As locals rung in 2019, police warned about dangers of driving while intoxicated.

Police want to make sure everyone is staying safe. We attended a big New Year’s Eve party at the Century Center. People said goodbye to 2018 and hello 2019. Police say it’s okay to have a few drinks, but they just don’t want you driving afterwards. The booze and the beer is flowing at O’Rourke’s […]

2019 California Law looks to deter drunk driving

A California DUI prevention law went into effect on January 1st, 2019. “The DMV has put together a law related to the new interlock device, and we will be enforcing that,” said Lt. Greg Klingenberg, of the California Highway Patrol. In 2019, repeat offenders will be required to connect a breathalyzer to their vehicles. The device will […]

In 2019, Federal Judiciary Seeks Funding and Cost-Saving Successes.

Representatives of the Federal Judiciary recently asked Congress to provide $7.22 billion in 2019 to fund continued operations of the judicial branch. The request includes funding to sustain cybersecurity initiatives and ensure sufficient security at federal courthouses. “We ask that you consider the Judiciary’s unique constitutional role in our system of government,” said Judge John […]

New Year’s Eve 2019: Free rides and other ways home safely

Austin’s New Year’s Eve 2019 offered free rides and other ways to get home in safety. As we all know, drunken driving at any level is illegal, reprehensible, dangerous, and just plain bad form. That’s a fact the Austin Police Department will bring home for you at all times, but especially on New Year’s Eve, […]

4 laws that are bringing big changes to California in 2019

SACRAMENTO, Calif.  — The new year means big changes for California’s criminal justice system. Several new laws that go into effect in 2019 have an emphasis on criminal and social justice reform. Here’s a look at four new laws that are changing the way things are done in California:   End of Cash Bail California […]

Kona, HI Courthouse Scheduled to Open Late Summer 2019

The Hawaii State Judiciary’s appropriations bill, including $5.8 million to get instrumentation and furnishings for the new Kona courthouse, passed final reading within the Senate and House of Representatives. The bill has been sent to Gov. David IgE for his review and thought. “On behalf of the Hawaii State Judiciary, i would like to precise […]

A City with one New Years Drunk Driving Arrest.

Only one drunk driving arrest New Year’s Eve in Jackson County, MS records show. With increased police presence on holidays and multiple ad campaigns warning motorists of the risks of impaired driving, maybe folks are finally getting down to get the message. Only one driver was arrested for a suspected DUI on New Year’s Eve […]