the back of a patrol car and then to the ground. The video shows officers putting a knee to her neck and proceeding to handcuff her. You can hear West screaming for the men to stop.

"I had a physical reaction to that tape the first time I saw that video. It’s bad," West’s attorney Fred Conrad said.

Christina West was ultimately put back in the patrol car and taken to the hospital. Her injuries were photographed there. West was brusied on her shoulders, legs and back. Photos show she had a black eye that was swollen shut.

"I don’t care if she was drunker than cooter brown and took a breath test and blew through the moon … that’s not warranted. That’s not okay," Conrad said.

It happened just after 3am on August 10th. Arrest reports say West plowed through the front wall of a house in Killearn – at the corner of Kilkenny West and Limerick Drive.

The Sawner’s say luckily they were not home that weekend, because the SUV came right through the wall of their bedroom.

"It pushed our bed all the way to the back side of the house…and tore it all to pieces," homeowner Bobbie Sawner said. She said she’s glad to be alive and glad the woman and the teens with her survived the crash too.

When officers Ormerod and Smidt arrived on scene, they put West through a series of field sobriety tests. They say she was slurring her words and had trouble keeping her balance. The video was all captured by a camera in Officer Smidt’s car.

The confrontation started when officers asked West to get out of the car to sign a breath test consent form. You can hear her say "Yes,sir" on the tape, but she continued to ask about her husband and her childrens’ car seats.

Here’s how Officer Chris Ormerod described what happened when he tried to place her in handcuffs.

He wrote in his incident report: "West was placed on the ground where she began to thrash and kick wildly. West kicked me in the groin area and kicked officer Schmidt in the leg." He goes on to write, "West was placed in a thigh lock on the ground as I secured her hands. While handcuffing West’s hands, she continued to violently make attempts to grab for my groin area with her hands."

West was charged with driving under the influence, battery on a law enforcement offier and aggravated assault on an officer.

"It was a very disturbing video to me," State Attorney Willie Meggs said.

Meggs says the DUI case is still pending, but he has dropped the battery and assault charges and is still trying to figure out what to do next.

"I didn’t see anything in the video that would cause me to believe that this woman needed anybody to use any type of force or restraint on her," Meggs said.

We have asked both Tallahassee Police and the city attorney for comment. They have not yet responded.

The video shows West did consent to a breathalyzer test on scene, but it never happened because of the scuffle. In their reports, officers say, she refused a blood test at the hospital.

You can see a portion of the video tape on our web site. We warn you some of the language is graphic.
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By: Julie Montanaro
September 10, 2013

Tallahassee, FL – A Tallahassee woman claims Tallahassee Police Officers slammed her against a patrol car and then to the pavement when she was arrested for DUI.

44-year-old Christina West was arrested August 10th after she ran off the road and struck a house in Killearn.

The state attorney calls the dash cam video of the arrest one of the most disturbing videos he’s ever seen.

Eyewitness News has a copy of that video. A copy of that video will be posted online shortly.
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— RonaldReaganRepublican JeffDeVore • 13 minutes ago −

I believe better training could have possibly avoided the escalation moment. The TPD officers should have put the smaller set of handcuffs on her and then removed the larger set in order for her to be remained restrained. One shot of pepper spray would have changed her drunk tune quickly or any other safety measures available before use of force. The officers allegedly broke the orbital bone on her face which requires large force.
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— FredSmithIV JeffDeVore • 30 minutes ago −

which part of her "pleading to be listened to" are you referring to? The whino screeches from the banshee? That’s "Overacting by Drunk Women 101." Did you actually look at/listen to the whole video? Yeah, she was whining when they finally put her under arrest, but, the whole falling on the pavement thing seems to be her fault and I have looked at it numerous times. I’m a survivor of years of domestic abuse, so, don’t think I turn a blind eye to that kind of stuff, but, I REALLY don’t think she was a victim of anything more than her own alcohol abuse.
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— Vic FredSmithIV • 12 minutes ago −

way too much logic in this remark.
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— Harry JeffDeVore • an hour ago −

By definition, was she resisting arrest by not following orders? Are their consequences for breaking rule?
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— Harry JeffDeVore • an hour ago −

