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by SBC on 03/23/20

As Covid-19 spreads across 13 states and public health officials urge Americans to work from home, wash their hands, and stop touching their faces, hospitals and urgent care clinics are preparing for an onslaught of feverish, coughing, and highly contagious patients.

Hospitals are stocking up on protective gear for staff, preparing quarantine rooms, and coordinating with state health departments, which are in charge of testing to confirm suspected novel coronavirus cases. But the number one strategy hospitals and urgent care clinics are relying on isn’t face masks or isolation wards: It’s asking people to stay home.

Website issues resolved

by SBC on 03/06/20

Unfortunately, our site has experienced many issues in the beginning of 2020. We are happy to announce that those issues have since been resolved and our operations will be back to normal effective today 03-06-2020. Feel free to contact us if you have any unresolved issues concerning our website or your certificate of completion at this point. Thank you for your understanding, patience and cooperation. 

Is it your first DUI?

by SBC on 12/02/19

Getting arrested and charged with driving under the influence, or DUI, can be scary, especially if this is your DUI first offense. You already know that the penalties for DUI are harsh, as the advertising campaigns put on billboards, radio, and TV have told people for years about how DUI is a serious offense. In fact, you may have even seen such slogans as “DUI – You can’t afford it.” Fortunately, if you are a first time offender, there are some options that you may be able to take that will help you lessen the penalties you are facing in your DUI case. Knowing what these options are is the first step to getting your life back on track after a DUI arrest. CLICK HERE to continue reading. 

Community Service

by SBC on 11/15/19

Community service has been used in most states in the U.S. since the early part of the 20th century. In the case of a DUI, performing a certain number of hours of community service may sometimes substitute for jail time, depending on the court's decision. Click here for information about signing up for community service

Repeat DUI offender arrested for 8th time in San Mateo County

by SBC on 11/08/19

"The rules against drunk drivers mean nothing to him and he's endangering you, me and every citizen on the road." South San Francisco Police arrested a man for driving drunk, who has seven prior DUI convictions. CLICK HERE to continue reading.