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  • BAC
    • Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?

      In California, “implied consent” pertains to the required participation in a blood, breath or urine test in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Refusing this test will ...

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    • What Happens if I Refuse a Chemical Test?

      When you are pulled over and suspected of a DUI, an officer may request that you take a chemical test. Chemical tests include breath tests, blood tests and urine tests. You are required by law to ...

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    • Blood Alcohol Absorption Rates and DUI

      If you were arrested and charged with DUI, there are certain issues that must be assessed by a skilled DUI attorney. One of these issues is blood alcohol absorption rates. To be guilty of DUI, it must ...

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    • Rising BAC Defense for Drunk Driving Charge

      In California, a driver's BAC (blood alcohol content) is considered over the legal limit if it is measured at 0.08% or higher. It is not uncommon for close to an hour to pass between the time the ...

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  • DUI
    • Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?

      In California, “implied consent” pertains to the required participation in a blood, breath or urine test in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Refusing this test will ...

      Read More
    • Rising BAC Defense for Drunk Driving Charge

      In California, a driver's BAC (blood alcohol content) is considered over the legal limit if it is measured at 0.08% or higher. It is not uncommon for close to an hour to pass between the time the ...

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    • SR-22 Requirements Following a DUI Charge

      Filing an SR-22 is typical after being convicted of a very serious traffic violation, such as a DUI , for example. A DUI charge in California can carry a number of penalties if you are convicted. ...

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    • Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?

      In California, “implied consent” pertains to the required participation in a blood, breath or urine test in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Refusing this test will ...

      Read More
    • Rising BAC Defense for Drunk Driving Charge

      In California, a driver's BAC (blood alcohol content) is considered over the legal limit if it is measured at 0.08% or higher. It is not uncommon for close to an hour to pass between the time the ...

      Read More
    • SR-22 Requirements Following a DUI Charge

      Filing an SR-22 is typical after being convicted of a very serious traffic violation, such as a DUI , for example. A DUI charge in California can carry a number of penalties if you are convicted. ...

      Read More
    • What Is a First Offender Class?

      If you are arrested for a DUI, you may be required to take a first offender class. This is a program that is reserved for individuals who have been convicted of their first DUI. The DUI Education ...

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    • What Are The Alternatives To Jail Time For A DUI?

      If you have been arrested or charged with a DUI in San Jose, you may be wondering whether there are any alternatives to jail time. Even a first-time DUI offense can result in a mandatory 6-month jail ...

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    • Santa Barbara Councilwoman Sentenced for DUI

      DUIs are embarrassing, especially if you are person that is in an authoritative position in your community. Former councilwoman Iya Falcone was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol on ...

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    • 10 Year Old Lost His Life Due to Possible DUI

      Last week, a ten year old boy lost his life in a traffic accident in Los Banos. According to police reports hey believe that 20 year old Justin Nappi, who was responsible for the crash, was under the ...

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    • Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?

      In California, “implied consent” pertains to the required participation in a blood, breath or urine test in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Refusing this test will ...

      Read More
    • When Law Enforcement Makes the Wrong Move

      Under the U.S. Constitution, you have certain rights. One of these rights is under the 4 th Amendment, which protects us all from arrest without probable cause. If you are driving safely, and are not ...

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    • 10 Year Old Lost His Life Due to Possible DUI

      Last week, a ten year old boy lost his life in a traffic accident in Los Banos. According to police reports hey believe that 20 year old Justin Nappi, who was responsible for the crash, was under the ...

      Read More
    • 10 Year Old Lost His Life Due to Possible DUI

      Last week, a ten year old boy lost his life in a traffic accident in Los Banos. According to police reports hey believe that 20 year old Justin Nappi, who was responsible for the crash, was under the ...

      Read More