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  • Penalties for a 4th DUI in California
    Penalties for a 4th DUI in California

    California cracks down pretty harshly on anyone who has been convicted for driving under the influence ( DUI ). Even just a first-time DUI conviction can slam you with more than a thousand dollars in ...

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  • Have Past DUIs? Here's How to Ensure 2016 is
    Have Past DUIs? Here's How to Ensure 2016 is "DUI Free"

    If you have a prior arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) in California, we encourage you to take steps to avoid being charged with any subsequent offenses. In California, second and third ...

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  • How to Protect Your Rights During a DUI Stop in California
    How to Protect Your Rights During a DUI Stop in California

    If you have ever been pulled over for suspected drunk driving , you may have realized just how frightening of an experience it can be. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to protect ...

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  • Can I Refuse To Take a Breathalyzer Test in California?
    Can I Refuse To Take a Breathalyzer Test in California?

    If you maintain a valid driver's license in California, you are required to abide by the state's implied consent law—which states that you cannot legally refuse to comply with chemical testing if a ...

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  • How Do I Restore My Driver's License After a DUI Arrest?
    How Do I Restore My Driver's License After a DUI Arrest?

    Once you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in California, the police would have the right to confiscate your driver's license. They will generally issue a temporary driving ...

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  • Have You Been Arrested for DUI in Solano County?
    Have You Been Arrested for DUI in Solano County?

    If you or a loved one has been arrested for DUI in Solano County or in a surrounding area, you can expect everyone from the arresting officer, to the court, to the judge and prosecuting attorney, to ...

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