Between 8-16 hours. One night MAX, although nothing is guaranteed.
Seth Weinstein, Esq.
Southern California Criminal Defense Attorney
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Typically a book and release scenario, particulary for a DUI. Of course, there's no guarantees.
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You are subject to whatever the overcrowding situation is when you book in. Id be surprised if you spent more than a day.
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