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DWI Sergeant from the Albuquerque Police Department DWI Enforcement Unit talks about drinking while driving (DWI) sobriety check point that yields the arrest of 16 people suspected of driving while either intoxicated or under the influence. www.dps.nm.org Listed below are the penalties for drinking and driving DWI in The State of New Mexico. 1st Offense – MISDEMEANOR 6 months to 1 year license revocation (1 year if under 21) Up to 90 days jail. Mandatory: DWI school, alcohol evaluation, ignition interlock for 1 year, community service. Other: treatment 2st Offense – MISDEMEANOR 2-year license revocation. Up to 364 days jail, 96 hours mandatory. Up to $1000 fine, $500 mandatory Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, community service, treatment, ignition interlock for 2 years. Other: Up to 5 years probation. 3rd Offense – MISDEMEANOR 3-year license revocation. Up to 364 days jail, mandatory 30 days. Up to $1000 fine, $750 mandatory . Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, community service, treatment, ignition interlock for 3 years. Other: Up to 5 years probation. 4th Offense – FELONY 4th DEGREE Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 18 months prison, 6 months mandatory. Up to $5000 fine. Other mandatory penalties: alcohol evaluation, treatment, lifetime ignition interlock with 5-year court review. 5th Offense – FELONY 4th DEGREE Lifetime license revocation with 5-year court review. Up to 2 years prison, 1 year mandatory. Up to $5000 …
Cycling advocate, warning motorists of a Gardena checkpoint ahead. Many motorists alter their route, a few dont, some wish they did. Hundreds of people have thanked me, a couple of people have asked why. Nobody other then the police has ever complained when I do this. Many people have stopped and tipped me, brought me soda or juice. Some people are overwhelmed with driving away with their property in tact. See Dui Gulag if you want to understand how dishonest these checkpoints are.
A senior citizen couple is facing eviction from their apartment based on a technicality in Beverly Hills’ rent stabilization ordinance, the City Council learned Tuesday. Speaking on behalf of Parker and Jean West, attorney and former Beverly Hills Mayor Mark Egerman detailed the couple’s struggle to keep their apartment at 420 S. Doheny Drive after nearly 24 years of residency. Egerman, who was accompanied by the couple at the podium in Council Chambers, urged council members to “study the issue to ensure that ordinances enacted to protect senior citizens on limited income are not circumvented in any way.” The Wests have fought a legal battle with two property owners since 2009, Egerman said. In the latest round of legal wrangling, the property owners have issued an eviction notice centered around the issue of “comparability.” After recent renovations added a bathroom to the couple’s unit and additional kitchen space to a neighboring apartment, there is a lack of comparability, the owners claimed. This negates the couple’s rent-control standing under the city’s rent stabilization ordinance, paving the way for the current owners to move into the disputed unit. City Attorney Larry Wiener said his office and other city staff personnel are studying the issue and will make a determination on the matter in “several days” or “several weeks.” Council members agreed to put the issue on their next meeting agenda for further public discussion. The next council meeting is scheduled for Feb. 21. “Mr. and Mrs. West, we are so sorry for your predicament, and as a city we take this responsibility very seriously so you will have our full, undivided attention,” Mayor Barry Brucker said. B e sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook . The rest is here: Council Hears Plight of Rent Control Tenants Facing Eviction
Oxnard City Manager Ed Sotelo has been placed on leave following a closed-door Oxnard City Council meeting as county prosecutors investigate the finances of the largest city between Los Angeles and the Bay Area. Oxnard City Attorney Alan Holmberg said Sotelo’s leave is not related to the probe by the Ventura County district attorney and federal investigators, though he is not discussing the reason why the City Manager is apparently being forced out. Further, Holmberg has advised Oxnard City Council members not to talk about the situation with anyone. City Manager Ed Sotelo, who was appointed chief executive of the city 14 years ago, has been subjected to “continued harassment” by Oxnard Mayor Tom Holden , according to Sotelo’s attorney, Bill Seki . The city manager filed a harassment claim in 2010 against the mayor and a city councilman for creating a “hostile work environment.” Who exactly is running the city? An increasing number of Oxnard’s 200,000 citizens are beginning to wonder what is happening to their city government — and demanding hard answers. View post: Oxnard City Manager Put on Leave