Placer County DUI
The California Vehicle Code includes two subsections concerning driving under the influence: Section 23152(a) which makes it illegal to drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and Section 23152(b) the “per se” statute, which makes it illegal to drive a vehicle with a blood or breath alcohol concentration of 0.08% or higher. Most likely, following an arrest, you will be charged with a misdemeanor. However, the number of prior offenses on your record and other special circumstances may factor in to elevate the misdemeanor to a felony DUI charge. Consequences of a DUI conviction vary in kind and may consist of participation in alcohol awareness classes, probation, jail time, and payment of fines. Perhaps, your best chance of avoiding these legal and financial burdens is to trust your case in the hands of our experienced law firm. Whether you are charged with a felony or a misdemeanor, we know exactly what courses of action to follow in order to assure you the best possible outcome.
Hiring a Successful Placer County DUI Attorney
Picking the right defense attorney could mean the difference between being convicted and having your case dismissed. We promise that you will not regret choosing our distinguished law firm to represent your rights during this difficult time. No matter how daunting your case may appear we assure you that we have the experience and knowledge necessary to garner an equitable result. Begin by filling out a free online case evaluation today.
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