Coachella 2013 (Survival Guide)

This year, Coachella Music and Art Fesitval in Indio, has an amazing lineup of artists and performers.  Paul Oakenfold, Social Distortion (or Social D as they’re more commonly known), Tegan and Sara, Wu-Tang Clan, and 2 Chainz are just a few of the amazing performers in the lineup.

Personally, I’m more into The Stone Roses, Descendents and Dropkick Murphys.  My favorite band for the past 20+ years, Red Hot Chili Peppers, are of course headlining Coachella this year.

The point of this all is to say that there are attorneys who can relate to you and the festival.  This in turn can help you defend your case in the event that you are arrested.  The following is information to help you keep from getting arrested.  If you drink, take a cab or have a designated driver.  Be on the lookout for cops.  Don’t sell drugs.  Don’t get into fights.  Just enjoy the music and follow those simple rules, and Coachella 2013 will be a fond memory for you.  If you do happen to find yourself in hot water with the police, then call the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache for immediate help!  You need a criminal defense attorney in Indio who understands you, the festival and the law.  You need an Indio criminal defense attorney who can fight to protect your rights.  You need an Indio criminal defense attorney who you can depend on.  You need Indio criminal defense attorney Stephanie M. Arrache!

Empire Polo Grounds Map

The Empire Polo Grounds, where Coachella Music and Arts Festival is held in Indio, California, is a huge facility!  It is easy to become separated from your friends and lost.  I’ve attached a map so friends can plan ahead to know where they’re going, where they can meet up if separated, where the bands are playing, to basically know everything they need to know.  Very importantly, it is going to be in the 90′s this weekend (sorry Mid-West and East Coast!!) so it is important to know where the water refill stations are!  If you are drinking, please be sure to drink water too, or the effects can be harmful and possibly lead to your arrest.  Be aware and enjoy the festival responsibly!

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On-Site Camping

Of course the best way to not get arrested for DUI is to stay on-site. Camping at the Empire Polo Grounds is a great option for those festival attendees who want to just stay on-site all weekend. The Coachella Fesitval website has some information available.

http://www.coachella.com/travel-lodging/on-site-camping

Some pertinent information:

*Each camper must be 18 years of age or older

*Each camper must have their own festival pass

*Onsite camping opens Thursday, April 11, 2013, at 9:00am and closes on Monday, April 15, 2013 at noon. Early arrival is highly recommended. Cars can check in at 9am on Thursday until 2am, and starting at 9am FRI-Sun (until 11PM). 24 hours for pedestrians.

*Cars cannot leave the camping area between 10pm and 2am

*No wrapped or sponsored vehicles allowed

*No glass containers

*No pets

*No drugs or drug paraphernalia (you are subject to search at any time! Law enforcement will and does conduct undercover operations to discover any illegal activity!)

On-site camping amenities

The Coachella festival sponsors want you to enjoy camping on-site and want to make life easy for you. They offer the following amenities:

*Public showers

*Pubic restrooms

*Cell phone charging stations

*Internet cafe and free wifi

*General Store

*Yoga/pilates:

Friday through Sunday

Yoga: 8am – 9am / 9am – 10am
Pilates: 10:15am – 11:15am

Massages:

Chair massages are available for $1/per minute

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COACHELLA 2013 TAXI/SHUTTLE SERVICES

My intentions are to keep the concert goers safe and arrest free this weekend. As always, the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather have people be safe than get new clients. The following are a list of taxi and shuttle services which are available to Coachella Fest goers.  However, as there are thousands of people expected in the Valley, it’s always wisest to book early.

American Cab: 760-322-4444

Airport Taxi: 760-328-CABS (2227)

Yellow Cab of the Desert: 760-568-3838

SunBus: 1-800-347-8628 http://www.sunline.org/

Private limo: 760-404-4531

Vans and Sedans: (800) 233-6393

COACHELLA 2013 DRIVING ROUTES AND ROAD CLOSURES

The following are road closures, expected delays and recommended routes for the two weekends during Coachella 2013 (April 12-14 and April 19-21). There are 200,000 people expected both weekends, which means driving in the area will be treacherous at best. Be careful and aware while driving. Know that the Indio police department will be increasing their DUI saturation patrols while on the lookout for drunk drivers. Drug and alcohol arrests make up more than half of the arrests during Coachella fest.

