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Category: Drunk driving accident

Do I Really Need a DUI Attorney?

Whether an individual charged with a DUI offense should hire an attorney depends on many factors, which include personal circumstances and financial ability. However, as law firms commonly provide no-cost consultations, taking the time to speak with a San Diego DUI attorney offers many benefits.

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Can A DUI Be Taken Off My Record?

Getting caught driving while inebriated might have long-term consequences. A DUI conviction on your permanent record can make it difficult to get the job you desire or rent the apartment you want. Depending on the state where you live, you may be able to have a DUI removed from your record. Contact a San Diego drunk accident attorney for more

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What are the DUI accident penalties in San Diego?

Introduction Getting behind the wheel while inebriated (DUI) is something that must be avoided at all costs.Getting into an accident while under the influence of alcohol is regarded an aggravating factor, increasing the chances of harsher fines and the risk of costly civil liabilities. In short the California Penal Code section 23152 sub-section (a) defines it to be an offense to drive

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How much does a DUI lawyer cost?

Retaining an Attorney in a DUI Case Is Worth the Cost If you have been charged with DUI, retaining an attorney is going to work in your best interests, and the cost of hiring an attorney could be worth it in the end. If you have been charged with aggravated DUI, you may wonder how different that is from a

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Teaching “Responsible Drinking” to Our Children

Alcohol consumption can be a contentious issue in contemporary society. While the greatest underlying fear may be that individuals under the are of twenty-one may be encouraged to drive after drinking, the truth is that responsibility can still be taught if education begins early and certain aspects of the consequences of drinking are emphasized during the teaching process.

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Can I refuse the breathalyzer test in San Diego?

Drivers consent to certain tests when they obtain a license to drive in the United States, including field sobriety tests. The laws vary from state-to-state, but drivers in California face stiff penalties if they refuse to take the breathalyzer test. Below is an overview of California law and how it pertains to drivers who have been accused of driving under

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