There may be a possibility - it will depend on certain factors like the policy of the DAs office, your attorney and the court. Moreover, the specific facts of your case and any arrest record, if any (not convictions).
Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you.
Admissible evidence in a criminal case is very complex and requires an experienced trial attorney. Contact an experienced attorney - he or she will understand the rules of evidence and be able to advise you with respect to your case.
Contact an experienced DUI attorney. He or she will know how to advise you with respect to your case. DUIs are incredibly complex - there will be many issues that you may not be aware of. However, a DUI attorney will know what questions to ask and prepare the best strategy for your case.
Contact an experienced DUI attorney. You have certain steps that you must take to try and set aside the license suspension - you have 10 days to schedule an Administrative hearing (APS) with the DMV. An experienced DUI attorney will know how to proceed, so contact one immediately.
It sounds like you are off to a good start with hiring an attorney. Typically, when you are arrested for DUI, you should expect the DA to file charges and try to prove that you are guilty of the charge(s) alleged. The allegation is that you were operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. The DA will try to prove this. Hire an experienced DUI attorney and they will know how to prepare a proper defense.
It is in your best interest to not disclose anymore facts about your case. Retain an attorney immediately. The arraignment is the initial court appearance where you will likely enter a plea of not guilty - no sentencing options.
It's always a good a idea to hire an experienced attorney on a DUI case. You will not know all options with respect to your case until you sit down and speak with someone who has handled cases similar to to yours. Chemical test results can be challenged - but there are other issues that deal with the stop, detention, and arrest, for example.
The short answer is yes. California DUI law actually has two sections: 23152(a) and 23152(b). The "a" count involves being under the influence of any alcoholic beverage and does not specify a BAC level. You need to contact an attorney that deals with DUI charges to adequately address this issue.