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After a DUI: What to Do Next to Minimize the Impact If you’ve been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in the Inland Empire, it’s important to take immediate action to protect your rights and interests. What you do in the days following your arrest can significantly impact the outcome of your case. It’s…

I. DMV Hearings (Admin Per Se Hearings) Whenever a person is arrested for a DUI, they face two issues: 1) A criminal case and 2) a DMV Hearing. A DMV Hearing must be requested within 10 days of the date you are arrested, in order to preserve your ability to drive. If you fail to contact…

I. California Vehicle Code 23152 – Driving under the Influence/Driving with a BAC of .08 or higher Legal Definition: A DUI can be found in multiple ways, but most commonly, you can be found guilty of a DUI if you are found to be driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a drug or…

I. California Vehicle Code 23152 – Driving under the Influence/Driving with a BAC of .08 or higher Legal Definition: A DUI can be found in multiple ways, but most commonly, you can be found guilty of a DUI if you are found to be driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a drug…

I. California Vehicle Code 23153: Driving under the Influence/Driving with a BAC of .08 or higher Legal Definition: A DUI can be found in multiple ways, but most commonly, you can be found guilty of a DUI if you are found to be driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a drug or…

I. California Vehicle Code 10851/PC 487: Vehicle Theft Legal Definition: Any person who drives or takes a vehicle not his or her own, without the consent of the owner thereof, and with intent either to permanently or temporarily deprive the owner thereof of his or her title to or possession of the vehicle, whether with…

I. California Vehicle Code 20001/20002: Hit and Run Legal Definition: The driver of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to a person, other than himself or herself, or in the death of a person shall immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident (VC 20001(a)). The driver of any vehicle…

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