ORANGE COUNTY DUI ATTORNEY UPDATE: Stanton crash allegedly caused by Deputy driving department SUV while intoxicated

The Orange County Register is reporting that a Los Angeles County deputy sheriff pleaded no contest to a DUI where two people were injured when he crashed into their car in Stanton.
On June 29th, Buena Park resident Robert Andrew Moran allegedly was driving drunk in a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department-issued SUV southbound on Beach Boulevard at Garden Grove Boulevard when he crashed into the driver’s side door of a Mazda sedan. The driver and the passenger of the Mazda were treated at a hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. Blood tests revealed that Moran had a blood alcohol level above the legal limit of 0.08 percent. He faces six months in jail and three years’ probation and will be sentenced September 30.

Comments about this post can be directed to Stanton DUI Lawyer William Weinberg at (714) 834-1400.

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