California Legislature moves to criminalize Chemical Test Refusals in DUI Cases

On February 15, 2017, Assemblyman Thomas Lackey, R-Antelope Valley, introduced Assembly Bill 702, in an effort to make it a criminal offense for any person arrested for DUI in the State of California, to willfully refuse to submit to a chemical test of their blood, breath, or urine to determine [...]

By | 2017-05-07T05:03:42+00:00 April 26th, 2017|Blood Alcochol Level, Breathalyzer/Chemical Tests|Comments Off on California Legislature moves to criminalize Chemical Test Refusals in DUI Cases

DMV Win at Zero Tolerance Hearing at the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office

Case History: California Drivers Advocates was engaged to assist a client whose driver license was in jeopardy of being revoked for two years following a traffic accident and DUI arrest in Jurupa Valley, CA.  Our 24 year old client was accused of driving under the influence which resulted in a [...]

By | 2017-05-07T05:03:44+00:00 September 30th, 2016|Blood Alcochol Level, DUI, Recent Victories, Zero Tolerance|Comments Off on DMV Win at Zero Tolerance Hearing at the San Bernardino Driver Safety Office

DMV Victory – “Refusal” Hearing – El Segundo Driver Safety Office

Case History: California Drivers Advocates was hired to represent a client whose driver license was in jeopardy of being completely revoked for one year following a DUI arrest by a CHP Officer in the unincorporated area of South Los Angeles.  Our 30 year old client was just leaving a [...]

DMV Victory – APS DUI Hearing – San Bernardino Driver Safety Office

Case History: California Drivers Advocates was hired to assist a client whose driver license was in jeopardy of being suspended following a DUI arrest in the mountain city of Big Bear.  Our 47 year old client was distraught because of marital strife and the recent death of a family member [...]

DMV Victory at a “Refusal” Hearing in San Bernardino

Case History: California Drivers Advocates was engaged to represent a client whose driver license was in jeopardy of suspended or revoked following a DUI arrest by a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy in the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Our 67 year old client was just leaving an establishment when he [...]

DMV Victory at an APS Hearing in the San Jose Driver Safety Office

Case History: California Drivers Advocates was engaged to assist a client whose driver license was in jeopardy of being suspended following a DUI arrest in Santa Cruz County. The 48 year old client was stopped by a Santa Cruz Deputy Sheriff for driving at night with his high-beam headlights illuminated [...]

The Use of Field Sobriety Tests at a DMV Administrative Per Se Hearing?

Whenever a driver is arrested for DUI in the State of California, they face two entirely separate battles. The accused driver must face criminal prosecution before the local Superior Court and they also must fight an administrative battle with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). At an Administrative Per [...]