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DUI with Child Endangerment Laws in California
DUI with Child Endangerment Laws in California

California law allows the significant punishment of people convicted of driving under the influence ( DUI ). Even first-time DUI offenders can be shocked at the penalties issued in sentencing. The situation will only escalate if there was a child in your car at the time of ...

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