Frequently Asked Questions About California DUI Charges
Can I represent Myself on a DUI in Sacramento County?
You have a constitutional right to represent yourself in any US court of
law but remember that representing oneself can have adverse practical
consequences. An experienced Sacramento DUI attorney's greatest asset is
his or her capacity to provide objective, dispassionate advice to their
clients who may be overwrought by their legal problems. Read more...
Do I need an attorney?
Anytime you are charged with drunk-driving in Sacramento it is
imperative that you seek a qualified DUI lawyer. California DUI law and
the legal system are complex. Your success depends upon hiring an
aggressive, experienced and local Sacramento DUI attorney. Read more...
What kind of lawyer do I need?
It is crucial that you hire an attorney that practices extensively in
criminal defense and has the experience of representing thousands of
clients in Northern California criminal courts. Read more...
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Can I afford an attorney?
You should expect to pay a reasonable flat fee for DUI representation.
When you are facing Sacramento drunk-driving charges, you can't afford
not to have an attorney! Our Sacramento DUI Attorneys can offer a
payment plan and/or financing to help you get the representation you so
desperately need. Read more...
What if I can't afford an attorney?
If you are unemployed or have a very low income, the court will appoint a
Public Defender to represent you at your first court appearance.
Will I have to go back to jail?
Northern California has experienced high death rates as a direct result
of DUIs. Therefore, the political and public mood toward defendants
cries for harsher sentences.
Why am I charged with a DUI in California when I had only taken my prescribed medication(s)?
If the prescribed medication has been determined to potentially alter
ones driving ability, the court and DMV may pursue a DUI conviction.
Will I lose my driving privilege?
In order to retain your driving privilege it is imperative that you or
your DUI attorney contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles
within ten (10) days to ensure a temporary stay on the suspension of
your California Driver License. Read more...
The arresting agency took my California Driver License and gave me a pink sheet of paper. How long is that good for?
When you are arrested for a DUI in California, the arresting agency will
retain your license and provide you with a pink temporary license. It
is only valid for 30 days from the date of arrest. Read more...
If you've been arrested for a DUI/DWI in Sacramento County, Yolo County,
Placer County, San Joaquin County, El Dorado County, Yuba County or any
other county in Northern California, please contact the sponsor of
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DUI Checkpoints in Sacramento and Surrounding Areas
Friday, September 3, 2010
The Taskforce will conduct a DUI Checkpoint in the City of Elk Grove.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
The Taskforce will conduct DUI Roving patrols in Sacramento County.
August 20 - September 6, 2010
The California Highway Patrol will deploy all available officers onto freeways and county roads in their jurisdiction.
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