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What You Need to Know about the California Three Strikes Law

Third strikes laws have been passed around the country in response to news reports of repeat violent offenders committing additional serious crimes that result in serious injury or death. While most people are happy that these laws have been passed, they may not realize that they can apply to lesser crimes like DUI. If you’ve…Read More

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Types of California DUIs | DUI Lawyer in Los Angeles Jon Artz

Types of California DUIs

DUI can mean different things in different places. Each state sets its own standards for blood alcohol content, drug use and age standards. In California, the statues that govern DUI can primarily be found in the California Vehicle Code 23152, and you’ll find the basic information in layman’s terms on the most common DUI types…Read More

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What You Need to Know About DUI Court Ordered Drug / Alcohol Classes

If you have recently been charged with a DUI, court ordered drug/alcohol classes may be something you are concerned about. Before you do anything else, be sure to get in touch with a Los Angeles DUI attorney to assist you in defending your rights in the court of law. Although not all rulings in DUI cases…Read More

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What Factors Should I Expect to Deal with When Charged with DUI?

In any criminal proceeding, the legal system takes time and effort to navigate. If you have been charged with a DUI offense, you need to be aware that the case will not be resolved overnight. A good DUI lawyer can make the process easier for you, and help make sure you are protected at each…Read More

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Will My Employer Find Out About My DUI?

Know when to get a DUI lawyer and if you are obligated to tell your employer. Although you have a DUI charge, it’s time to sigh a breath of relief. In 99% of cases, your employer will not find out about your arrest and it will not affect your employment. However, make sure you know about…Read More

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