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  • Violating DUI Probation in California
    Violating DUI Probation in California

    What is DUI Probation? In California, most people who are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) are placed on probation. DUI probation is a favorable sentencing alternative because it allows ...

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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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  • DUI Mistakes That Can Cost a College Scholarship
    DUI Mistakes That Can Cost a College Scholarship

    Come the end of summer, college campuses across the country become busy once again as they prepare for the new academic year. For many first-year college students, the school they are attending ...

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  • California DUI Probation Violations
    California DUI Probation Violations

    In California, most first-time driving under the influence (DUI) convictions involve probation. DUI defendants generally consider probation to be a “favorable alternative” over having to go to jail. ...

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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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