The pair were pulled over after the SUV they were driving nearly crashed into a police car in Lubbock, Texas.
A judge has now ruled that Amy Locane's initial sentence was too lenient—she previously served nearly two and a half years of a three-year sentence
Lea Piazza, 28, was charged with causing a false public alarm after being arrested in Hanover, New Jersey.
He contrasted his treatment with what he sees as government partiality toward undocumented immigrants.
The pedestrian was hit so hard that the body flew through the car's windshield, landing in the passenger seat.
A Wisconsin man was pulled over by police after reports of erratic driving. Officers found empty beer cans in his vehicle and a chicken that had been riding on his shoulder.
The 34-year-old singer, real name Kim Young-woon, told fans the news on Instagram Thursday.
The 40-ton vehicle, which was uninsured, tore through the streets of Pajęczno, Poland, shortly before 10pm.
"Do you know who I am?" Common Pleas Court Judge Rebecca Doherty, 55, allegedly asked cops.
Surya Oruganti said the ride home "was not quite what I expected."
The man was under the influence of alcohol, cannabis, amphetamines, cocaine and opiates.
The men reportedly failed their alcohol blood tests, asked for a 30-minute break, then returned with an even higher concentration of booze in their systems.
"Sorry, just some cars have had a bit of a crash behind us," Alison Freeman said.
Drunk driver will walk free on 2 April after serving 180 days for each person he killed.
Ethan Couch and his mother fled to Mexico in January but later returned to the U.S.
The National Safety Council estimates 38,300 people were killed and 4.4 million injured on U.S. roads in 2015.
Ethan Couch and his mother were found in a Mexican resort town on Monday night.
Authorities believe Tonya Couch might be with her son, the "affluenza" teen who killed four people in 2013.
The National Safety Council estimates 433 people will be killed on the road during this long weekend.
William Joseph Levada was arrested for DUI on Hawaii's Big Island and released on $500 bail.
If Uber and Lyft operated across the U.S., a study suggests, 500 lives would be saved each year.