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Monthly Archives: June 2011

3 Huge Keys to Winning Your DMV APS Hearing on a California DUI

3 Huge Keys to Winning Your DMV APS Hearing on a California DUI

If you have been arrested for a DUI, you likely searched the internet for a lawyer to represent you.  In your search, you likely learned that you will lose your California driver license unless you schedule a DMV Administrative Per Se (APS) hearing within 10 days.  Chances are, you then searched the internet for waysContinue Reading

DUI Attorney Mark A Gallagher to present Seminar in Riverside

With over 10 years of experience handling DUI cases all over Southern California, Flock of Legals founder Mark A Gallagher has been selected to present a seminar on July 19, 2011 in Riverside California. The seminar will focus on gettting attorneys up to speed in the complex area of DUI law. The seminar is beingContinue Reading

Giovanni Ramirez-What Happened To Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

Giovanni Ramirez-What Happened To Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

We all know the name of the man accused in the beating of Bay Area paramedic Bryan Stow in the Dodgers’ Stadium parking lot. Some even say he is the man who beat Bryan Stow on the evening of March 31, 2011. Certainly Police Chief Charlie Beck believes they have “the right guy.” This meansContinue Reading

Alcohol Tickets in California

Alcohol Tickets in California

Everyone knows that speeding or running a red light or stop sign can result in being pulled over and given a traffic ticket for your momentary lapse in judgment. But did you know there are literally hundreds of California Vehicle Code sections you can violate every single time you get in your car? (And some,Continue Reading

FAA Consequences for a Pilot Facing a California DUI charge

FAA Consequences for a Pilot Facing a California DUI charge

The FAA has gotten more stringent regarding the treatment of pilots convicted of Driving Under the Influence (Cal. Veh. Code §23152(a) and/or §231252(b)). First-time DUI offenders will not escape the scrutiny by the FAA as easily as they have in the past. In California, Cal. Veh. Code 23152(a) states that it is unlawful to driveContinue Reading