Depending on where you were arrested/booked, there may be videos, etc. available. If there are videos available, they usually purge them after x number of days. If the arrest happened in San Diego, feel free to call and I can give some honest thoughts/approaches. Everything turns on the evidence and science obviously.
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Well, I'm not sure what your question is, but speak to a few attorneys about all the facts of your case.
Avvo is not the best way to deal with completion of the case in California. On the other hand a professional legal counsel in your area of your choice will be much more effective to examine details, facts and scenario of the DUI for the most optimal court strategy.
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Don't forget to look on your temporary license and contact the DMV for a Hearing right away or your license will be suspended, probably even before you go to court.
If you were arrested in California you have 10 calendar days to have your DUI attorney contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles to request a stay on the suspension order served on you by the arresting officer. Please consider and contact our office 949-872-2700. www.caduilaw.com
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