How Having a High Blood Alcohol Content Can Lead to a DUI Sentencing Enhancement

November 10, 2017
Driving while extremely drunk can result in increased penalties. In California, the legal limit for blood alcohol content (BAC) for most drivers is .08 percent (the exception is for drivers under the age of 21, anyone on DUI probation, and drivers of commercial vehicles). The state takes driving under the influence very seriously, and imposes…
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Is It Better to Take a Blood or Breath Test in a California DUI Case?

November 4, 2017
The answer depends in part on your level of intoxication. If you have been stopped on suspicion of driving under the influence of driving under the influence in California, you will hopefully have taken the advice of a Riverside DUI defense attorney and politely refused to take the field sobriety tests and the roadside breathalyzer…
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Can You Get Charged with a DUI of Drugs for Using Spice or Other Drugs?

October 31, 2017
If you drive while impaired, you could be charged with a DUI of Drugs. Marijuana is legal for medical and recreational purposes in California, but that has not stopped Californians from experimenting with other types of drugs. From bath salts to synthetic marijuana (often called Spice or K2), young people seem particularly vulnerable to the…
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How Long Does a California DUI Stay on Your Record?

October 29, 2017
California DUIs will remain on your record for ten years after conviction. Drinking and driving is against the law in California and in all fifty states. Because of the high potential for deadly accidents and other tragedies as a result of impaired driving, California imposes harsh penalties for anyone who is arrested for and convicted…
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