WHY CHOOSE H&M Law?
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Our firm takes on fewer clients than other firms. We're selective on who we work with, so we can provide better results.
Flexible Payment Plans
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Our criminal defense law firm is available 24/7 to help you, regardless of when you get arrested.
Reason Clients Hire Us
Our firm is founded by top tier attorneys and former prosecutors. We have inside knowledge of how the criminal justice system works. We know judges, and opposing counsels, on a personal level and can help secure you the best outcome. Our focus is on getting your case dismissed, or charges significantly lowered - so it doens't impact your life.
recent case results
Homicide 6 years in jail
Gun Possession 10 years in jail
Kidnapping 12 years in jail
Homicide 6 years in jail
Drug Possession 9 years in jail
DUI (.15) 3 years in jail
Felony DUI (.13) 5 years in jail
DUI (.09) 6 years in jail
Azusa Dui Lawyers
Those who have been charged with DUI could face serious consequences. They may have to spend time in jail, pay a fine or even lose their license. This could put a tremendous strain on their social, personal and professional lives. The good news is that a DUI lawyer may be able to help an individual charged with DUI have that charge reduced or dropped in court.
Some Penalties Are Mandatory
It is important to understand that some DUI penalties are mandatory. This means that a judge has no little to no leeway when it comes to sentencing a driver who has been convicted of a DUI. However, it may be possible to avoid jail time or a license revocation if the charge is reduced to reckless or careless driving.
A DUI Conviction May Be Disclosed to Others
If you are convicted of a DUI, you may need to disclose that fact to an employer or to a school when applying for admission. When a charge is reduced or dropped, that requirement may also be dropped. Not having to disclose a previous DUI charge or conviction can make it easier to advance in your professional life or get your education from a school that you want to go to.
Your Insurance Rates Will Go Up
If you are convicted of a DUI, your insurance rates will go up significantly. Drivers who have been convicted of drunk driving are considered to be high risk and many national insurance companies will not insure them. Therefore, you could be required to get insurance through the state or buy special insurance designed for those with a recent DUI conviction.
Your Lawyer Works for You Until Your Case Is Settled
You can rest assured that your attorney is going to work for you until your case is settled. A DUI defense attorney knows the law inside and out and will do whatever it takes to get you a favorable outcome in court. By questioning the validity of a traffic stop or checkpoint that led to your being taken into custody, it may be possible to cast doubt on the case against you. It may also be possible to cross-examine the officer who took you into custody and expose any irregularities in the process used to determine that you were impaired at the time of a traffic stop or DUI checkpoint.
If you are charged with a DUI, you don’t have to resign yourself to time in jail or a large fine. Instead, you can hire a DUI attorney who will fight for you until your charge is dropped or reduced. Whether you are a first-time offender or have been taken into custody for DUI before, an attorney may be able to help you resolve your case in a manner that lets you rebuild your life.