You seem like somebody who would understand the process but apparently you aren’t. She was under arrest as soon as the police made initial contact. Handcuffs or not. If she ran away from them, she’s resisting arrest. If the cops ask her to get out of the car and she refuses, she’s resisting arrest. The only way to get her to comply was forcefully. I know you like to egg on the idiots but you know as well as I do what the judgment will be. She assaulted a cop, watch her feet just before they tackle her, she’s kicking the one cop in the balls. I would have punched her, not thrown her on the ground.
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— FredSmithIV Harry • 24 minutes ago −

Forgive me, Lord, but, I agree with Harry on this one, for the most part. I’ll try to work with him on his spelling later.
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— Harry FredSmithIV • 17 minutes ago −

Spelling? You must spell differently than the dictionary.
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— Vic • 2 hours ago −

The bottom line is she was driving drunk and ran into a house. Fortunately she did not injure or kill anyone in her car or in the house. She was not obedient to the officers and had an attitude. If you do not obey authority expect consequences. Law enforcement officers are not paid to be punching bags or to take garbage from the public.
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— Vic MagicManInTheSky • 22 minutes ago −

It does not matter the size of the person when alcohol or drugs are involved in the situation. They make people do stupid things and with the adredlin running causes the situation to escalate resulting in abnormal strength & reaction to the situation.. A take down to the pavement is a natural training reaction. It is easy to be an arm chair quarterback after any incident.
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— The Idiot • 3 hours ago −

Remember Tallahassee, when TPD show up to a wreck where a car has been driven into a house, it will not be treated as a medical emergency.
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— Sarahs Fine • 3 hours ago −

If I were Mr. Conrad I’d write a dollar figure on the back of that photo of her crushed face and slide it across the table to Mr. Shelly and say take it or leave it. Because when a jury sees those injuries emotions take over.
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— Bamanoles1 • 3 hours ago −

For those that haven’t looked it up, Mrs. West is 44 years old, 5′ 6" tall and is listed at 120 pounds. No other opinion offered, just stating what it says on the arrest/probable cause affidavit. www.tallahassee.com/ass...
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— DaffyDillyO Bamanoles1 • 2 hours ago −

So basically she was driving around drunk with bunch of minors in the car. What a model citizen!
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Report Card (Leon County) … 4th Grade Teacher In Leon County Arrested for D.U.I and Marijuana Possession Has Previous Record (Mon 7:56 PM, Aug 13, 2012) …item 2.. Rickards High Softball Coach Arrested for Soliciting Minor (Thu 10:58 PM, Aug 16, 2012)


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Bartlett is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the case. Court records show she has been arrested for DUI twice before- once in 1995 and once in 1997. The second time it was reduced to a reckless driving charge.
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An undercover operation lands a man in jail for soliciting a minor. That man turned out to be a Milan Ivey, a Girls Softball Coach at Rickards High School. Tallahassee Police say over the past several days they had been talking to Ivey through email posing as a 13- year old girl.
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4th Grade Teacher In Leon County Arrested for D.U.I and Marijuana Possession Has Previous Record

Filed under: Law Enforcement, Government Officials, Crimes by thetallahasseeo — Leave a comment August 14, 2012

Posted: Mon 7:56 PM, Aug 13, 2012

Reporter: Eyewitness News; Lanetra Bennett Email | WCTV.Tv
4th Grade Teacher Arrested for D.U.I and Marijuana Possession Has Previous Record

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[UPDATE] Tallahassee, Florida- August 13, 2012- 7:30pm

A Tallahassee school teacher is arrested for Driving under the influence and smoking marijuana in her car. Court records show this is the third time the elementary school teacher has been arrested for drinking and driving.

A spokesperson for Leon County Schools confirms that Jacqueline Bartlett was a 4th grade teacher here at Ruediger Elementary and has been teaching in Leon County for nearly 30 years.

People say Bartlett was a well-liked teacher. They were shocked to hear that this weekend’s D.U.I. arrest was not the school teacher’s first time.

Matthew Hill is about to be a sophomore in high school but, says he remembers his fourth grade teacher at Ruediger Elementary School in Tallahassee: “She was my favorite teacher. It upsets me a little bit. She was a real cool teacher. She let me slide on a lot of stuff.”

