When facing DUI charges, there is a lot on the line and the worst thing you can do is be passive. Even if you believe there may be some merit to the charges, you set yourself up for painful consequences by sitting back and letting the court issue punishments as it sees fit. The court’s uncontested DUI punishments are often very harsh and can be highly limiting for you after your case is over.
Consequences of a DUI in California typically include:
And that’s just for a first DUI offense! If you a previous DUI on your record, your jail time, fines, license suspension and other consequences will be much more punitive and uncomfortable. For the sake of your own future and well-being, don’t go to court without first securing legal representation.
It is also key to have proper representation during your DMV hearing. During this meeting, which occurs before your court proceedings, DMV officials decide whether to revoke or suspend your driver’s license. Our team understands that you rely heavily on your ability to transport yourself, and we know losing your license can have adverse effects on your employment, ability to parent, and ability to function independently.
We want to help you keep your driver’s license as long as possible. Call (562) 268-5522 to learn more about how we can help you during your DMV hearing.
You may be rattled and worried if you are facing charges of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs—and for good reason! DUI charges, along with other criminal charges, are serious and can have powerful, negative effects on your life, even if you are not ultimately convicted. Your best bet for having your charges dismissed or your penalties reduced is to get help from someone who is experienced in criminal litigation.
At the Law Office of Ronald M. Hall, we know what it takes to put up a fight and defend your name in court. When you bring our Huntington Park criminal defense attorney onto your team, you can sit back and let us do the hard work for you.
Contact the Law Office of Ronald M. Hall today for help fighting your criminal charges.