Driving Under The Influence
Another day and another delay in the South Florida trial of pop singer Justin Bieber.
Another delay in the South Florida trial of pop singer Justin Bieber. On Wednesday the state and lawyers representing the ‘Biebs asked the judge for more time so they could try to work out a possible plea deal on charges that the pop star drove under the influence and resisted arrest.
The sister of a South Florida teen killed by a drunk driver spoke at a special ceremony to honor those committed to ending DUI crime.
Trial is underway for former Miami Beach police officer charged with four felonies after he was involved in an ATV crash on the beach which seriously injured two people in 2011.
The Florida program aimed at keeping impaired drivers off the road is ensnarled in legal challenges, a bidding war and criticism from vendors who say the state isn’t doing what it should to keep drunks from getting behind the wheel.
An autopsy has revealed that the Tampa man who killed four people and himself had more than twice the state’s legal limit of alcohol in his system.
The brotherhood of the badge could not keep an off-duty Miami-Dade Police officer out of the back of a trooper’s patrol car, despite the officer’s repeated pleas, according to dashcam videos released by the Florida Highway Patrol.
Attorneys for Justin Bieber hope to prevent news organizations from obtaining unreleased video of the singer after his arrest last month on Miami Beach. A hearing has been scheduled on the motion by Justin Bieber’s lawyers for next Thursday before a Miami-Dade County judge.
The 20-year-old woman who allegedly killed two Coral Springs women while driving the wrong way on a South Florida expressway last November was driving at nearly twice the legal blood alcohol limit, according to a Florida Highway Patrol search warrant filed Tuesday.
A Pembroke Pines woman got a special kind of detention when she reportedly showed up intoxicated at a Miramar elementary school to pick up her son.