Category Archives:California Highway Patrol (CHP)


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Orange County DUI Checkpoints, Friday November 15, 2013

Here’s the latest general Orange County DUI Sobriety Checkpoint and Saturation Patrol Information! 

Orange County DUI Checkpoints for Friday, November 15, 2013:

  • Placentia - Yobra Linda Blvd and Kraemer Blvd, 8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
  • Huntington Beach - Huntington Beach Police Department Traffic Unit will be patrolling the city all day Saturday and Sunday, with an emphasis on motorcycles. This enforcement operation is part of a $270,264.00 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS). It is a year-long program aimed at preventing deaths and injuries on our roadways through special enforcement and public awareness efforts. 
If you have been charged with driving under the influence, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight your charges on you behalf. A DUI can be costly, you can lose your license, lose your transportation, and will have to pay hefty fines. Contact Don Ho, an established criminal defense attorney, to fight for your rights!

Published by Don Ho LawDon Ho is a criminal defense attorney in Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties.

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Halloween DUI Checkpoints - Inland Empire

The Riverside Police Department has announced a county-wide DUI enforcement campaign. “Avoid the 30″ is a joint program between the CHP, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, and over two dozen police departments in the Inland Empire.

Yesterday, Riverside county announced the award of a $439,388.00 grant by the California Office of Traffic Safety to the RPD.

Please be safe tonight and have a designated driver!

Click here for more information on “Avoid the 30.”

A criminal conviction is costly. It is possible that you may serve time in prison, disrupting your career and family life. Also, its possible that you will have to pay heavy restitution fines, resulting in financial woes. Your record may be stained by such convictions, and your reputation may suffer. Our goal at Don Ho Law is to provide an aggressive and comprehensive defense for those accused of a crime throughout Southern California. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, contact Don Ho Law today.

Published by Don Ho LawDon Ho is an experienced criminal defense attorney who serves Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties. 

Don't Push Your Luck on St. Patrick's Day

Green beer on St. Patrick's Day
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With St. Patrick’s Day falling on a Saturday this year, there will be no shortage of places to celebrate or sobriety checkpoints throughout Orange County.  While Orange County is known for being extremely strict when it comes to drunk driving, law enforcement agencies usually take it up several notches during holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day.  If you drive under the influence this weekend, you may not be able count on that “luck of the Irish” to get you out of the legal hot water in which you may find yourself.
In California, it is illegal to drive while impaired by drugs and or alcohol; and/or driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or higher.  California Highway Patrol has provided individuals with an easy to read BAC chart that shows how body weight and drinks can alter a person’s BAC levels.    
Here are a few tips that can help keep you safe this weekend and avoid a DUI charge:
  • Designate a sober driver – leave your car keys at home
  • Hail a cab or use public transportation – call one for round trip or leave your vehicle, call a taxi and return the next morning to pick up your vehicle
  • Stay put – spend the night at a friend’s house to avoid driving drunk
  • Walk home – if you live close, walk to and from where you will be drinking; make sure to stay in well-lit areas and travel with a friend for added safety
  • Fix your car – officers must have a reason to pull you over other than just being suspicious of a DUI; ensure car and lights are in proper working order
Avoiding a DUI is fairly simple: do not drink and drive.  Plan a safe way to get home before you even go out.  Also, if you see someone who is about to drive away while impaired, take his or her keys and help the person get a ride home.
If you know of a DUI checkpoint in your neighborhood, you may want to avoid it.  Sobriety checkpoints can prove to be tricky even if you have not consumed alcohol.  Sometimes, in their enthusiasm to catch drunk drivers, officers who run these checkpoints end up making wrongful arrests or mistakenly assume that someone under the influence when he or she is not.  You cannot be arrested simply because you turn away from a checkpoint.
If you have been arrested at a DUI checkpoint or Saturation Patrol this St. Patrick’s Day, the experienced Orange County Criminal Law firm of Don Ho, LLP can help you better understand your legal rights and options.
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