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How Long Do I Have to Stay in Jail After a DUI Arrest

For many people, every aspect of a DUI is scary. From the moment a person sees the red and blue flashing lights, to the day they’re standing before a judge, the process is often quite frightening. While that initial moment tends to leave a lasting impression on people who are pulled over, the next step…Read More

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Getting a DUI is high on the list of traumatic life experiences. Here are five ways to move on with your life after a DUI. 1. Give forgiveness a chance. 2. Lean on family and friends.

How to Move On With Life After a DUI

Getting a DUI is high on the list of traumatic life experiences. Not only is there stress from the legal and financial ramifications of your actions, it’s common to experience guilt and anxiety too. If you’ve been arrested for DUI, there are many things that hold equal importance to sorting out the charges with a…Read More

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Here are 6 tips to reduce your risk of DUI. First, drive safely. Second, make sure your paper work is in order. Third, know your rights of refusal.

How to Reduce Your Risk of DUI

Contrary to popular belief, avoiding a DUI isn’t always a matter of dumb luck. If you are going to consume alcohol and drive a vehicle, you should know how to minimize your risk of arrest. Here are 6 tips to reduce your risk of DUI Drive safely Keep your paperwork in order Know your rights…Read More

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Study Finds Drowsy Driving is as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

According to a study by AAA, driving tired increases the risk of an automobile accident and can even be comparable to drunk driving. Through awareness about the frequency of drowsy driving and understanding the predictors that increase your risks, we can begin to decrease sleep-related accidents across the country. Statistics on Drowsy Driving From the…Read More

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Discovery is the process by which evidence is obtained. In a DUI case, discovery may include attorneys' efforts to obtain the following

What Does Discovery Mean in DUI Case?

Many people who are arrested for DUI have never been in a similar situation before. If you’ve recently been charged with DUI, this may even be the first time you’ve been in trouble with the law. As such, some of the terminology may sound foreign and confusing. One word you’ll likely hear frequently in the…Read More

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Diabetes and DUI – What You Need To Know

Police officers are humans; as such, they can make mistakes. When they suspect a person of driving under the influence, for instance, they may have preemptively decided which factors will determine a person’s guilt or innocence. This inherent need to separate right from wrong can cloud a person’s ability to judge the situation based on…Read More

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2017 California Cannabis Bills – Knowledge is Power

With the recent passage of California Proposition 64, it is now legal for adults to possess and consume cannabis in the state. Though you no longer need to have a medical recommendation, many state officials have taken swift action to ensure recreational marijuana is safe for the user and others around them. Learn about the…Read More

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How California Title 17 Violations Can Help Your DUI Case

How California Title 17 Violations Can Help Your DUI Case

If a police officer pulls you over and charges you with DUI, there are certain procedures and protocols that he or she must abide by. Many of these requirements fall under a set of rules known as Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations. In short, Title 17 dictates how blood tests, breath tests,…Read More

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Contact Jon Artz today if you need to speak with an experienced DUI lawyer in Los Angeles. The fastest way is by calling: 310-820-1315.

Changing Your Record Under California Proposition 47

In November of 2014, California voters passed Proposition, which allows certain low-level, nonviolent crimes to be converted from felonies to misdemeanors. If you were charged with a felony because of petty theft or minor drug possession, you may be eligible to change your record to a misdemeanor. As long as your crime is not on…Read More

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California Aggravated DUI Offenders Face Longer Classes

California Aggravated DUI Offenders Face Longer Classes

Among the many reasons to consult an experienced DUI attorney is the fact that aggravated DUI offenders in California will face longer classes than those usually required by the state. Understand the full scope of CA DUI penalties and what to do if the charges are exacerbated with an aggravating circumstance. Aggravated DUI Defined Standard…Read More

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