Police didn’t let Bartlett slide…She was arrested for D.U.I. and having marijuana. The arrest report says when officers were called to a crash at Lakeshore and North Monroe Street an officer says he smelled the strong odor of alcohol coming from Bartlett’s car.

The officer says as soon as he walked up to Bartlett she said, “I’m a hardened criminal, you need to take me in. Apply the handcuffs.”

The arrest report says while the officer was explaining one of the field sobriety tests, Bartlett started reciting her alphabet twice and had to be told to stop. The officer noted that the school teacher sang, “L,M.N,O,B”…instead of “L,M,N,O,P” and “S,T,R.V” instead of “S,T,U,V”.

Court records show that this is the third time since 1995 that Bartlett has been arrested for drinking and driving.

Bartlett is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the case. Court records show she has been arrested for DUI twice before- once in 1995 and once in 1997. The second time it was reduced to a reckless driving charge.

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[UPDATE] Tallahassee, Florida- August 13, 2012- 2:41pm
The spokesperson for Leon County Schools, Chris Petley, says, “The teacher has been placed on administrative leave and will go through due process and our policies.”
Petley says Bartlett has been an employee since 1983.
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August 13, 2012
Eyewitness News has confirmed that a fourth grade teacher with Leon County Schools has been arrested. 62 year old Jacqueline Bartlett was arrested for D-U-I and possession of marijuana.

The Leon County Jail booking report shows that Jacqueline Bartlett was arrested and charged with D-U-I on Saturday. The Leon County Schools spokersperson has confirmed that Bartlett is a teacher at Ruediger Elementary School.

Ruediger’s school website lists Jacqueline Bartlett as a fourth grade teacher.

The charges listed on this past weekend’s booking report include DUI and damage property. It also includes refuse to submit to DUI test, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, and drug paraphernalia.

We have learned that Bartlett has a previous record.

Leon County Court Records show that this is the school teacher’s third arrest for drunk driving. The first was in February of 1995. Records show Bartlett pled no contest to a lesser charge of wreckless driving in her second drunk driving arrest in March 1997.

According to the probably cause report, Tallahassee Police responded to the scene of a traffic crash where Bartlett was believed to be at fault.

An officer says as soon as he walked up to Bartlett’s vehicle, she said, ‘I’m a hardened criminal, you need to take me in.’ ‘Apply the handcuffs.’

The officer says he could smell the strong odor of alcohol coming from Bartlett’s vehicle.

According to TPD, during a field sobriety exercise, Bartlett started incorrectly reciting her alphabet and had to be told to stop. The officer says Bartlett said, “L,M,N,O,B” instead of “L,M,N,O,P” and “S,T,R,V” instead of “S,T,U,V.”

According to the report, at one point during the field sobriety test, Bartlett said she forgot to return her hands to her side because she has ‘CRS’ which she explained stands for “Can’t Remember…” followed by and expletive. The report says Bartlett told the officer he needed to smile.

The entire probably cause report is attached to this story.
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[UPDATE] Rickards High Softball Coach Arrested for Soliciting Minor

Coach Milan Ivey Expects to Meet Girl, Greeted by Police 8-16 11pm

LIVE: Rickards Coach Shows Up to Meet 13 Year Old in Undercover Sting 8-16 6pm
LIVE: Rickards High Coach Arrested for Soliciting a Minor 8-16 5pm
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Tallahassee, Florida- August 16, 2012- 6:25 pm

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An undercover operation lands a man in jail for soliciting a minor. That man turned out to be a Milan Ivey, a Girls Softball Coach at Rickards High School. Tallahassee Police say over the past several days they had been talking to Ivey through email posing as a 13- year old girl.

During that email exchange undercover officers arranged to meet Ivey at a store near the intersection of Old Bainbridge Road and Tharpe Street. That’s when just after eight last night, Ivey arrived at that location and officers arrested him.

Police say Ivey also used to coach at the YMCA, is a former Coach of the ‘Blue Angels girls softball team’ and had also worked at FAMU high school as a coach there.

Leon County Schools Chief of Safety and Security, John Hunkiar told WCTV that Ivey has been terminated from his position as Coach. He also went on to say that Ivey only worked at the school as a coach and was not in the classroom. He had been Coach since February of last year. Hunkiar says when the school hired Ivey there was a full background check that came up clear.
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Tallahassee, Florida- August 16, 2012

Undercover officers with the Tallahassee Police Department made contact with a male via the internet and began to exchange sexually explicit emails, which lasted several days. The undercover officers were posing as a 13 year old female who had posted an ad.