SLOW moving route during Coachella 2013

Delays will be especially difficult, they said, on the following roadways:

* Jefferson Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
* Washington Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
* Monroe Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
* Highway 111 at Jefferson Street
* Highway 111 at Monroe Street
* I-10 exit eastbound at Jefferson
* I-10 exit eastbound at Monroe

CLOSED roads during Coachella fest 2013

The following roadways will be closed for the event:

* Avenue 49 between Hjorth Street and Monroe Street
* Avenue 50 between Madison Street and Jackson Street
* Hjorth Street between Avenue 49 and Avenue 50
* Madison Street between Avenue 49 and Avenue 52

RECOMMENDED routes during Coachella 2013

In order to navigate around the traffic chaos, traffic officers recommend the following alternate routes:

* North and South travel, use Washington Street, Jackson Street, Calhoun Street and Golf Center Parkway
* East and West travel, use Fred Waring Drive, Miles Avenue, Avenue 52 and Avenue 48

ARRESTS FROM 2012

Last year, there were 235 arrests over the 2 weekend period.  Most of those arrests were drug or alcohol related.  There were so many arrests for underage drinkers/fake IDs that the Riverside District Attorney created a whole new program to deal with them.  We at the Law of Stephanie M. Arrache helped many people successfully get these charged dismissed against them.

There were also many undercover operations targeting drug sales.  Many people were entrapped and arrested for selling drugs.  Many of these were good people who never even intended or tried to sell drugs.  These cases are very defensible.

The Indio police join forces with several other law enforcement agencies to conduct the under cover operations.  They are involved in all aspects of the Coachella Fest arrests.

The following are the published DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols for Friday 9/7/12 in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County and San Diego Counties:

Perris- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Santa Ana- Warner, east of Flower- 7:30pm-1:30am

Whittier- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

 

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

 

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

 

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A California joint task force “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign started August 17, and is ending Labor Day on Sept. 3. This will create more DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols. Remember that it is always safer, wiser and cheaper to have a designated driver, or call a cab. We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people drive safe than get new clients.

The following are the published DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols for Saturday 9/1/12 in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County and San Diego Counties:

Chino- undisclosed location, 7pm-2am

Compton- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Jurupa Valley- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am

Lake Elsinore- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Los Angeles  (Central Area)- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

San Jacinto- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

Santa Ana- 2000 W. First St, 7:30pm-1:30am

West Valley- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

 

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

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Palm Springs, CA 92262

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A California joint task force “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign started August 17, and is ending Labor Day on Sept. 3. This will create more DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols. Remember that it is always safer, wiser and cheaper to have a designated driver, or call a cab. We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people drive safe than get new clients.

The following are the published DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols for Friday 8/31/12 in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County and San Diego Counties:

 

Altadena- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Antelope Valley- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Bellflower- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Cypress- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

Gardena- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Glendale- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Los Angeles (East)- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Los Angeles (South)- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Moreno Valley- undisclosed location, 8:30pm-2:30am

Murrieta- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Newport Beach- Newport Blvd. and Finley Ave, 8pm-3am

Perris- undisclosed location 6pm-2am

Redlands- Northbound Orange St, between Stuart and Pearl, 10pm-3am

Santa Fe Springs- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Temecula- undisclosed location- 9pm-3am

Thermal- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Victorville- undisclosed location, 6pm-12am

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

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1701 N. Palm Canyon

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Palm Springs, CA 92262

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Coachella Fest and StageCoach Music Festival are two highlight events in the Coachella Valley.  Both events are weekend long music festivals which present many different musical artists to thousands of concertgoers.  Coachella Fest was expanded this year into two weekend events with identical lineups.  The two events brings in thousands of music loving people of all ages.

