Find a way to hire a DUI lawyer. With that BAC level, the DA WILL file a DUI case against you and the only way to get the fines and penalties reduced will be to get an attorney - especially since you are likely currently on probation and will be facing a Probation Violation as well.
In addition, you need to contact the DMV IMMEDIATELY (within 10 days from arrest) to request a DMV hearing. Otherwise, your license will be suspended for 1 year (at least).
visit the CA DUI Lawyers association website and contact some local attorneys to discuss the details of your case. Investigation will be necessary to start building up your case. The fact that it was a CHP arrest will help since they usually have audio and video available via subpoena.
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You should be aware that Ventura County is known throughout the state as having the toughest policy on DUIs. I strongly recommend consulting with an attorney who has practiced in Ventura County and is familiar with their offers, and jury pool. Your efforts may or may not reduce any offers, but having your case evaluated by a qualified attorney is your best bet.
Not to just echo what the other answers said, but picking up a second case within 3 months of the first is going to raise red flags for the DA and court. You've done the best thing you can do right away and started AA meetings... but I'm confused. You have a 60 day chip, but you were just arrested a few days ago and blew a .13? Or was it that you were sober 60 days and slipped when you got arrested? Either way - continuing the AA meetings (at a bare minimum) and potentially rehab may be part of your attorney's pitch to keep you out of jail for both the new offense and the probation violation that is surely to be lodged against you.
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You definitely have to have counsel. Ventura County is very rough on 2nd time DUI's. Continuing to go to AA is your best bet but Ventura often requires a substantial clip of jail on a 2nd time. So be prepared to fight and find someone who has trial experience. Happy to help.
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