During the email exchange, the undercover officers arranged to meet the male (later identified as Milan Ivey) at a store located near the intersection of Old Bainbridge Road and Tharpe Street. At approximately 8:15pm last night Mr. Ivey arrived at the location and was placed under arrest and transported to the Leon County Jail.

Further investigation by TPD in conjunction with the Leon County School Board, revealed Mr. Ivey is a girls’ softball coach at Rickards High School, a former YMCA coach and a former coach of the “Blue Angels Girls Softball Team.” Mr. Ivey also worked at the FAMU
High School as a coach in the past.

TPD Investigators with the Special Victims Unit are asking anyone with information about this case, or anyone who Mr. Ivey may have had inappropriate contact with in the past, to call the Tallahassee Police Department at (850) 891-4200 or Crime Stoppers at (850) 574-TIPS.

The probable cause for this case is attached to this release.

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Milan Ivey Black Male DOB: 12/17/89
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Santa Ana DUI Attorneys Launch a New Video with Important Links and Useful Information Regarding a Drunk Driving Arrest

(PRWEB) March 21, 2013

The residents of Santa Ana can now take assurance in the fact that there is something useful for them out there regarding a DUI arrest and what to expect after it. The video gives important links that help you get in touch with a seasoned attorney before it gets too late. The DUI defense attorneys in Santa Ana hope the video is received with tremendous praise, and support since its goal is to help Santa Ana residents learn what happens after a DUI arrest. A DUI arrest can be quite disturbing, not just for the person who commits the crime but also for his or her family members and close friends. A lot of people are not even aware of this seriousness of this offense and various legalities involved afterwards. It can called by many different names, DUI,DWI and thats why it becomes confusing at times. It is therefore very important to get as much information about it as possible, and then act accordingly and with legal representation. The first and foremost shock that the driver gets is the suspension or revocation of their drivers license either permanently (in some cases) or for an indefinite period of time till further notice. In some states, the person who is arrested for DUI is terminated from employment and may be given no chance in future to get re-hired by the same company. A DUI on an individuals criminal record doesnt look good, and the person may be unable to be hired for certain jobs because of it. All these consequences are very troubling especially if the driver has been an honest and careful citizen in the past. To learn more about what to expect from a DUI arrest in Santa Ana, or to view the latest video offered by the DUI defense lawyers visit, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iegKz97aZsk

The Santa Ana DUI lawyers have decided to act on behalf of these individuals who are looking for information about what to do. They have launched a video to display useful details regarding the DUI arrest in Santa Ana. Their objective is to help educate individuals who until their arrest had no idea how dreadful this type of an offense can be especially in Orange County where many people are taken into custody annually for DUI. Some states have separate laws for driving under intense influence (DUII) and driving while intoxicated (DWI). On the other hand, all these terms mean the same thing in some areas. The license is usually returned to the owner at the end of the suspension or revocation, but the driver has to be pay some fee to get it re-issued. The fee can range anywhere from $ 100 to $ 200 depending on the state you live in. The penalties for this criminal act vary depending on the amount of BAC or blood alcohol content in the persons blood when he or she was arrested for drunk driving. The limits are different for different jobs, some as low as 0.04% but usually more than 0.08% marks an offense. The minimum sentence can range from a few hours in jail and a heavy fine to many years behind the bars along with confiscation of the drivers license, and a permanent restriction to drive. All these details have been clearly conveyed in the video and its links released by the DUI Attorneys in Santa Ana.

