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  • Can a DUI Affect My Divorce Proceedings?
    Can a DUI Affect My Divorce Proceedings?

    Alcoholism is a disorder where a person’s drinking causes serious problems in their everyday life, yet the individual continues to drink. Often, the addiction can spill over into the alcoholic’s ...

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  • Factors that Affect BAC
    Factors that Affect BAC

    If you have experience drinking, you might have noticed that you can drink approximately the same amount on different occasions and sometimes feel a buzz, while other times “feel nothing.” There are ...

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  • Drunk Driving Facts
    Drunk Driving Facts

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 28 people die every day in the United States due to drunk driving – that is one fatality every 53 minutes. Thanks to seat belt ...

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  • Getting a DUI While on Probation
    Getting a DUI While on Probation

    In Orange County and throughout California, when criminal defendants are placed on probation, it means they will be closely supervised by the court while they are out in the community. Generally, ...

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  • Is a Third DUI a Felony in California?
    Is a Third DUI a Felony in California?

    It is not uncommon for people to be arrested for DUI in Orange County, and then to reoffend. Often, drunk driving is a habit and it can be repeated, especially when the individual is addicted to ...

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  • Can I Get Arrested for Wet Reckless?
    Can I Get Arrested for Wet Reckless?

    There is a lot of talk around the .08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit and whether a person can get arrested for DUI in Orange County if their BAC is less than .08%. Many California drivers ...

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