According to, a collision at the intersection of South Euclid Street and West Orangethorpe Avenue in Fullerton has resulted in the arrest of a woman. Fullerton police say that the woman is a felony DUI suspect following the accident in which her vehicle collided with a tow truck. The driver of the tow truck escaped without injuries while the female driver was treated for minor injuries. However, the male occupant in her vehicle has been hospitalized but is said to be in stable condition.

Full House actor Stamos arrested on DUI charges

51 year old actor John Stamos has found himself on the wrong side of the law after he was arrested for driving under the influence. Beverly Hills police responded to calls claiming that a motorist was driving recklessly in the area of South Santa Monica Boulevard.

Just like in ER – he does not know how to follow instructions!

When forced to pull over, police found the “Full House’ star, Stamos, behind the wheel. He was arrested after it was determined that he was driving under the influence. He was cited and released to the care of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center due to a possible medical condition. Stamos will appear at the Airport Courthouse on Sept. 11th, according to NBC Los Angeles report.

According to Fullerton CA DUI attorneys, DUI convictions involve several penalties that include jail time, fines, revocation of the driver’s license, community service, enrollment in a court ordered DUI program, and more. The arrest comes at a time when Stamos is reportedly set to make a comeback on family television in a series “Fuller House’, as executive producer, with the main cast of ‘Full House’. Stamos is also to appear in ‘Grandfathered’ on Fox. But since none of them are 24 not too many people are that ecstatic about this.

It does not matter how much money someone makes or how famous they are, the attorneys on the site know that DUI laws apply to everyone. They are prepared to fight the prosecution if there is any pitiful police work involved.

Livermore man accused of fatal DUI crash pleads not guilty

According to, 35 year old Brian Jones of Livermore has pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder stemming from a fatal DUI crash. Jones was charged after he was allegedly drunk behind the wheel and speeding, which resulted in the death of a mother and a baby last month. He is currently being held without bail at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. A pretrial hearing has been set for July 31st at Alameda County Superior Court in Pleasanton.

According to prosecutors and police reports, Jones crashed into an apartment complex in the 900 block of Murrieta Boulevard after losing control of his vehicle. The deadly accident caused the death of Esperanza Morales-Rodriguez, 46, and Ulidia Perez-Morales, her 14 month old daughter. Both died at the scene of the crash while two other boys aged 6 and 7 survived and were treated at a hospital.

Incidentally, Jones was at the Livermore Wine Country Festival prior to the crash. His blood alcohol content of 0.14% was well above the legal limit of 0.08, according to Fullerton DUI attorneys. Police suggest he was driving at speeds up to 99 mph on Livermore streets.

As per California DUI attorneys, DUI penalties in the state vary depending on the case. First time offenders could possibly face jail time from 4 days to 6 months and fines up to $1,000 in addition to their driving license being suspended for 30 days and up to 10 months.