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Fullerton DUI Lawyers Chris Koch & Associates Satisfy Their Clients by Launching a Very Enlightening Video on YouTube Explaining Everything Related to a DUI Arrest

Fullerton, California (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

Keeping in view the number of people in Fullerton and its neighboring cities who are unaware of the seriousness related to a DUI arrest, the attorneys here in town decided to launch an enlightening video on YouTube that explains what to expect after a person gets arrested on DUI charges. Every state has its own rules and regulations regarding this type of offense, and the time period for which a drivers license is suspended depends on the state you are living in. Moreover, the person who has been arrested needs to act quickly and because of this, he needs the assistance of an experienced Fullerton DUI attorney in the area who would speak on his clients behalf on the DMV hearing. When it comes to DUI arrests, there are many questions that need to be answered. Many of people consult with attorneys to get those answers; however, they are related to pretty straight forward concepts, and so every resident of Orange County should be aware of them beforehand. The popular DUI attorneys in Fullerton recently released a very useful video for the benefit of their clients located in this city and its surrounding areas. It has been uploaded to YouTube for easy access and should receive positive feedback and comments since its launch. To learn more about a DUI arrest or what to expect from a criminal court, or to talk to one of the lawyers directly visit, http://www.duiattorneyorangecountyca.com/dui-attorney-fullerton-ca/

The video explains that the person who has been arrested for DUI needs to contact the DMV within 10 days of the arrest. If the individual fails to do so, they give up the right to approach a court for an appeal. If a person owns a California drivers license, it will go into suspension for a period of 30 days. However, the driver is given a temporary drivers license in the form of a pink paper, which allows him to drive during those 30 days. If, however, the person does contact the DMV within 10 days of the arrest, his California license remains valid till the decision is given out by the court. In Fullerton and Orange County, the drivers license is confiscated at the time of the arrest and mailed to the DMV for consideration of suspension. These rules and regulations have been clearly discussed in the video by the Fullerton DUI attorneys. After the arrest, the license is returned to the owner when the suspension period expires or the court sets the suspension aside. However, to be entitled to a hearing at the DMV, individuals should request the services of an experienced DUI attorney in Orange County California. To view the latest video by the Orange County lawyers visit, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2g4TKOeJF_Q

In addition to the above-mentioned points, the video also gives important links that a person can follow to get in touch with DUI attorneys in town. A lawyer can be chosen by specifying your budget and other requirements as well as by looking at the experience and rating of a particular criminal lawyer providing services in Fullerton. Make an informed decision in this regard by learning about all the concepts related to a DUI arrest in Fullerton, and its surrounding areas.

San Diego DUI Defense Lawyers Launch an Enlightening Video on Arrest for Driving Under the Influence

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2013

Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is considered a serious offense in San Diego with many possible consequences that can be terrible. The DUI defense attorneys in San Diego have therefore released an informative video on YouTube that serves as a useful source for those who have been the arrested for drunk driving. The video is also helpful for those looking for information for close friends or relatives who want to help their loved ones get out of trouble quickly and an easy as possible. The video explains in clear and simple terms what should be expected after such an event has taken place, and gives tips on how to be cautious in future after the license has been re-issued to you. A DUI arrest takes place as a result of a small traffic violation, in most cases. Most other violations are handled by issuing a ticket, and the matter is usually resolved when the person who offended the authorities pays off his dues. However, a DUI offense is a bit different as it has many dire consequences including a revocation or suspension of the drivers license, a permanent ban to drive, a huge fee, and in many cases some hours or even days to be spent behind the bars. A lot of people in California and particularly in San Diego are unaware of these consequences, and therefore they may take this type of offense very lightly. This is not advised by DUI defense attorneys everywhere, the attorneys in San Diego believe it is best to have proper legal representation when an individual is arrested for DUI. The best way to handle such an arrest is to get in touch with an experienced attorney in San Diego to discuss the arrest. However, before doing this individuals should be aware of all the underlying concepts and details of this type of arrest to properly defend ones legal rights accordingly and on time. To speak with a DUI lawyer in San Diego or to view the video offered by the criminal defense firm visit, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6K5n35rELbI

Because of this reason, the DUI attorneys in San Diego recently launched a very useful video on YouTube so that their clients could learn the concepts before approaching them for help. For those who want to get out of this trouble as soon as possible, and who wish to hit the road once again and put the past behind them, this video proves to be quite helpful and effective.The DUI attorneys know there are many exceptions to the general law that governs this type of arrest and therefore its important to obtain as much information possible to live like a regular person once again. Individuals need to remember that the severity of punishment is more if multiple convictions have occurred regarding this particular matter. Individuals need to take extra caution if they have already been arrested for DUI before in the San Diego or some other city of the United States. Moreover, the chances of getting your license re-issued become weak if it the individuals has prior arrests or was expired at the time of arrest. These and other things should be discussed with your attorney before going to court or contacting the authorities for re-issuance of your drivers license.

