Anaheim DUI Defense Attorney

Anaheim DUI FAQ

Will I lose my license?

Your DUI arrest automatically puts your license in jeopardy. Even if your case is dismissed, there is a chance you will lose your driving privileges. You have 10 calendar days to contact the DMV following your arrest to request a hearing

How do I get my license back?

If you have not been convicted, the Anaheim DUI attorney will represent your case at the DMV. At the very least, you will most likely be able to get a restricted license. If you have been convicted of DUI, must complete all components of your DUI sentence including paying all fines and attending a drug and alcohol education program.

What if I was in an accident?

Contact the Anaheim DUI attorney immediately. If there was an injury, you could face up to 6 years in prison. If there was a death in your accident, it is possible you will be sentenced to up to 10 years in state prison or even more if you are charged with Vehicular Manslaughter.

What if I refused a BAC test?

You have the right to refuse sobriety testing, however a refusal of a breath test will result in a license suspension of up to 1 year and a mandatory 48 hours of jail time. A refusal can also be argued in court as an admittance of guilt.

What happens if I was arrested for DUI in a commercial vehicle?

In addition to whatever consequences brought forth by your employer, you will lose your commercial license for one full year and are not eligible for a hardship license. In order to reinstate your commercial license you must wait the full year and then pay a disqualification reinstatement fee. If you were transporting hazardous materials when convicted, the disqualification is for three years.

What if I have more than one DUI within a 10-year period?

Consequences increase with each DUI offense. If this is your fourth DUI, you will be charged with a felony.

Why should I hire an attorney?

You can represent yourself in court and at the DMV but the Anaheim DUI attorney is your best chance at resolving your case as quickly as possible with minimal damage to your personal life.