Underage DUI

Underage DUI

Underage DUI   California “Zero-Tolerance” Law California has zero-tolerance when it comes to underage drinking and driving. California’s “Zero-Tolerance” law makes it illegal for a driver, under the age of 21, to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.01% or higher. Essentially, this means that a driver, under the age of 21, cannot […]

California Federal DUI Lawyers

Federal DUI Attorneys

California Federal DUI Lawyers   The United States legal system has two distinct levels of criminal law: state and federal. At the state level, local city or county governments handle all criminal matters. However, the Federal Government has jurisdiction over many laws outside of local city and county governments, which is why you should contact an […]

Video Games Lead to Higher Collision Rates

Collision Rates Rise Due to Gaming

  Video Games Lead to Higher Collision Rates   2021 marked a revolutionary year for technology and innovation, even amidst a global pandemic. Breakthrough discoveries like advances in Nuclear Fission, fully communicative AI assistants, and electric vehicles are just the beginning. Electric vehicles, in particular, have been on the rise since Tesla’s market debut in 2010. Once […]

DUI Preventative Vehicle

DUI Preventative Vehicle

  DUI Preventative Vehicle   In the years leading up to the year 2027, monumental improvements to DUI detection technology are likely to take place. These improvements could mean monumental changes to the current status of DUI’s and DUI related injuries throughout the United States. However, with a nationwide statistic that continues to grow with […]

A Commercial DUI

A Commercial License

  A Commercial DUI   Commercial License In California, there are three different types of commercial driver’s license. A Commercial A license is based on weight. Commercial A driver’s license allow holders to operate a vehicle that has a gross combined weight of 26,000 lbs. On the other hand, a Commercial B license prohibits drivers […]

How Can You Get a Wet Reckless When Only Wet?

Wet Reckless

How can you get a Wet Reckless when only wet? California Highway Patrol (CHP) DUI Officers This particular California Highway Patrolman (CHP) happens to be one of their DUI officers. CHP DUI officers are highly trained. They begin their training at the Academy in Sacramento. There they learn to operate breath tests, talk to jurors […]

Military Base DUI Court Case in San Diego

Military Base DUI Court Case Details A Fleet ASW base Expeditionary Strike Group, active military man, loves a good 10% IPA beer. It does not take much to get you 2x over the .08% BAC legal limit in California. This is measured by PL-33, PL-36 Intoxmeters Inc. EC/IR-II breath test machine, after an officer-claimed a 15 […]

Free Online AA, Smart Recovery or Self-Help Meetings

If you get arrested for a DUI, it is possible an alcohol problem could be the root of it. When your BAC is well over the .08% limit, and/or this is not your first DUI, there’s a strong indication that you need to make a change. One thing I have discovered practicing law since 1983 […]

High BAC or Prior DUI Case in San Diego County – What to do?

High-BAC-or-Prior-DUI-Case-in-San-Diego-County

What should be the first items of business when you are arrested with a high BAC, for a second DUI, or for a third DUI while being well over the legal limit? Obviously, the DUI prosecuting lawyer and the San Diego Superior Court will not be pleased when they see a high BAC and/or prior […]

Avoid a DUI on the 4th of July

DUI Stats Researched by San Diego DUI Lawyer

Fourth of July festivities include some of the most fun and memorable times with family and friends! It is a time to celebrate and appreciate the freedom of our nation. However, these freedoms can be easily abused and quickly turn festivities into fatalities. Unfortunately, there are moments when we do not use our best judgment and […]