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  • How Will a DUI Impact Your Insurance Rates?
    How Will a DUI Impact Your Insurance Rates?

    DUI charges can result in serious consequences, such as jail time, hefty fines, and license suspension. What people don’t realize is that a DUI can also significantly impact your insurance rates. Our ...

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  • Ultimate Guide to DUI Court Procedures
    Ultimate Guide to DUI Court Procedures

    If you are facing DUI charges, it is important for you to understand the DUI court procedures. Since courts handle many criminal procedures, individuals don’t have time to prepare, making it difficult ...

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  • 4 Types of DUI Charges
    4 Types of DUI Charges

    When most people think of DUI charges, they think of an alcohol-impaired vehicle driver. However, drunk driving laws aren’t only limited to those circumstances. There are various types of enhanced DUI ...

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  • How to Reinstate Your License after a California DUI
    How to Reinstate Your License after a California DUI

    Getting your license suspended is one of the harshest DUI penalties. Everyone in Southern California relies on their vehicle to get to and from work. If your license was suspended after a DUI, you ...

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  • How Is BAC Measured? [Infographic]
    How Is BAC Measured? [Infographic]

    Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is the amount of alcohol in a person’s bloodstream. BAC levels are typically measured by breath, blood, or urine tests when a person is pulled over for suspicion of ...

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  • 3 Tips to Avoid Getting a DUI During the Holidays
    3 Tips to Avoid Getting a DUI During the Holidays

    During the holiday season, people are out eating, drinking, and spending time with their loved ones. Although this year might be different due to the current health crisis, it is important to know ...

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