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  • What's the Difference Between a First or Multiple Defense DUI?
    What's the Difference Between a First or Multiple Defense DUI?

    Getting a DUI can put your finances, relationships, and career in jeopardy, including more. However, it is even more important to understand that there are differences in how the law views repeat DUI ...

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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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  • Truth About Repeat DUI Offenders
    Truth About Repeat DUI Offenders

    Throughout the past three decades, a number of organizations and government agencies have focused heavily on driving under the influence (DUI). As part of this focus, many safety officials have ...

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  • What Factors Affect a DUI Case?
    What Factors Affect a DUI Case?

    In California, driving under the influence (DUI) is considered a “wobbler offense,” which means it can be prosecuted as a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the facts of the case. If you’re facing ...

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  • Do Out-of-State DUIs Count as Priors?
    Do Out-of-State DUIs Count as Priors?

    In today’s day and age, people move around a lot. It’s not uncommon to move out-of-state because of school, a sweetheart, a job offer you can’t refuse, or simply the need for a change of scenery. ...

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