California D.U.I & D.W.I Traffic Violations
What Is A D.U.I & D.W.I?
*FIRST OFF YOU ONLY HAVE 10 DAYS TO SAVE YOUR CALIFORNIA DRIVER LICENSE ONCE GIVEN A D.U.I. TICKET IN CALIFORNIA*
The State of California has some of the stiffest penalties for a committed DUI offense. The state laws are enforced to provide protection to innocent citizens from a driver that makes poor judgments and who puts lives of other drivers or pedestrians at risk. California’s maximum limit for a non-commercial driver is only .08% of blood alcohol level. You can be tested regardless whether you violated any traffic laws. If suspected of a DWI offense, that allows a patrol officer to conduct a traffic stop and administer testing to help determine your level of impairment.
What You Will Need To Do After Receiving A DUI Conviction?
Patrol officers will administer several tests to help make the determination of your ability to drive without harm. A sobriety test or blood alcohol test, are routine ways that are used when you are suspected of a DWI offense or a possible DUI offense. Refusal of these tests, essentially is no different than admitting your guilty. Your driver’s license will be suspended and you will be arrested and charged with a DUI or DWI offense. You will have the ability to schedule your DMV hearing within 10 working days of notification of the license suspension. After requesting a hearing, an experienced attorney is beneficial to help restore your driving privileges.
Ticket Dismissers has the experience to examine your DUI / DWI offense committed in California. During the handling of your offense facts or errors that may have been committed will be reviewed. Choosing to drive after your ticket has been issued can cause impounding of your automobile and extended suspension of your driver’s license.
A zero-tolerance law has been enforced if under 21 years of age. There must not be any amount of alcohol in the blood and if so you’ll lose your license for one year.
New California Traffic Law 2013–Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Sanctions-Eliminates the urine test as one of the three chemical tests to determine a driver’s drug content when arrested for a DUI of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both, unless the individual: Is unable to provide a blood and/or breath sample. Has a heart condition, or is taking anti-coagulate narcotics as directed by a licensed physician. Is a hemophiliac.
What We Do For Your D.U.I.?
- Received a ticket from a Police Officer
- Signed your ticket promising to appear to court
- Missed the court date you promised to appear
- Received a letter from the DMV saying your license is suspended.
- If this seems familiar contact us now!