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  • Getting a DUI as a Commercial Driver
    Getting a DUI as a Commercial Driver

    If you have been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol while operating a commercial vehicle, you face serious consequences. In California, it is unlawful to drive a commercial vehicle with ...

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  • About California Commercial DUI
    About California Commercial DUI

    Under Section 23152(d) of the California Vehicle Code, it’s against the law to drive a commercial vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .04 percent or above. The .04 percent BAC limit ...

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  • Can I Lose My Job Because of a DUI?
    Can I Lose My Job Because of a DUI?

    A driving under the influence (DUI) conviction can affect one’s ability to get a job for years because most job applications ask candidates if they’ve ever been convicted of a crime. While some ...

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  • Improving Your Chances of Getting Hired After a DUI
    Improving Your Chances of Getting Hired After a DUI

    “If I am convicted of DUI and it comes up on a background check, will it affect my ability to get a job?” As an Orange County DUI defense firm, we get asked this question a lot. If you’re in the job ...

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  • Commercial DUI in Orange County, California
    Commercial DUI in Orange County, California

    In California, like all other states, drivers age 21 and older are prohibited from driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or above. Any BAC greater than .08% will signal to law ...

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  • Finding Work as a Commercial Driver After a DUI
    Finding Work as a Commercial Driver After a DUI

    Due to the size and weight of the vehicles they drive, commercial drivers are held to a higher standard when it comes to driving under the influence of intoxicants. While the legal intoxication limit ...

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