San Diego DUI Attorney announcement: No early release for San Diego DUI offenders
The Sheriff’s Department is suspending the early release of people arrested on suspicion of a San Diego DUI or San Diego drunk driving during the holidays.
Suspension of the early release program will be in effect from Friday until 6 a.m. Jan. 2. Anyone arrested on misdemeanor San Diego DUI or San Diego drunk driving charges will be required to post $2,500 bail or will have to be arraigned a San Diego DUI lawyer before being released. If anyone is unable to post bail, he or she will be required to appear before a San Diego DUI judge on the next available court day and will have to spend Christmas or New Year’s Day weekend in jail.
There is further no early release for those arrested and booked on felony DUI charges. The temporary suspension of its Conditional Custody Release Program is meant to deter people from driving drunk during the Christmas and New Year holidays.
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