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DUI while Sleeping

CHINO, CA – Charges were dropped this week against a UPS Teamster who was accused of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). At approximately 5:37 a.m., John Doe was found sleeping in his vehicle in a business complex parking lot. A police officer noticed Doe asleep over his steering wheel and knocked on his

UPS Teamster Legal Benefits 101

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 by
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With years of experience working with Teamsters, our firm has acquired a wealth of knowledge and tips that many UPS employees find helpful. Teamsters are often surprised to learn how many services their legal benefits actually cover. From Real Estate, to Administrative, to Financial, to Domestic, to Traffic/Criminal, and Civil Law, Teamsters have a variety

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With years of experience working with Teamsters, our firm has acquired a wealth of knowledge and tips that many UPS employees find helpful. Here are a few tips all Teamsters should know: You Can Predesignate Your Own Doctor for Work Injuries: When you are injured on the job, you will most likely be instructed to see

The Fourth Amendment and Gun Rights

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 by

What You Need to Know About the Fourth Amendment As election season charges full steam ahead, gun control remains one of the most controversial topics of discussion. On the subject of gun ownership, the Second and Fourth Amendment are consistently powerful citations. Gun rights advocates interpret the possession of firearms as inherent to the Constitution and

San Jacinto, CA – The District Attorney opted not to file charges today against a San Jacinto man whose wife claimed false allegations of domestic violence. Sandberg, 38, had been married to his wife for 13 years when he learned of his wife’s extramarital affairs. While having a discussion with his wife about her affairs,

dui drunk driving

Getting pulled over for a DUI is a situation you hope you’re never in, but if you are, you will wish you knew these five tips from an ex-cop. Do not try to talk your way out of it. Police officers have heard every excuse you will attempt to pull out, as a former Deputy Sheriff for Los

At what point in a criminal investigation may law enforcement officers no longer use the “Perkins technique?” In Illinois v. Perkins, the U.S. Supreme Court held that statements deliberately elicited by an undercover officer posing as the defendant’s cellmate were not inadmissible under Miranda, even though no warnings had been given. Rationale: If the prisoner is

Coast Guard

The following is the text of a news release from the U.S. Coast Guard: (WASHINGTON) — The Coast Guard would like to remind small passenger vessel operators of the critical requirement to ensure crewmembers performing safety-sensitive duties are properly enrolled in a drug and alcohol testing program and also of the importance of maintaining accurate

A 59-year-old plumber was driving in downtown Los Angeles, CA when he struck our client, a homeless man, with his car while the homeless man was lawfully in a crosswalk. The homeless man suffered a extensive soft tissue injuries as well as a fractured ankle and internal injuries. He was transported to the local hospital

Family Man

San Bernardino, CA – Son gets to spend first Christmas with father and sibling in several years thanks to Jorgensen and Salberg, LLP. A San Bernardino father was being denied from visitation with his child for several years after his divorce. The father voluntarily dropped his petition to terminate guardianship and was making a serious

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