The President of the Professional Golf Association, or PGA, of America was recently arrested in Riverside County and now faces a drunk driving charge. The man has been serving in his office since the fall of 2016 and holds office for a two-year term.
Despite public press and warnings, young people and others in the Riverside area continue to use drugs that are either are or until recently were illegal under both California's laws and under the laws of the federal government.
A Los Angeles police officer who called Riverside home was briefly behind bars before posting $400,000 bail in connection with an allegation that he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl.
Many Riverside, California, residents who are married or who even just live with other people know that doing so can be stressful. People do not always get along and, particularly in a romantic relationship, stress often gets the best of people such that they say what they do not really mean.
People in Riverside, California, and the surrounding areas of Riverside County know how serious wildfires can be in this state. When they have favorable conditions to burn, these fires can destroy not only the natural landscape but also homes and businesses. They are also potentially deadly.
Even a first-time DUI can be a serious affair for a Riverside, California, resident. Even if going to jail is unlikely following a first offense, it is still possible for a person to be ordered to serve six months, even if their drunk driving was a one-time mistake.
Most people in Riverside, California, have had to fill out an application for insurance, as the average person will have automobile insurance and some insurance to cover their home or, if they rent, their personal belongings. Most people have also likely filled out an application for health insurance either through their employers or through an insurance exchange. Some have also have probably had to file insurance claims because of a car accident or some sort of problem with their home.
Whether it is a simple first-time DUI or a serious felony charge, getting accused of a crime is a scary experience for any Riverside, California, resident. A person who finds himself in this sort of situation, particularly if they are new to the criminal justice system, may have no idea what to do or to whom they can turn for help.
Particularly in these times, people in Riverside, California, need to recognize that what they threaten to do, even if they do not mean their threat seriously, will be responded to by authorities with the utmost urgency and firmness.
For years, California police officers have used field sobriety exams, chemical tests and breath analysis tools to detect intoxicated drivers. However, the differences between these strategies have stirred debate about which tests are the most accurate and appropriate. Breathalyzers are a very common tool in highway patrol cars, but they are still controversial for a number of reasons.