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What is the Min / Max Amount of Time I Can Lose my Driving Privileges for DUI?

California DUI laws are tough. They are some of the toughest in the nation. However, there’s no standard answer to the above question. Once a charge of DUI has been leveled against an individual, that person has 10 days to appeal the charge the charge to the California DMV. So, determining which Los Angeles DUI…Read More

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How Much Money Is It Going to Cost for My DUI

When you’re charged with a DUI, it’s normal to worry about what potential costs you’ll incur. There are a few different types of costs that you could end up seeing, though it’s important to realize that not everyone will end up with all of these. If you hire an experienced DUI lawyer in Los Angeles,…Read More

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How Long Will It Take For My DUI Case to Get Processed?

Getting an DUI can disrupt your life and leave you wondering how long it will take before you can put this incident behind you. The circumstances of your case can cause wide variations in the amount of time it takes for your DUI case to be processed. Not all DUI lawyers in Los Angeles are…Read More

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Can Someone Arrested for DUI Keep Driving?

You have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. You probably have a lot of questions regarding what happens after your arrest like: How are you going to travel back and forth to work? How are your children getting to school? What is your boss going to say when you cannot…Read More

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People v. Freidt: probation with restitution good news

Appellate court ends abuse of “Probation revoked” Dec. 12, 2013 – In yesterday’s People v. Freidt decision, a California Court of Appeals ruled that the original trial court could not keep the defendant on “probation revoked” status indefinitely because of unpaid restitution debt. Why is that good news for DUI restitution cases?  First, we have…Read More

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Breath test “unreliable,” but evidence “inadmissable”

CA Supreme Court was wrong in DUI case People v. Vangelder I recently blogged about a CA Supreme Court DUI case, People v. Vangelder, saying that the court’s decision effectively removed a DUI Attorney’s right to challenge the accuracy of DUI breath test results based on individual physiological differences that the machine does not recognize….Read More

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How can DUI blood test fail?

Lessons learned from Orange County Crime Lab’s recent “fail” How can DUI blood test fail?   On October 10, 2013, the Orange County Crime Lab (OCCL) admitted that “human error” resulted in inaccurate BAC blood test results for at least 2,200 people charged with drunk driving in Orange County over the last five months, from May 29, 2013 to…Read More

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DUI Defense Attorney: Why I defend drunk drivers

Why would anyone choose to be a DUI Defense Attorney? Drunk driving is indefensible. Almost 10,000 Americans a year are killed by drunk drivers. In the hands of an intoxicated driver, vehicles become weapons, and innocent people become victims. Children, teens, mothers, parents, friends—struck down needlessly and senselessly, just because someone chose to drive while…Read More

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Drugs-Driving: California cracks down on DUI Drugs

The State of California is aggressively cracking down on “Drugged Driving” – by changing DUI laws, training more officers, and teaching District Attorneys how to get more convictions – and make them stick. Drug-impaired driving is getting more attention since the release of a Nov.19, 2012 OTS survey that found a whopping 1 in 7…Read More

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Cicero woman charged in DUI crash on CTA tracks – Chicago Sun

FROM SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE A west suburban woman had a blood alcohol level of .188 when she crashed a Jeep into a median early Friday, sending the vehicle flying over freight tracks and onto the CTA Blue Line tracks in west suburban Oak Park. Jessica Garcia, 21, of the 1300 block of South 59th Avenue…Read More

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