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February 2012 Archives

NFL player back in court to face drug trafficking charge

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson was back in the Kenton County Circuit Court this week to plead not guilty to a drug trafficking charge that he received in January for having a suspected drug shipment sent to his home. If convicted of this felony, he could face one to five years in prison.

Ignition interlocks may be required for all California DUI offenders

Under a new federal law that is currently gaining momentum in the U.S. House of Representatives, all people who are convicted of drunk driving, whether it is their first or their 10th offense, will be required to install an ignition interlock device in their vehicle. This would significantly increase the severity of DUI laws in California, where currently only a handful of counties require ignition interlocks for all drunk driving convictions.

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