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FAQ #20: What Happens When You Get Arrested for a DUI?
FAQ #20: What Happens When You Get Arrested for a DUI?

After you're arrested the police complete the investigation. That report is then forwarded to the district attorney's office. The district attorney's office can take up to a year to file that case against you. Although you'll feel that something needs to happen immediately, ...

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  • FAQ #19: What Constitutes as a Felony?

    The penal code, or the vehicle code, gives us directions as to what is a felony or what is a misdemeanor. However, the district attorney within those ...

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  • FAQ #18: What is the Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor?

    The difference between what is a misdemeanor and what is a felony is the seriousness of the crime or as defined by statute, the California legislator. ...

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  • FAQ #17: Is Domestic Violence a Felony in California?

    In California, domestic violence can either be a felony or a misdemeanor. Typically, the delineation point is how grievous are the injuries or how ...

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  • FAQ #16: Do I Need a Lawyer for a Domestic Violence Case?

    One of the questions I think that we hear frequently is, "Why would I need a lawyer or how do I know which lawyer to choose?" And I always tell any ...

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  • FAQ #15: What is Domestic Violence?

    In California, what is considered domestic violence can span over a great breadth of situations. For example, it could be if you are out in public, ...

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  • FAQ #14: What is Domestic Assault?

    Domestic assault is another way of saying domestic violence or domestic battery. A lot of times, you hear assault and batter. And they are very close ...

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  • FAQ #13: What is the Blood Alcohol Level in California?

    The legal blood-alcohol level in California, if you are a driver that's over 21, is a .08%. That means if you are driving with a .08% blood-alcohol ...

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  • FAQ #12: Can I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test in California?

    When you get your license in California, you agree to an implied consent that you will participate in a chemical test if requested lawfully by a ...

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  • FAQ #11: Can I Get a DUI for an Open Container?

    If you're pulled over and you have an open container of alcohol in the car, it may or may not result in a DUI . It's guaranteed to result in a ...

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