Man arrested for 4th offense Sacramento DUI with BAC of .30

Posted By Thomas V. Wallin || 7-May-2010

Stephen Paladino was arrested for a fourth offense drunk driving charge when he tried to deliver groceries to the wrong house.  According to Folsom Police Department, Paladino intended on delivering groceries to his ex-wife when he accidentally went to a stranger's door.  That stranger subsequently reported the "extremely tipsy" delivery man to police with a vivid description of him and the SUV he was driving.   Paladino was arrested with a BAC of .30 nearly four times the legal limit.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol then the first call you should make is to a dedicated Sacramento DUI defense attorney.  Time is of the essence, you have only ten calendar days from the date of arrest to contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles and request a stay on the automatic suspension of your license.  Contact our team of leading Sacramento drunk driving lawyers now for a free case consultation.