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California photojournalist arrested, charged with drunk driving

All drivers -- even ones that are typically relatively safe -- have moments of distraction when driving, potentially resulting in an accident. In some cases, a person may face severe scrutiny, and possible criminal charges, from law enforcement officials for what could have been a single moment of distraction. In fact, a man in California now faces allegations of drunk driving after he was allegedly involved in a car accident.

Vehicular manslaughter charge months after fatal bike crash

There are a variety of different ways to legally use California roadways. While some users choose a traditional motor vehicle, others choose to ride a bicycle. Though most are happily willing to share the road regardless of the chosen method of transportation, an accident involving a pickup truck and a bicycle can easily prove fatal because of the size difference and relative lack of protection that a cyclist has. Despite this, a man in California is now charged with a vehicular manslaughter charge after he claims a cyclist veered toward his pickup truck.

California police suspect drunk driving a factor in crash

Car accidents happen for a variety of different reasons. In some cases, a driver could become disoriented, resulting in a wrong turn or miscalculation, for example. However, law enforcement officers may be quick to assume that an accident is the result of drugs or alcohol. In fact, reports indicate that drunk driving is suspected in a recent car accident in California.

College student faces drug charges over an app

Often, people who are in college have big plans for their future. They may even have products they want to develop and sell in the future, for example. Unfortunately, a California college student is facing state and federal drug charges over an app that he allegedly created to sell drugs.

Parents may not okay their kids use substances at home

Most parents know that they will have to confront the weighty subjects of alcohol, cigarettes and drugs at some point. Nobody wants their child to be brought home in a squad car that just broke up a party. That is why one approach parents have sometimes taken this is allowing their underage children to partake as long as they do so with their supervision.

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