Monthly Archives: March 2012

Can a Police Officer Text/Talk While Driving?

For those of you who like to drive around and wave your finger at an officer for texting while driving, I have some words of wisdom for you. Don’t do it. California Vehicle Code Section 23123.5 prohibits drivers from texting … Continue reading

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Legal Fees in Comparison

According to the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs the average cost for legal fees is $2500. I happen to agree with this but I still charge much lower. Check out my fees page.    Their estimate for a DUI … Continue reading

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California and National DUI Statistics

http://www.adp.ca.gov/FactSheets/DrivingUnderTheInfluenceStatistics.pdf

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DUI Program Info

There are 472 DUI programs that provide first and/or multiple-offender program  services throughout California’s  58 counties.  I have a client attending the ECS Accord DUI Program in San Diego on El Cajon Blvd. near 70th Street.  It is a quick … Continue reading

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5 Days Work Service for DUI

Often wonder what it takes to be required to to Work Service? If your BAC is more than double the legal limit, .16, you will be required to do work service.  This is not community service at your local church … Continue reading

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DUI Classes – Cost and Length / 1st to Multiple Offenses

If you are put on probation for DUI you will be required to take a DUI class. The DUI class is the one term of your probation that will vary from case to case.  The fines, length or probation, MADD … Continue reading

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