The event also brings in hundreds of arrests.  This year, between the two events (spanning three weekends) Riverside County Sheriffs, in a joint taskforce with other governmental agencies such as the DEA, arrested over six hundred (600) people.  The arrests were for blatant penal code and vehicle code violation, but were also the result of undercover operations.

One of the most common “crimes” which occurred this year was that of underage people using fake ids.  To get a wristband, a person had to show their identification card.  Once they had a wristband, he or she still had to show an id upon entering the beer garden.  Undercover cops were stationed at both the wristband station and the beer garden entrance.  If there was a questionable ID card, a venue employee would hand the ID to the undercover cop who would question the person.  If the cops found the ID to be fake, they would then ask the person if they had any contraband on them.  Under the guise of “checking for contraband relating to underage drinking” the cop would violate the person’s 4th Amendment rights by searching their person or belongings.

Many of the people were not actually arrested, but rather cited and released.  This means they were not taken into physical custody by the police, but given a ticket and told to go to court in Indio on a certain date.  To keep up with the number of arrests, the filing deputy district attorneys were working double time to get all the cases filed.  Some have still not been filed, but they have a year to do so.  Riverside county has implemented a new Diversion program for these fake ID arrests.  The person can plead guilty to a charge, complete one day of classes and/or community service, and upon successful completion the case will be dismissed.  The good thing about this program is that it will not hurt a person’s future.  Many of the people with these charges have no criminal record and are scared about the idea of having criminal charges on their record.  The diversion program will not hurt your future career or education opportunities.

The other two options are pleading to the straight misdemeanor (not at all a good idea) and pleading to an infraction.  An infraction is no more than a speeding ticket which will also not hurt your future endeavors.  The problem is that there is a possible loss of license at the discretion of the court.

The charges most common to these cases are Penal Code 148.9, which is false identification to a peace officer.  This is basically lying to the cops about who you are.  Even if you didn’t lie to the actual cop, but gave the fake ID to the venue employee, and told the cop your true identity because you were freaked out when the cop approached you, they are still charging you with this penal code section.  This charge would be easier to win in trial, depending on the specifics of your case.

The charge which the DA wants people to plead guilty to is Business and Professions Code 25661 which is false identification on a person under 21.  This charge is a bit trickier to win, but is not unwinnable.  Depending on the facts of your case, a good attorney can beat this charge at trial.  It is important to speak with an attorney regarding the specifics of your case.

These charges aren’t the end of the world, but they should still be taken very seriously.  If not handled correctly, you could end up with misdemeanors on your record.  You don’t want that.  Don’t let youthful indiscretion ruin your future employment and educational prospects.

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about being a minor with a fake ID at Coachella Fest or Stagecoach.

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

AB472

California State Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D- San Francisco) introduced a bill on February 15, 2011 regarding drug overdose.  As it currently stands in California, a high rate of drug overdose deaths occur because people are afraid of police and medical involvement.  The rationale is that calling an ambulance or taking a friend to a hospital when they are overdosing on illegal drugs, will result in criminal prosecution.  According to the bill’s author, there were 9.8 per 100,000 drug overdose deaths in California in 2006.  This is a shockingly high number!

The bill, as currently amended, would bar criminal prosecution of a person who is overdosing due to illegal drugs. They would not face any criminal prosecution for drugs in their system, on their person, or any paraphernalia, so long as they were seeking medical help.  The bill would also bar criminal prosecution of any person trying to help a person who is currently overdosing.  It would have the same effect in barring prosecution for any substances or paraphernalia found on the person while trying to help an overdosing person seek medical help.

The bill would be codified as Health & Safety Code §11376.5.  This would fall between Health & Safety Code 11376 (Counseling or education programs) and 11377 (Unauthorized possession).  HS 11376 allows the court to impose counseling for any person who is convicted of drug related crimes.  This is in addition to any fines or terms of jail or prison.  HS 11377 provides for the punishment for drug possession “except as authorized by law”.  This clarification would allow the new HS 11376.5 to take control and bar prosecution of crimes.

