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Video cameras used is DUI arrests

Posted by Unknown | Mar 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Alameda County used video cameras while making arrests over the New Year weekend.

County roads during the holiday weekend will be monitored by police and five deputies wore video cameras attached to their uniforms and they were turned on during field sobriety tests.

The cameras were donated to the police department  by a Seattle-based company and they turn on when you press a button and then they data is recorded onto a CD or computer. The police department likes to use the cameras so that people can see exactly how they looked during their sobriety test.

If you or a loved one has been arrested and wrongly charged of a drunken driving, you need experienced representation on your side.  Contact the Seattle DUI defense lawyers of the Cowan, Kirk & Gaston law firm today by calling 866-822-1230 today to speak about your case.

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