My first dui, im 19 and my alchohal level was .13%. I was arrested in west covina ca, and ended up in LA county jail. They released me 12 hrs later.
If convicted, yes.
Find a good lawyer to help with court and the dmv.See question
I went out with friends and had a couple of drinks. My last drink was at 6:45pm. After a couple of hours lapsed I stopped and picked up my son on the way to take a friend home. I then headed home. My drive home is about an hour and a half. I ...
Every DUI is different so you should talk to a good local DUI attorney.
It sounds like you did the right thing. Hopefully the cops write an honest report and you will be able to walk away without a conviction.
Talk to a few attorneys and good luck.See question
I haven't had my court appearance yet, but did have my DMV DUI Hearing, and just received a letter saying, "The stay of the suspension against your driving privilege has been ended. The suspension resulting from the arrest, is hereby set aside". T...
If the DMV set-aside then you do not need an SR-22. However, depending on what happens in court the answer may change. Good luck!See question
I was recently arrested for a DUI in Glendale Ca. This is my first DUI offence. I was initially pulled over for dark tint on my windows. There were no aggravating circumstances (speeding or swerving) and there was no property damage or injuries. ...
This is the type of case you want to fight. With just this little information there are many good issues to use to get a reduction or even a dismissal. Find an experienced, local, DUI attorney to help you with court and the DMV.See question
On 9/25, 3 A.M. I totaled my car against a curb. Thankfully, no one was around & no property was damaged. I stepped out of the car, sat on a bench to call AAA when three squad cars pulled up. Asked how many drinks I had that evening to which I rep...
This is not a good place to be. You are facing a DUI with a accident. The prosecutor will be looking to convict you and will likely be looking for a lot more than the minimum. It would not surprise me if they were looking for jail time. Get the best lawyer you can and get ready to fight.See question
I was pulled over for DUI and I now have a temporary drivers license. I am awaiting my DMV hearing and also court. I dont think I have been convicted yet but I am wondering if it will already show up on my DMV driving record If I attempt to leas...
Yes it will show up on your DMV record. If you successfully requested a hearing and a stay, then your license is valid. You should be able to lease a car. Good luck and make sure you were closely with your attorney to get the best possible resultSee question
How much jail time does a DUI with two prior DUIs carry I recently got a DUI got my truck taken away and I have a court date coming up and I wanted to know what the out come might be
There is a mandatory minimum of 120 days in county jail for a third time DUI. You should seriously look into finding an experienced do you want to defense attorney to help you try to avoid county jail and get the charges reduced or dismissed if at all possibleSee question
I got a dui when I 20 last october ..this year in March I was pulled over for the car blinker not working and recieved 2 tickets 1 for driving on a suspended license&2 for not having a breathalyzer in the vehicle. My court for that ticket was yest...
Sorry to hear about your situation. Asking for help at this point is better then not looking for help at all but there is only so much that can be done. You need the guidance of a good attorney. It would be worth it to hire an attorney to review your case and offer some advice. Use AVVO to find some help.See question
I have to complete a class within a few months for 1st offender DUI. The issue is my job put me on extensive travel for unknown duration. Would the court, not DMV, accept an online alternative such as an online class?
The DMV will not accept an on-line or out of state program. The court may accept one. You should be given enough time to get it done, even with your travel. You can take leaves of absence from the class and your attorney can get you more time for the class if you need. Remember... call your attorney early, don't wait until it is too late. Also, attorneys charge for their time, so be ready to pay if your attorney needs to go back into court.See question