San Diego DUI Legal Guide

City Government in San Diego

Vista Related Web Sites

Vista Government Information

  • City of Vista
    Official city site, with information about government, the community, events and recreation.
  • Vista Sheriff Station
    Deputies of the Vista Station provide all aspects of law enforcement services including patrol, traffic, crime prevention and criminal investigations.
  • County of San Diego
    Official information on government services, officials, and departments.
  • San Diego Courts
    Information about San Diego's courts and their procedures, including DUI prosecutions.
  • California Highway Patrol
    Official Web Site for the CHP, offering information on traffic, office locations and news about this law enforcement agency.
  • San Diego County Sheriff
    The chief law enforcement agency in the County of San Diego, the department is comprised of approximately 4,000 employees, both sworn officers and professional support staff providing general law enforcement and jail functions for the people of San Diego County in a service area of approximately 4,200 square miles.
  • San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
    San Diego's regional planning agency, governed by a Board of Directors composed of mayors, council members, and supervisors from each of the San Diego region's 19 local governments, and serving as the forum for decision-making on regional issues such as growth, transportation, land use, the economy, the environment, and public safety.

Drunk Driving Related Information

  • MADD
    Homepage of the San Diego chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
  • Find Law - DUI / DWI
    Information and resources to help you with your DUI / DWI legal issue.

Traffic and Transportation

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San Diego DUI

San Diego DUI is a legal resource for the accused to counter the influence of extremist groups advocating unfair laws, destruction of constitutional rights and a new era of prohibition. The National Motorists Association's website discusses such drunk driving issues as unconstitutional roadblocks, misuse of blood alcohol tests, harsh criminal punishment, and "automatic" driver's license suspensions.