Anaheim Out Of State DUI And Tickets Attorney

If you are an out-of-state driver that has been arrested for DUI, contact us here at the law office of the Anaeim DUI attorney to review your case immediately.

Out-of-state drivers should be aware that California is a member of the Non Resident Violator Compact and the Driver License Compact, two agreements between states to legislate driver’s license laws together and report driver infractions to each other. Within the states that are members of this compact, you only have one driving record. If you get a DUI in California, that DUI will follow you into any of the states that are members of either of these agreements.

Out-of-state drivers arrested for DUI with an out-of-state license will have to deal with both their criminal charge and the DMV. Depending on the status of their residency, you may also face consequences in your state of origin.

If you are an out-of-state driver but a California resident, you should have been given a temporary license valid for 30 days. If you are an out-of-state driver visiting the state and a non-California resident, your privilege to drive in California will be suspended beginning 30 days after your arrest.

The Anaheim DUI attorney can help you petition the DMV to reinstate your license as well as defend you against you criminal charge.

Appointing an experienced Anaheim DUI attorney can help minimize the amount of punishment you receive in California and your native state of residence. Contact us for your immediate consultation today.