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Supreme Court ruling may affect DUI laws in Oklahoma

The Supreme Court will soon rule on the case of Navarette v. California to determine whether anonymous tips are enough to justify stopping vehicles. The main Constitutional issue is if an individual's Fourth Amendment rights are more important than the public's safety from reckless drivers. The decision may also change the way DUI laws are prosecuted in the future: If the Court rules that anonymous tips are enough to warrant a vehicle stop, Oklahoma defendants charged with DUI in such cases will have one less strategy to use in their defense.

Man suspected of DUI after wrong-way accident on I-44

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has reported that a 23-year-old Broken Arrow man has been taken into custody after being involved in a wrong-way accident on Interstate 44. The man is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash, which took place at about 12:02 a.m. on Jan. 17.

Oklahoma man suspected of DUI with baby in car

An Oklahoma man was taken into custody on Jan. 13 for suspicion of driving under the influence with a baby in the car. The suspected DUI incident happened around 12:20 p.m. at the intersection of North Admiral Place and Sheridan Road in Tulsa. A highway patrolman reportedly noticed that a man was driving a 2000 Nissan AG8 with a broken tail light and pulled the car over.

Former UFC champion fighter crashes Porsche on freeway

Oklahoma residents might recognize the name of Tito Ortiz, a former UFC light heavyweight champion known to fans as the "Huntington Beach Bad Boy." Early in the morning of Jan. 6, Ortiz was taken into police custody on suspicion of misdemeanor DUI.

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