DUI/DWI Drunk Driving Defense Attorney
Are you facing drunk driving charges?
Deciding to drive after drinking too much can result in serious problems, such as criminal charges and possible incarceration. Being arrested for driving under the influence can be an unsettling experience and it should be taken very seriously. A DUI conviction can have far-reaching negative effects on your family, job, and personal relationships. Losing your drivers license could inhibit your own needs and present serious day-to-day challenges. Prosecutors in California are serious about pursuing DUI charges and convictions, and hiring a skilled attorney is the smart thing to do. Call today so we can help you better understand the process either you or a loved one are facing.
Even though first-time DUI charges are usually a misdemeanor, they still bring 3 to 5 years of probation, hefty fines, six months of having your drivers license revoked, mandatory DUI education, and two days of jail time. Since it is likely that this is the first time you have been in serious legal trouble, these consequences can be scary. And if this is a repeat DUI charge, the penalties you face are even steeper and bring the possibility of spending several years in jail. We can help you save your drivers license, call today.
Our experienced defense attorneys will help reduce penalties and possibly even seek to have the charges dismissed. We comprehend the problems you face and will guide you step-by-step through the process. We will work to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Counties Where We Practice DUI Criminal Defense
- Contra Costa County
- El Dorado County
- Placer County
- Sacramento County
- Solano County
- Sutter County
- Yolo County
- Yuba County
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