August 7, 2012

Orange County DUI Arrests go up

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For over 20 years, DUI arrests, and especially DUI deaths, have dropped by half, most of that drop being since 2008.  (See  Now the Orange County Sheriff’s Department has indicated that, reversing that trend, DUI arrests have actually gone up for this weekend compared to last:

From 12:01a.m. Friday, May 25, 2012 through midnight Monday, May 28, 2012 officers representing 38 county
law enforcement agencies have arrested 219 individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In
2011, 201 DUI arrests occurred during the same holiday weekend. There were no DUI deaths reported during
this holiday weekend compared to one during the same time period last year.

(**NOTE: These numbers are only provisional with some agencies yet to report**)

If you have questions for a DUI Specialist Orange County

English: The Santa Ana Police Department and J... Don't end up here from a DUI(The Santa Ana Police Department and Jail complex)

, call our office at (877) 568-2977.

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