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The Press-Enterprise recently reported in an article an incident of a pregnant Orange County woman being rushed to a hospital following a traffic collision. On Sunday evening a 40 year-old pregnant woman riding as a passenger in her friend’s 2007 Cadillac, was injured when the two women were rear-ended by male driver who failed to stop for slowing traffic. This incident took place at around 6 p.m. on the I-15 Freeway, just south of the 215 Freeway in Murrieta. Police were able to apprehend the faulty driver who was later identified as Jose Ruiz, 60, of Tijuana, Mexico. He was charged with suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a CHP statement. The female driver of the Cadillac was not hurt but the 40 year-old pregnant women was immediately rushed to an area hospital to be examined. Ruiz was arrested and booked into the Southwest Detention Center.

 Imagine being in dead stop traffic, frustrated from a long day and eager to get home to your loved ones. The line of traffic ahead begin so you gently remove your foot from the brake and inch your way forward. Suddenly the car trailing you crashes into your rear bumper. You gasp as you feel panic and dread fill your body. Although you have not suffered injuries, there is significant damage to your car and your passenger been hurt. Though no one wishes to be involved in an unfortunate event, it happens much more often than it should. Some drivers easily become distracted by the radio or navigation systems, while others lose control of their vehicles because of inattention. In this case Ruiz was under the influence of alcohol which impaired his judgement and reaction time. Public roadways can be pretty unpredictable places for all drivers. To make the roads safer for everyone, you should always buckle up, pay attention and stay sober.

When DUI arrests and accidents occur in California, the DMV is responsible for suspending or revoking the driving privilege of the errant driver to keep the road safe for all motorists. Once the DMV initiates a suspension or revocation actin, it is the accused driver’s obligation to request and schedule an administrative hearing to challenge the DMV action. To help the process move along smoothly, it is in the driver’s best interest to find an expert team to represent them throughout the hearing process. You should choose a defense team that is experienced and knowledgeable in the Administrative Hearing Process.  If you have chosen the right defense team, you should receive guidance and representation through every phase of the process.  Nothing should be left to chance.

If you or anyone you know is facing a license suspension or revocation due to DUI, conduct your research and select an expert DMV Defense team that will take possesses the experience to handle your case correctly. California Drivers Advocates is a firm that can help defend drivers at the DMV when their license and driving privileges are at risk of suspension or revocation. Rob Collier is the President and CEO of the company. Visit Rob and his team of DMV Administrative Advocates at their website or contact them at 1-888-281-5244.  They will be happy to answer any questions you may have at no obligation.

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