The holiday season is upon us, and with it usually comes a lot of good cheer. Family
and friends get together to enjoy each other’s company and celebrate the season. Office
parties are a plenty this festive time of year. There always seems to be plenty of food and
spirits available for everyone to enjoy. Continue reading “Twelve Tips To Avoid A DUI Conviction”
If you’ve been arrested and charged with a DUI in the Southern California, you should take these charges seriously as you could be facing jail time, fines, and suspension of your driving privileges.
Fortunately, if you decide to work with an experienced DUI Defense Lawyer, it is possible to have your charges reduced or even dismissed. Continue reading “Is a Wet Reckless Better than a DUI?”
A person’s blood alcohol content can be determined by testing a sample of the person’s blood. Compared to a breath test, a blood test is generally a more accurate method to determine a person’s blood alcohol concentration if the analysis is done correctly. However, blood alcohol analysis is a very complicated process and there are many factors related to blood testing that can cause the result to be unreliable. Continue reading “DUI Blood Alcohol Testing & How To Fight Them”
Blood alcohol testing is an attempt by law enforcement to determine how much alcohol is in a driver’s bloodstream. If a blood alcohol test result is 0.08% or higher, a driver is presumed to have violated the law (Vehicle Code 23152(b)). Keep in mind that the defense can present evidence, either through cross examination or affirmatively, that the test result is unreliable. It is important to remember that the blood alcohol test is supposed to determine the driver’s blood alcohol concentration at the time of driving the car, and not after the fact. There can be a significant difference between a driver’s blood alcohol concentration at the time of driving and the time the test is taken, which sometimes occurs an hour or more later. Continue reading “Determining a Driver’s Blood Alcohol Level”