DUI in California
Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or other drugs is a crime in almost every state for a car driver or a motorist. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or greater in California. However, the number is even lower for a commercial driver that is .04%, and for drivers under the age of 21 the threshold for BAC is set at just .01%.
Driving under the influence of DUI/DWI proves disastrous not only for the driver but also for the potential parallel car. There is a likely possibility that the driver might collide with the adjacent car, and the person might expose to the serious car injuries. In such a scenario, the first party driving license can be canceled. However, by hiring an experienced DUI/DWI attorney can not only help you by guiding and supporting them through the complex legal process but also secure their future opportunities by reducing the charges or obtaining a “not guilty” verdict.
Interviews With Ron Hedding:
- What Is Considered A DUI Under California Law?
- At What Point Do I Enter A Plea Of Guilty Or Not Guilty In My Criminal Case?
- What Are The Disadvantages To Pleading Guilty In A Criminal Case?
- What Does It Mean To Have A Record Expunged In California?
- What Is The Process To Have A Record Expunged In California?
- What Is The Age For Juvenile Court In San Fernando Valley?
- Are There Alternative Punishments To Jail Available For Juvenile Offenders?
- How Long Does It Take The LA County District Attorney To File Criminal Charges?
- Could The Prosecutor Drop All Charges Against Me Before I Am Arrested?