Automatic, no. Likely, yes.
However, I would need to know more about your prior, where you were picked up on your new case, ect. Prosecutor's will deal, but you need an aggressive attorney.
Contact me if you have more questions.
Elliot R. Zarabi, Esq.
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Based on your statement you possibly can be convicted for a 23152 a vc charge- driving while impaired. This essentially has the same effect as a 2nd DUI. You need an attorney! Call me with any questions.
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You need to get an attorney to assist you on this new charge. Not only are you looking at a possible 23152(a) you can potentially be charged with an 11550 as well. DA’s will prosecute under the influence of drug cases and you need an attorney that is experienced in this area of the law.
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