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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
Rolling Hills Dui Lawyers
The location of Rolling Hills allows you to access the many attractions in the wider southern California area. This means the chances of a new experience each day is very high. However, you need to restrain yourself when it comes to alcohol consumption especially when you plan to drive. This is because authorities in Rolling Hills are very strict when it comes to driving under influence (DUI).
What are the Penalties of DUI Convictions in Rolling Hills?
The severity of the penalties depends on the frequency of the offence and other factors.
First DUI Offense
If this is your first offence, you stand to spend 4 days in jail and a fine of $1,000. You also stand to lose your driving license for 6 months. The judge might also recommend that you go through a DUI program.
Second DUI Offense
You face 12 months in jail with $1,000 in fines. Your license might be suspended for up to 48 months. You also have to take an intense drunk driving program. The judge might order that an ignition interlock device be installed in your car to make sure you don’t start your car when you are drunk.
Third and Fourth DUI Offenses
The penalties for subsequent offenses are similar to a second DUI conviction, but you stand to lose your driving license for up to 36 months (third offense). If it is the fourth conviction, you stand to lose your driving license up to 60 months.
As you can see, you might end up losing your job because you will end up with a criminal record on your name.
When is a DUI Considered a Felony in Rolling Hills?
Normally, a DUI charge is considered a misdemeanor unless some factors affect it. If you are driving under influence with a passenger aged 14 years and below in the car, or if you cause death or injury to someone else, then this is considered a felony. You stand to pay more in fines and spend more time in jail.
How can we help?
When faced with a DUI conviction, whether as a first time or a repeat offender, we have the solution for you. Here is what we can do:
We Help Clear Charges
We can help remove the DUI charges from your record. We can also appeal against the suspension of your driving license, and recover it before you go to court. This means you can continue using the license until the case goes to trial.
We Find Loopholes and Take Advantage of Them
Not every DUI charge might be performed the right way by the arresting officer. This is why we go in and try to find whether the test was done the right way and whether the equipment used were working properly. We do this so that we can find a loophole to use and clear your charges. We also look for witnesses who can testify that you were thinking rationally at the time of arrest.
We Help you Prepare for Trial
We take time to set up a pretrial conference so that we discuss the various options that you have, and which one is the best for your case.