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  • How Serious is a DUI Accident?
    How Serious is a DUI Accident?

    We all know that driving under the influence (DUI) charges are serious. After all, a conviction for a first DUI without any aggravating circumstances can lead to DUI probation, fines, community ...

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  • DUI Causing Death in California
    DUI Causing Death in California

    Generally, a first , second , or third DUI within a 10-year period is prosecuted as a misdemeanor offense. However, you enter felony territory when it’s your fourth DUI within 10 years, or you ...

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  • Are You in the Habit of Drinking and Driving?
    Are You in the Habit of Drinking and Driving?

    Who doesn’t like to have a drink or two on occasion? Well, there are some people who are recovering alcoholics (you can probably name one right now), or people who are on such a cocktail of ...

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  • Increased Penalties for Multiple DUI
    Increased Penalties for Multiple DUI

    If you were recently arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Orange County and you have a previous DUI conviction on your record, you're not alone. Statistics show that a significant ...

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  • What Can Make a DUI Worse?
    What Can Make a DUI Worse?

    Under Section 23152 of the California Vehicle Code, DUI is what’s called a “wobbler offense,” meaning it can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony depending on the facts of the case. Usually, a first ...

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  • DUI: What You Need to Fear
    DUI: What You Need to Fear

    Driving under the influence (DUI) just so happens to be the ONE criminal offense that is commonly committed by everyday citizens who do not have a prior criminal record, and it’s no surprise. In the ...

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