Treating Bexar's DWI plague
(San Antonio Express-News, 04/19/2014)
SAN ANTONIO — Bexar County's drinking-and-driving problem stands out even in Texas, the state with the highest rate of alcohol-related crash fatalities, and especially during Fiesta, when law enforcement and state agencies clamp down.
DUI laws could be complicated by SCOTUS ruling
(ABA Journal, 04/18/2014)
In December 2012, Emily Sue Falkenstein of Renton, Wash., drove into a marked crosswalk where wheelchair-bound Gregory Ramirez, 48, was crossing with his 6-year-old niece in his lap. The crash broke his leg and his…
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State’s high court hears cop’s DWI case
Baca, 37, was an off-duty state police officer when he was pulled over in May 2010 for weaving out of his lane on a remote road north of Espanola. Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s deputies arrested…
May 15-16, 2014
Hilton Bella Harbor | Rockwall, TX
The Texas Traffic Safety Grant will sponsor three one-hour sessions at the Criminal Justice Conference.
July 10-11, 2014
Radisson Austin - Downtown | Austin, TX
The 2014 DWI College is a continuing education program funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation. The DWI College provides an ideal forum for DWI Court teams and student conduct officers to share information and explore best practices in an effort to reduce the number of impaired driving crashes and fatalities in Texas.
Cost: No Cost To Attend