The DUI defense attorneys in San Diego use only the best SEO professional to assist the DUI law firm marketing in promoting the message about the importance of speaking with an experienced DUI attorney in San Diego CA. The firm looks to help someone that has been arrested, and is in need of an attorney. The firm continues its online presence by offering free consultations and information on criminal defense on the firms blog and social media pages. This information along with free consultations the firm hopes to attract more San Diego residents looking to speak to an attorney. To learn more about the law firm visit the company DUI attorney San Diego Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/DuiAttorneySanDiego

About Christopher Koch: Graduate of University of San Diego School of Law Admitted to practice law November 2001. The law office is experienced in criminal defense, very well respected and locally connected in San Bernardino, San Diego, and Orange Counties. As a local attorney in these jurisdictions he has the ability to get the best possible outcome for clients. For more information about a free consultation or to speak with the best DUI attorney in San Diego, contact the firm at 877-227-9128.

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Irvine DUI Lawyer Accepting Payment Plans For Drunk Driving Arrest In Orange County California

(PRWEB) August 30, 2012

One of Orange Countys leading DUI law firms, Chris Koch and Associates are offering payment plans for DUI defense cases, so individuals can retain an Irvine DUI lawyer. The DUI law firm has already picked up new arrest cases with the free consultation advertising campaigns that ran recently. The Orange County DUI law firm knows that in these rough financial times individuals that need proper legal defense might not be able to afford it. By offing the payment plan option the firm hopes that individuals that have been arrest in Irvine for suspicion of drunk driving can not only speak to an Orange County DUI lawyer for free, but can also make payment as well.

A DUI arrest charge is a very serious matter, and it is essential to have an Irvine DUI lawyer on ones side to properly defend them. Penalties from a conviction of DUI are very serious, and have the convicted individual dealing with issues arising from the arrest for year. Those issues may be the following: serving jail time, fines (monetary restitution), driving privileges (possible revocation, suspension or restriction) & DMV penalties, and attend drug & alcohol abuse classes at the individuals expense, and any other penalties or fines imposed by the court. Insurance costs are another item to be concerned with, they also will be measured on your conviction of a DUI in Irvine California. The arrested individual may be required to file for SR22 insurance in order to obtain a valid drivers license. DUI convections also cost the individual a lot of money and time dealing with all that goes into court and fines. To learn more about how an Irvine DUI lawyer will accept payment plans speak to a DUI attorney at 877-227-9128.

Having an Irvine DUI arrest several things happen, one thing is criminal action- a person will require to defend oneself inside a court of law against the DUI charges filed. Second is a civil action – the Department of Motor Vehicles will take instant actions to suspend the arrested persons driving privileges within the state of California. In both actions it really is best to possess an experienced team of lawyers behind someone to protect that persons rights against them. The best Irvine lawyer will review the arrest to ensure theres no reason to have the case thrown out altogether, but is also ready to defend the individual inside a court room as well. All instances and arrests are distinct, with their own person circumstances, and each outcome is different. The only absolute would be to have the finest legal team available defending that individual rights to assure the absolute very best outcome possible resulting from a Irvine DUI arrest.

SEO professionals assist the DUI law firm in promoting the new payment plans being accepted by the firm. The internet marketers also relay the message about the importance of having a skilled DUI Lawyer in Irvine CA defend ones case, if somebody has been arrested on suspicion of DUI. The firm continues its on-line presence by providing totally free consultations and info on criminal defense on the firms weblog and social media pages. This info together with totally free consultations the firm hopes to attract much more Irvine residents seeking to speak to a DUI Lawyer. To read much more concerning the firm go to the firms DUI lawyer Irvine Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/DuiLawyerIrvine

About Christopher Koch: Graduate of University of San Diego School of Law Admitted to practice law November 2001. The Criminal defense Lawyer is skilled in criminal defense, extremely well respected and locally connected in San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange Counties. As a nearby Lawyer in these jurisdictions he has the capability to obtain the very best feasible outcome for customers. To read more about the Orange County DUI Lawyer go to the firm’s Orange County web site, http://www.irvineduilawyer.info







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