Hiring a Brea DUI Attorney or Brea DUI Lawyer Will Help You To Beat Your Brea DUI Arrest
As a result of your recent Brea DUI Arrest, are you interested in learning more about hiring a local Brea DUI Attorney or Brea DUI Lawyer to Help You To Fight Your Case?
Or are you confused about the general DUI process and would like to know the consequences of your Brea DUI arrest, in clear, concise terms?
We can help. At the Aspen Law Group, Brea's Premier DUI Defense Law Firm, a Brea DUI Attorney is on call 24/7 to take your call and explain the consequences of your Brea DUI Arrest.
Did You Know If you Hire a Brea DUI Attorney to Represent You, You Won't Have to Go to Court?
So long as your Brea DUI case is filed as a Misdemeanor, your California DUI Attorney can appear at both the North Justice Center and at the DMV without you having to appear. This means that you can save time, money, and frustration by hiring a Brea DUI Lawyer to both appear and fight your DUI case.
Were You Stopped in a Brea Checkpoint?
The Brea Police Department are aggressively arresting Orange County residents for DUIs. Brea Police Department's DUI task force sets up nightly checkpoints to screen drivers for DUIs and make the absolute most DUI arrests and convictions they can.
As far as those field tests are concerned, the Brea Police aren't looking to see if you passed or failed your Field Sobriety Tests. Instead, the Brea Police are looking for "cues" which show that you may be under the influence of alcohol An experienced Brea DUI Attorney will be able to determine if the Brea Police administered these DUI sobriety tests correctly. This is crucial to the defense of your Brea DUI because there is no way to know whether your test results show signs of intoxication of the tests were not administered properly.
Luckily, Brea Police Department's patrol vehicles are equipped with video cameras that often show the reason for the stop as well as your performance on the filed sobriety tests. This evidence is often crucial to your defense both at court and at DMV and only an experienced Brea DUI Lawyer will be able to obtain this information on your behalf.
Our Mission Extends To Beyond Being Just a Brea DUI Attorney
Lawyers are often have bad reputations for taking people's money without doing any work on a case, never returning phone calls, and leaving their client's "high and dry" in their time of need.
Not at my law firm. I pride myself on always being there for my clients, giving each individual both the time and counseling they deserve. Call 877-717-2889 to experience the difference for yourself.
We Focus on Multiple Offense DUI Cases, Such As 2nd DUIs and 3rd DUI Cases.
If this is your second DUI arrest within the last 10 years, you've got twice as much as stake. Not only are you looking at a possible 1 year loss of your drivers license, you are looking at possible jail time.
If you are still on probation while you obtained an additional DUI, you are in violation of the terms of your probation, and could seek additional jail time for the probation violation, which means your not only looking at the possible jail time as a result of your new DUI arrest, you'll have to face the judge on your prior DUI for the probation violation as well.
Unlike some first DUI offenses, for a second DUI and third DUI case, the difference between having a DUI attorney represent you in court will make a drastic difference in the consequences of your DUI case.
If you have had 2 prior DUI convictions within the past 10 years and this is your 3rd DUI arrest, the statutory minimum jail time is 120 days. In additional to the jail time, you court could deem you a habitual DUI offender and subsequently suspend your drivers license to up to 10 years.
Thereby the consequences of a third DUI offense are SEVERE, but you must KNOW THIS, 120 days spent in actual jail and the 10 years suspension of your drivers license, can be avoided with an experienced DUI attorney who is dedicated to keep you out of jail and behind the wheel.
Consequences of Your Recent Brea DUI Arrest
Please note that the consequences of your Brea DUI arrest will vary with the circumstances surrounding your arrest, thereby DUI consequences and/or punishments can vary greatly. I understand this is frustrating, but it's the honest truth.. To know exactly what you could face, you're going to have to explain the details of your recent Brea Arrest to an experienced Brea DUI attorney. However, general DUI consequences are as follows:
- * Suspended License up to 10 years
- * Jail
- * Fines $2,500 +
- * Alcohol School
- * Community Work Program
- * Rehabilitation
- * Higher Insurance
- * MADD Classes
- * Court Probation
- * Morgue Classes
- * Money Paid to Victims
- * Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
- * House Arrest or Alcohol Monitoring
- * DUI Programs such as DUI COURT
- * Criminal Conviction with Prior-ability.
With this much at stake, how does it make sense not to hire an experienced Brea DUI attorney ready and able to fight your DUI and protect your rights?
Hiring a Brea DUI Attorney Can Help You Save Your License!
You must act quickly because you only have 10 Days for your Brea DUI Attorney to contact DMV to fight the License Suspension from your Brea DUI arrest.
For DUI Arrests in Orange County:
1. The DUI criminal case out of the North Justice Center
2. DMV hearing held at the Irvine Driver Safety Office
Most California DUI cases only have 10 days from the day person is cited or arrested to contact DMV to request a DMV hearing and a Stay of Suspension. Failure to contact DMV may result in an irreversible suspension of your California Driving privilege.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL ITS TOO LATE TO FIGHT, contact an experienced DUI attorney now at 877-717-2889.