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Open Container Laws in California
Open Container Laws in California

Open Container Laws in California Under the California Vehicle Code (VC) Sections 23221 - 23229, it is illegal to travel with open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles, even if the beverage has been opened and not consumed. Typically this is an infraction unless there is ...

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Blog posts in DUI Charge

  • Are Breathalyzers Always Accurate?

    In Rancho Cucamonga, California, a police officer can pull you over when you’re driving if they have probable cause. This can include anything ranging ...

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  • Mythbusters: DUI Checkpoints

    DUI checkpoints, otherwise known as sobriety checkpoints, are set up by law enforcement officers to check drivers for signs of intoxication and to ...

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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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  • FAQ #10: How Long Does a DUI Case Take?

    DUI cases typically wrap up within one year of the day of the offense. If blood is taken, there's usually about a two-month wait before you actually ...

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  • FAQ #9: Should I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test?

    Imagine you're still out in your car and you've just been pulled over by the police. If he wants you to blow into this tube out of this little machine ...

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  • FAQ #5: How much is a DUI fine in California?

    DUI fines in California are outrageous. The minimum fine is $390, and that doesn't sound as bad. However, every county adds government assessments and ...

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  • FAQ #2: What happens with a second DUI?

    The second DUI has much more serious consequences than a first DUI. It requires a longer alcohol program, longer probation and the fines can be ...

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