If you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs (DUI), you could face a variety of serious penalties – including jail time, fines and the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. The severity of these penalties can depend on a variety of factors. In addition, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will seek to suspend or revoke your driver’s license irrespective of the result in criminal court. Some of these rights are time sensitive and require setting a hearing within ten (10) days of your arrest. Derek Ewin has literally handled hundreds of these types of cases. He can help you navigate through the courts and DMV so that you receive the best possible outcome.
- An Overview of Drunk Driving/ DUI
- How Is A DUI Charge Defined In California?
- What Are Some Common Mistakes People Make After a DUI Arrest?
- What Happens During A Typical DUI Arrest In California?
- Are There Any Hardship Or Occupational Licenses Available In California?
- What Is An Ignition Interlock Device? When Is It Used In California?
- What Factors Might Enhance Or Aggravate A DUI Charge?
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