Out-of-state police recently caught up with a man who was allegedly driving erratically with his two children in the car with him. Having the youngsters on board was enough to tack on a criminal endangerment charge to go with his subsequent driving under the influence charge.
A man who was involved in a fatal drinking-related accident in Alabama during 2004 has found himself in trouble with the law once again. The 43-year-old, now living in the northeast region of the country, has been charged with hitting, and killing, a high school student while allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol.
Allegations of drunk driving have recently plagued a man, who is the senior vice president and dean of the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine in Dothan. The school is currently under construction and has received over 2,000 applicants. It will open in August of 2013.
A 55-year-old woman and her legal team are confident the legal process will exonerate her following drunk driving allegations in Alabama.
A 30-year-old Alabama man has been found guilty of murder for his role in a 2010 felony DUI accident that left a senior citizen dead.
A Cullman, Alabama, woman charged with vehicular homicide and felony DUI will have to wait for her trial as the case has been delayed. No date has been scheduled for the trial, and the case is not among those awaiting the next round of jury selection in court.
A former Alabama police officer, who denied being guilty of DUI following an accident that left a man dead, has lost his appeal of his conviction. The 38-year-old man, who resigned his position with the police department in Birmingham after his arrest, now faces a 12-year prison sentence.
A man convicted of vehicular homicide while driving drunk has asked for a new trial, claiming juror misconduct.
A candidate for the Alabama state school board is preparing to head to trial on a DUI charge while keeping her reputation intact.