At the beginning of 2022, the law regarding DUI diversion changed. DUIs are no longer eligible for diversion in California. Appeals are currently pending, which will hopefully reverse that decision to exclude DUIs from diversion. If successful, diversion would once again be applicable to DUIs in California. Please contact our office with any questions. Email us at abortellaw@gmail.com OR Call us at: (415) 523-7878

COVID-19 Update!
We Are Open 24/7 And Offer Free Audio And Virtual Consultations.

Law Firm of Aaron Bortel

Marin County Sheriff’s Deputy Injured In Suspected Dui Collision


MILL VALLEY – On Sunday morning, a Marin County sheriff’s deputy sustained non-life threatening injuries in a head-on collision with a suspected DUI driver.

A call was received by CHP officers for assistance as a sheriff’s deputy was in a traffic collision. The call was placed at 3:19 a.m. and the location of the accident was Shoreline Highway.

It is revealed by an investigation that 34-year-old Justin Satterfield was behind the wheel of a 1997 Honda Civic when he failed to negotiate a curve. The vehicles collided as the vehicle of sheriff’s deputy was coming from the opposite direction.

Satterfield didn’t sustain any injury in the collision. The California Highway Patrol officers asked him a few questions before taking him into custody.

He was sent to the county jail.

Source: www.sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com

Share this Article

About the Author

My name is Aaron Bortel. I practice in the state of California. I handle DUI cases exclusively and have been practicing for over 25 years.

Get Help Now
Translate »
Accessibility Close Menu
× Accessibility Menu CTRL+U