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Corruption in Honolulu's Law Enforcement Agencies
Corruption in Honolulu's Law Enforcement Agencies

Last month, Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Wheat made a deal with the former Honolulu police chief and his wife, Louis and Katherine Kealoha. This deal was made following a 3-year investigation over the allegation of a framed crime, of the theft of their mailbox. The couple ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • False DRE Arrests

    A DRE, also known as a drug recognition examination, has been a controversial factor in a number of arrests made in recent years. Though a DRE ...

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  • New Hawaii Supreme Court Ruling Regarding DUI Charges

    According to State v Davis, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled that people accused of a DUI have the same constitutional and evidentiary protections as ...

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  • No Test is Foolproof, Faulty Chemist Sets Example for Why You Should Fight Your DUI

    Many of my clients will say they don’t think they can fight their DUI because “the breathalyzer said I was over the limit,” but even machines make ...

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  • Hawaii Supreme Court Affirms Right to Counsel for Those Arrested for DUI

    You need an aggressive, thorough DUI attorney if you have been arrested for DUI. The Hawaii Supreme Court yesterday affirmed that people arrested for ...

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  • Did Officers Issue Fake Tickets or Will the Honolulu Deputy Prosecutor Face Corruption Charges?

    It all started with a traffic ticket issued in 2014, and it has now become a federal investigation into possible public corruption, or a possible ...

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  • Why Should You Fight a DUI Charge? The Heavy Consequences

    Here at The Law Office of Kevin O’Grady, LLC, one theme common among most of my driving under the influence ( DUI ) clients is that they question ...

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  • DUI Charges in Hawaii

    The National Safety Council, and the state of Hawaii, will try to reduce your rights and increase the punishments against you if you charged with DUI ...

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  • Fines for Speeding, DUI, & Cell Phone Use Could Triple in Hawaii

    A Senate committee will soon decide on six bills that could dramatically increase fines for various driving offenses in the state of Hawaii. Sponsored ...

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  • Non-Citizen? A DUI Conviction Can Make You a Priority for Deportation

    A conviction for driving while under the influence (DUI/OVUII) can have severe criminal and administrative consequences. However, if you are a ...

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