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San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Attorney & Criminal Defense Lawyer (619) 238-1905

February 21, 2013
San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Attorney & Criminal Defense Lawyer (619) 238-1905

Have you been arrested? Criminal / DUI charges? Call (619) 238-1905 for FREE consultation. Your San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Attorney & San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Criminal Defense Lawyer is ready to help you with your case. lawofficeofwilliamdaley.com Law Office of William Daley 110 WC ST Ste 1407 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 238-1905

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Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 2

April 29, 2012
Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 2

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Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 1

April 29, 2012
Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 1

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Are Sobriety Checkpoints Doubling as Immigration Checkpoints?

March 30, 2012
Are Sobriety Checkpoints Doubling as Immigration Checkpoints?

California has not passed a copy cat SB-1070 law but there certainly are municipal efforts to make immigrant lives harder. Such is the case with Escondido, a San Diego County town, that has struck a deal with ICE to double DUI checkpoints as immigration checkpoints. Facebook.com/cuentame

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DUI Checkpoints San Diego

March 30, 2012
DUI Checkpoints San Diego

Information on what to do if stopped at a DUI checkpoint in San Diego or California.

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British Tourists Denied U.S. Entry After Twitter Comments

January 31, 2012

Two British tourists were detained and barred from entering the U.S. last Wednesday by officials at the Los Angeles International Airport after lightheartedly sharing on Twitter their intent to “destroy… Original post: British Tourists Denied U.S. Entry After Twitter Comments

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Occupiers Attempt Citizen’s Arrest of San Diego’s Mayor

January 31, 2012
Occupiers Attempt Citizen’s Arrest of San Diego’s Mayor

Members of Occupy San Diego tried to make a citizen’s arrest of their mayor, Jerry Sanders, but, alas, they were not successful. more › See the original post: Occupiers Attempt Citizen’s Arrest of San Diego’s Mayor

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MrCheckpoint DUI Checkpoint NEWS Channel 10 False Arrest & Illegal Search!

January 28, 2012
MrCheckpoint DUI Checkpoint NEWS Channel 10 False Arrest & Illegal Search!

July 13, 2011 Channel 10 News Coverage Live in San Diego. Interview with police and www.MrCheckpoint.com about questionable police searches.

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Father Behind Chelsea’s Law Honored by FBI

January 28, 2012
Father Behind Chelsea’s Law Honored by FBI

Brent King has worked tirelessly since his daughter, Chelsea King, disappeared while jogging in San Diego in February 2010. Follow this link: Father Behind Chelsea’s Law Honored by FBI

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Chargers End Raiders Playoff Hopes

January 2, 2012

OAKLAND, Calif. — For all the talk about what it would take to send Oakland to the playoffs, the Raiders were unable to accomplish the one part they could control. Philip Rivers threw three touchdown passes and Richard Goodman returned a kickoff 105 yards for another score as the San Diego Chargers ended Oakland’s playoff hopes by beating the Raiders 38-26 on Sunday. The Raiders (8-8) went into the final day of the season needing to win and get help to end an eight-year playoff drought. They got the assistance they needed when Denver (8-8) lost 7-3 at home to Kansas City but were unable to do their part by beating the Chargers (8-8). The Broncos won the division based on record versus common opponents. The Chargers could only celebrate playing the role of spoiler in what may have been coach Norv Turner’s final game in San Diego. If this was his last game, he ended his tenure with an offensive masterpiece as San Diego did not punt, committed just one turnover and gained 463 yards. Rivers completed 19 for 26 passes for 310 yards and was at his best on a key drive in the fourth quarter after Oakland cut San Diego’s lead to 31-26 with 9:37 to go. After Goodman mishandled the kickoff to force the Chargers to start from inside their 1, Rivers completed a 20-yard to Malcom Floyd, Mike Tolbert ran for 40 yards and Rivers threw a 43-yard TD pass to Floyd to make it a two-score game. Antoine Cason then intercepted Carson Palmer with 4:36 to go at the San Diego 20 to seal the victory for the Chargers and provide a disappointing finish to what had been a promising season for the Raiders. Oakland seemed in control in the AFC West after beating Chicago 25-20 on Nov. 27 to improve to 7-4. But they lost four of their final five games, including squandering a late 13-point lead at home to Detroit two weeks ago to finish out of the postseason for the ninth straight year. Palmer, brought in at midseason after starter Jason Campbell broke his collarbone, delivered the kind of performance the Raiders expected, throwing for 417 yards and two touchdowns. But Oakland had to settle for four field goals by Sebastian Janikowski, mismanaged the clock late in the first half and could never stop Rivers and the Chargers offense. The Raiders did set single-season records for penalties and yards penalized by committing eight for 64 yards. That gave them 163 for 1,358 yards, surpassing the totals of 158 for 1,304 set by the 1998 Chiefs. The record-setting penalty was a hold by Rock Cartwright on the opening kick of the second half. The day got off to a bad start for the Raiders, who were eliminated from the wild-card chase when Tennessee held on to beat Houston 23-22 and the New York Jets lost 19-17 at Miami. But there were no score updates given all day at the Coliseum as Raiders coach Hue Jackson wanted his team to keep focused on the task at hand. The game started off well as Oakland drove 95 yards on its first possession to score on Palmer’s 3-yard TD pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey. The drive was aided by a pair of personal fouls against San Diego, including one that got San Diego’s leading sacker Antwan Barnes ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. But Oakland then allowed a 38-yard TD pass from Rivers to Antonio Gates, a 1-yard run by Tolbert after a pass interference call in the end zone against Stanford Routt tied the single-season penalty record and Goodman’s return. The Raiders trailed 24-13 at the break, missing a chance at points in the closing seconds when they completed a 6-yard pass to Louis Murphy inbounds with 8 seconds and were unable to stop the clock. Read the rest here: Chargers End Raiders Playoff Hopes

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