New study shows weaving caused by cell phone use not drunk driving

Posted By Thomas V. Wallin || 6-Jul-2010

One of the most common reasons for being pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence is because of weaving.  The California Highway Patrol has reported that some 244,000 people were cited for distracted driving leading to around 16 deaths.  Many reports are starting to indicate that distracting driving may produce more grim statistics than California DUI cases.  The unfortunate reality is that people use their cell phone while driving and it can have serious consequences.

If you have been pulled over for weaving because you were on the phone or texting and were subsequently charged with driving under the influence, call our offices today.  We offer a free initial consultation with a leading DUI defense attorney.  Call us toll free today or fill out our online case evaluation.