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How to Get Support During Your DUI Process

Getting a DUI is an overwhelming experience that can lead to severe anxiety and depression. From court hearings to fines, it may seem like there’s no end to the consequences. While it’s important for DUI offenders to adhere to the penalties, it’s just as critical that they practice self-care. If you’ve recently been arrested, your…Read More

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5 Things to Know About Getting Auto-Insurance After a DUI

With any DUI comes a myriad of challenges and expenses. Add car insurance to the equation and it’s no wonder so many people decide to consult a DUI attorney for legal counsel. Whether you’ve just been arrested for DUI or you’ve already gone to trial, it’s important to know how the conviction will affect your…Read More

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9 Facts To Know About Getting A DUI

Getting a DUI can be a costly and stressful experience. If you’re facing charges, here are nine things you should take into consideration as you prepare to undergo your day in court. Be Tight-Lipped. You should not talk about your case with anyone unless you’re in discussions with a DUI defense attorney who you’ve hired…Read More

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How to Check Your Driving Record After a DUI Arrest

If you’ve ever been convicted of a moving violation or involved in a traffic accident, you may wonder how it has affected your driving record. You may have seen an increase in your insurance rates or been required to pay hefty fines to the state. If you’ve recently been charged with DUI, your attorney may…Read More

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Representing the defendant was Los Angeles’ preeminent DUI lawyer Jon Bryant Artz. He won a Not Guilty verdict for his client on the basis of…

California DUI Lawyers Seek Recent ‘Not Guilty’ Trial Transcript

A group of California DUI lawyers are teaming up to get the transcript of an unprecedented ‘Not Guilty’ case from the Los Angeles Superior Court (Burbank). They want the transcript to be able to learn from the case and use the information from the trial to protect future clients in court. The case involved a…Read More

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Learn why you should always say no to the breath test and choose a blood test instead when being pulled over for DUI.

DUI Lawyer Advice: Breathalyzer vs Blood Test

In the state of California, if you are arrested for DUI the “implied consent” law requires that you submit to a chemical test of your blood or breath (and urine if other tests untraceable or in hospital) in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). Failing to do so can result in serious consequences…Read More

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When to Call a DUI Lawyer

If you have been arrested on DUI charges in California, whether after a police pull-over or at a DUI checkpoint, it is critical that you waste no time in contacting a professional DUI lawyer. Following the arrest, DUI proceedings can move very quickly. California DUI law is very complex which is why you need an…Read More

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Arrested for DUI? Tricks Police Use Before, During & After Your Arrest

Arrested for DUI? Tricks Police Use Before, During & After

In 2015, there were 1.5 million people arrested for DUI in the United States, and more of them were arrested in California (214,828) than in any other state. Some police officers use tricky strategies before, during and after the arrest to render arrestees more pliable, more “cooperative,” and more likely to incriminate themselves. Here is…Read More

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New Court Decision Questions Implied Consent in California DUI Law (Arredondo)

Up until now … Courts in California supported the concept of implied consent in DUI cases.  Put simply, implied consent says you are deemed to have given your consent to a chemical alcohol test just by driving a vehicle and under suspicion of DUI.  This was the common situation where a police officer tells a…Read More

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What is Auto-Brewery Syndrome

Is Your Body a Brewery? Auto-Brewery Syndrome

Recently, a judge in New York dismissed a DUI charge against a 35 year old woman who claimed that her body works like a brewery. The woman reportedly spent approximately $7,000 working with a specialist to prove that her body uses excess intestinal yeast to turn carbohydrate rich foods into alcohol. The syndrome can sometimes…Read More

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