Many people cannot control their drug addictions.  It is a disease that controls people.  It is no less serious or controlling than other diseases and ailments.  A person should not be scared to seek medical intervention when they are overdosing on an illegal drug.  A person would not be afraid to seek medical attention if having a heart attack or stroke.  The same should be true of an overdose.

The Bill has passed the State House and Senate and is now on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk awaiting his signature.  Let’s hope this bill becomes active law!

 

The text of the Code is as follows:

11376.5.

(a) Notwithstanding any other law, it shall not be a crime for a person to be under the influence of, or to possess for personal use, a controlled substance, controlled substance analog, or drug paraphernalia, if that person, in good faith, seeks medical assistance for another person experiencing a drug-related overdose that is related to the possession of a controlled substance, controlled substance analog, or drug paraphernalia of the person seeking medical assistance, and that person does not obstruct medical or law enforcement personnel. No other immunities or protections from arrest or prosecution for violations of the law are intended or may be inferred.

(b) Notwithstanding any other law, it shall not be a crime for a person who experiences a drug-related overdose and who is in need of medical assistance to be under the influence of, or to possess for personal use, a controlled substance, controlled substance analog, or drug paraphernalia, if the person or one or more other persons at the scene of the overdose, in good faith, seek medical assistance for the person experiencing the overdose. No other immunities or protections from arrest or prosecution for violations of the law are intended or may be inferred.

(c) This section shall not affect laws prohibiting the selling, providing, giving, or exchanging of drugs, or laws prohibiting the forcible administration of drugs against a person’s will.

(d) Nothing in this section shall affect liability for any offense that involves activities made dangerous by the consumption of a controlled substance or controlled substance analog, including, but not limited to, violations of Section 23103 of the Vehicle Code as specified in Section 23103.5 of the Vehicle Code, or violations of Section 23152 or 23153 of the Vehicle Code.

(e) For the purposes of this section, “drug-related overdose” means an acute medical condition that is the result of the ingestion or use by an individual of one or more controlled substances or one or more controlled substances in combination with alcohol, in quantities that are excessive for that individual that may result in death, disability, or serious injury. An individual’s condition shall be deemed to be a “drug-related overdose” if a reasonable person of ordinary knowledge would believe the condition to be a drug-related overdose that may result in death, disability, or serious injury.

 

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about AB 472.

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

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A California joint task force “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign started August 17, and is ending Labor Day on Sept. 3. This will create more DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols. Remember that it is always safer, wiser and cheaper to have a designated driver, or call a cab. We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people drive safe than get new clients.

The following are the published DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols for Saturday 8/25/12 in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County and San Diego Counties:

Friday August 24
Anaheim- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am
Compton- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am
Garden Grove- roving saturation patrol
Inglewood- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am
Lake Elsinore- undisclosed location, undisclosed time
Palm Desert- undisclosed location, 9pm-3am
Placentia- roving saturation patrol
Redlands- Southbound Wabash Ave, between Brockton and Colton Ave, 10pm-3am

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

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1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295
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A California joint task force “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign started August 17, and is ending Labor Day on Sept. 3. This will create more DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols. Remember that it is always safer, wiser and cheaper to have a designated driver, or call a cab. We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people drive safe than get new clients.

The following are the published DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols for Friday 8/24/12 in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County and San Diego Counties:

Friday August 24
Buena Park- 8000 block of La Palma, 7pm-2am
Downey- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am
Escondido- undisclosed location, 6pm-midnight
Hermosa Beach- Eastbound Artesia, west of Prospect, 9pm-3am
Los Angeles- Cahuenga Blvd and Broadlawn Dr., 8pm-2am
Los Angeles- Figueroa St. and 9th St., 8pm-2am
Los Angeles- Sunset Blvd. and El Centro, 8pm-2am
Los Angeles- Western Ave and 39th St., 6pm-midnight
Montebello- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am
Murrieta- Margarita Rd, north of Torrey Pines, 7pm-3am
Redlands- Northbound Orange Street, between Pennsylvania and San Bernardino Ave, 10pm-3am
Rialto- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am
San Diego- undisclosed location, 9pm-3:#0am
Ventura- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am
Whittier- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

Avalon Superior Court

 

Avalon, CA is a beachside town on Catalina Island.  It is accessible by ferry, private boat, small aircraft or helicopter.  The island is approximately 22 miles south of Los Angeles, and is a part of Los Angeles county.  There are around 3,500 residents who reside on the island on a permanent basis.  The island is home to nearly one million tourists a year.

