Humboldt County DUI charges filed

Humboldt County DUI charges filed

There are 28 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Mar 14, 2010, titled Humboldt County DUI charges filed. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

The Humboldt County District Attorney's Office recently announced that it has charged the following people with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs: Nancy Marie Abbott, 45, Eureka Jordan Douglas Brown, 28, Spokane Tracy Elizabeth Clay, 41, McKinleyville Daniel Cortez, 24, Eureka Aaron Michael Daily, 21, Fortuna Timothy Martin ...

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Who can explain it

AOL

#22 Mar 16, 2010
Middle of the road wrote:
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Print none of them until they're convicted in a court of law and then print all of those convicted.
OK. That is a reasoned argument. It's fair to everybody. I like it.

Only one problem. If the DA lets his friends or other influential (rich) people get off scot-free, how will the public ever find out?

I say Report all the DUI arrests, then follow them through the legal system to see who is judged guilty and who is judged not guilty.

No special favors for special people.

That is the best way to keep drunk drivers off the roads and to keep them and the rest of us alive.
reader

Cupertino, CA

#23 Mar 17, 2010
I really feel so sorry for one girl on this list. Her dad left her mom for a younger woman and fathered a child from that woman. I don't believe he's been a part of her life since. It's really sad to see the selfishness of adults that transcends such damage to their children. I hope she can recover from the damage that's been done to her.
Paul Miller

Arcata, CA

#24 Mar 17, 2010
Joe Bob Squeeler wrote:
Only with 151 hard liquter do I get f%ed up - with plain beer Im fine to drive home no mater how much I drink. You take the backroeds home.
LOL.... That's great advice Joe, "take the backroeds????" Now here some advice for you, LEARN TO SPELL!!!!!!!
Middle of the road

Sacramento, CA

#25 Mar 17, 2010
Who can explain it wrote:
<quoted text>OK. That is a reasoned argument. It's fair to everybody. I like it.
Only one problem. If the DA lets his friends or other influential (rich) people get off scot-free, how will the public ever find out?
I say Report all the DUI arrests, then follow them through the legal system to see who is judged guilty and who is judged not guilty.
No special favors for special people.
That is the best way to keep drunk drivers off the roads and to keep them and the rest of us alive.
Good in theory, short on accountability. The only time cops and/or politicians ever get popped is then cops are "forced" to arrest one of their buddies. 99% of the time cops and politicians are let go or given a ride home by the cop. Ever hear of the "thin blue line"?
anonymous

United States

#26 Mar 17, 2010
hahalol wrote:
I'm stunned that a guy named Whiski Moran got a DUI
Do ya think his parents might have been drinkers? I also know of a kid namen Oly and
he was named after the beer his father drinks. How sweet.
Rays chewed space

Arcata, CA

#27 Mar 17, 2010
Alcoholism is not a disease.
You really should pull your head out of your bottle.
Alcoholics are weak people with no self control. Just like crack heads.
It must really make you drunks feel better about yourself to think you have a disease.
Have another drink because of your terminal illness.

What B.S.
Matter of Time

Fremont, CA

#28 Mar 17, 2010
I wonder how long until one of these idiots ends up running into a tree or a family in a car? Someone on this list might just kill themselves or someone else next time. Drunk drivers are rampant around here... where is the DrunkCity, USA exploitation story?
Who can explain it

AOL

#31 Mar 18, 2010
Middle of the road wrote:
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Good in theory, short on accountability. The only time cops and/or politicians ever get popped is then cops are "forced" to arrest one of their buddies. 99% of the time cops and politicians are let go or given a ride home by the cop. Ever hear of the "thin blue line"?
That's the whole point of what I've been saying. Equal treatment for all citizens under law! No special favors for "special" people. No free rides home for the favored few (and I KNOW that has happened) but instead, arrests for all DUI drivers and print all the arrests in the paper. You have a problem with that?

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