Out of State DUI

Out of state drivers can turn to Chambers Law Firm for help with California DUIs

Out of State DUIHave you been stopped for a DUI in California? You’re right to be worried about what this means for your driving privileges.

Unless you are from one of the few states that does not participate in the Interstate Driving Compact, your California DUI arrest will trigger proceedings here and in your home state that could easily result in a loss of your driving privileges.

Fortunately…

…you do not just have to accept this outcome.

If you act quickly and get a qualified DUI defense attorney from Chambers Law Firm on your side right away, you will have the best possible chance of avoiding harsh DUI penalties here and in your home state.

As your DUI defense attorney, we can guide you through the two most important steps that must be completed following a DUI:

Step 1: Request Your California DMV Hearing

Although California law enforcement cannot actually confiscate an out of state license following a DUI arrest, they can give you notice that your privilege to drive in California will be revoked in 30 days.

In order to contest this notice, you need to request a DMV hearing within 10 days of your arrest. Your DUI defense attorney can help you prepare for this hearing and potentially convince the DMV not to follow through with the revocation of your driving privilege.

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Step 2: Resolve Your Criminal Charge for DUI

Regardless of the outcome of your DMV hearing, you are going to face criminal charges for your DUI. Fortunately, Chambers Law Firm can assist with this aspect of the matter as well. As an experienced DUI defense attorney, we know all the best strategies for resolving out of state DUI cases as quickly and favorably as possible.

Good News for Out of State Drivers:

You Don’t Have to Stay In California. We Can Handle Your Case While You Go Home.

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As long as your DUI charge is a misdemeanor and not a felony, you can waive your right to be present during plea deal negotiations and/or court appearances. Instead, you can simply let your attorney appear for you. If you choose this option, you can rest assured you will be kept fully updated on every step of progress in your case.

Call Now to Hire Us as Your DUI Defense Attorney

If you would like to learn more about how Chambers Law Firm can help resolve your out of state DUI case, please call us at 855-397-0210.

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