 

Because it is a part of Los Angeles county, Avalon is home to a Los Angeles County Superior Court.  There is one presiding judge who remains in the court.  While the population is small, it is a fully functioning courthouse.  Many of the criminal actions here are traffic offenses or alcohol related offenses.  The island sees it’s fair share of theft offenses too.  The island is patrolled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

 

While there is a court, and the prosecutor is a member of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, there are no full time criminal defense attorneys on the island.  To handle your case, you need to hire a mainland attorney who will make the trip across the 22 miles of ocean.  Many firms charge much extra for this service, as it lessens their availability on other cases.  The Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache handles cases on Catalina Island, and does not charge much extra for the cost. People deserve to have quality defense at affordable rates, even when the court is not as convenient as some others.

 

If you were charged with a misdemeanor offense, you do not need to be present in court.  This is a great convenience, as many of the arrests on Catalina are of people who are not local to the area.  Stephanie M. Arrache is dependable and reliable, and will defend your case on Catalina.  She receives great results on cases in all of the courts in Southern California.

 

Criminal charges in Avalon Superior Court are handled in the same fashion as criminal charges on the mainland.  No matter if you were charged with a misdemeanor or felony on Catalina Island, whether in Avalon or elsewhere on the island, you are entitled to a good defense.  The Law Office Stephanie M. Arrache has a team of investigators who are experienced in handling cases on Catalina Island.  We also have bail agents that we work with who will bail a person out of the tiny jail on Catalina Island.  We are a full-time criminal defense firm, and therefore are experienced at handling all aspects of criminal cases.

 

The Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache offers free consultations, via phone or Skype if necessary.  Many people are not local and therefore cannot make it to the office.  We understand and embrace this, and are committed to making the criminal defense process as painless as possible.  You have enough to worry about after a criminal arrest and charges have been filed, no matter whether the charges are for an infraction, misdemeanor or felony.  You need an attorney you can depend on to take some of the pressure off your shoulders.

 

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you were arrested in Avalon and need aggressive and reliable criminal defense representation!

 

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

A California joint task force “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign is starting  today, August 17, and ending Labor Day on Sept. 3.  This will create more DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols.  Remember that it is always safer, wiser and cheaper to have a designated driver, or call a cab.  We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people drive safe than get new clients.

 

8/17/12

Encinitas- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Glendale- undisclosed location, from 8pm-3am

Los Angeles- Hollywood Blvd, between Bronson and Gower, 7pm-3am

Moreno Valley- undisclosed location 8:30pm- 3am. There will also be roving patrols in Moreno Valley

Ontario- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Palm Springs- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am

Pasadena- undisclosed location, 8pm-2:30am

Redlands- on westbound San Bernardino Ave, between University and Church, 10:30pm-3am

San Bernardino- undisclosed location in southeast end of city, 6pm-2am

San Marcos- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Santee- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Temecula- undisclosed location, 9pm- 3am

Thermal- undisclosed location, 6pm – 2am

Saturation Patrols: El Segundo, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Redondo and Torrance

 

8/18/12

Burbank- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

Chino- undisclosed location, 7pm-2am

Covina- undisclosed location, 6pm-2am

Hemet- undisclosed location, 8pm-2am

Norco- undisclosed location, 8pm-3am

Perris- undisclosed location 6pm-2am

Rancho Mirage- undisclosed location, 9pm-4am

San Diego- Lemon Grove, 6pm-2am

Santa Monica- undisclosed location, 7pm-3am

Saturation Patrols: El Segundo, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Redondo and Torrance

 

Contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, a criminal defense firm, if you have any questions about DUI checkpoints or if you were arrested at a checkpoint.

 

Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache

1701 N. Palm Canyon

Suite 8

Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-8295

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