Will I Lose My License for DUI?
Santa Clarita DUI Attorney
If you are convicted of a DUI in California, your license will be mandatorily suspended for a matter of months. If you refuse to take a BAC test, it will be suspended for one year. If you have prior DUI convictions, your license could be suspended for up to three years. If you are facing DUI charges in the state of California, you could be facing serious penalties such as jail time, heavy fines, and a permanent criminal record. If you are pulled over and your BAC level registers .08% and above, or are operating a vehicle while impaired by prescription or other drugs you can be arrested for a DUI. It has been found that BAC testing equipment is often wrong. A skilled attorney can demonstrate this to the court and may be able to get our evidence dismissed. Our firm has helped many facing DUI charges receive lessened and dropped charges. If you are concerned about your DUI arrest, you need to speak with a
Santa Clarita criminal defense attorney immediately.
DUI Lawyer in Santa Clarita
Clients come to us because of our extensive experience in criminal law. With a criminal specialist and former Deputy District Attorney on our team, not to mention 50 years of experience in criminal law, it is not hard to see why so many clients trust us with their most complex DUI cases. Choosing the right attorney may mean the difference between receiving no penalties and receiving the harshest penalties possible. With your driving privileges, a criminal record, fines, and jail time jeopardizing your future, you don't have much time to waste.
Our firm has successfully retained the driving privileges of many clients in court and from the DMV. We currently attend 3 to 5 DMV hearings a week in order to fight for our clients' licenses.
Contact a Santa Clarita DUI attorney if you are concerned about losing your license to a DUI charge.