DUI

What Are Your Choices? What To Do After Getting Your First DUI

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Aug 24, 2021 | DUI

Being arrested for your first DUI can be a very stressful experience. However, it’s important to understand your options in these circumstances. Making the right choices now could help you avoid significant penalties in the future. The following overview will familiarize you with the penalties you might face for a DUI conviction, as well as… read more

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What You Need to Know About First Offense DWI in California 

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Jan 29, 2021 | DUI

California aggressively enforces DWI laws throughout the state. The penalties for a DWI conviction can be severe. If this is your first offense DWI in California, you need to know some very important details about drunk driving charges. A First Offense DWI Can Result in Severe Penalties Many people assume that if this is their… read more

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How Often Do DUI Cases Go to Trial?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 30, 2020 | DUI

DUI cases are considered criminal charges in California. Therefore, each DUI case has the chance of going to trial. In reality, most DUI cases are resolved without going to trial. That does not necessarily mean that all DUI cases that do not go to trial end in a guilty verdict. If you have a strong… read more

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What You Need to Know About DUI Cases

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 27, 2020 | DUI

The California Vehicle Code §23152(a) states that it is unlawful for any person under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or the combined influence of alcohol and drugs, to drive a vehicle. If you are stopped, and the officer suspects you are under the influence, knowing what to do is crucial. What to Do if… read more

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When Is a DUI a Felony in California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Jul 29, 2020 | DUI

Are you wondering when a DUI is a felony in California? The knowledgeable lawyers at the Rodriguez Law Group are always happy to provide our friends and neighbors in Los Angeles with the information they require. Here’s what you need to know about drunk driving charges in LA. Driving Under the Influence – Understanding the… read more

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How Long After an Accident Can I Be Charged With a DUI?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Jan 31, 2020 | DUI

You’re driving home one night after having a few drinks with your friends in downtown Los Angeles. Before you know it, your car crashes into another. The police show up at the scene and ask some questions. Then, to your surprise, they complete a report and send you on your way. How long after that… read more

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How Long Does Alcohol Stay On Your Breath?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Dec 12, 2019 | DUI

You have a few drinks at the bar. Then you have a glass of water and some food. You want to make sure that you’re alert and able to drive home safely. You get into the car and begin your journey home. Then, not long after you begin to drive away, you see red and… read more

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Is a DUI a Felony in California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Sep 14, 2018 | DUI

It’s illegal to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol in California. While most first-time DUI offenses will be charged as misdemeanors, it is possible for DUI to be a felony. Getting a felony DUI can be devastating. The consequences of a conviction can stay with you for life. It’s important to understand… read more

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Avoid a DUI This Fourth of July Weekend

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Jul 03, 2018 | DUI

In California, drunk driving arrests tend to spike in the summer, particularly on and around certain holidays. The Fourth of July is no exception. In 2016, more than 1,110 drivers across the state were arrested on suspicion of DUI on the Fourth of July. That same night, at least 35 fatalities were tied to drunk… read more

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Can You Get a DUI If Your BAC is Below the Legal Limit?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Apr 19, 2018 | DUI

Do you have to have a certain amount of alcohol in your body to be convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) in California? Contrary to popular belief, the answer is no. There are actually two ways you can get a DUI. The first is when your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) exceeds the legal limit…. read more

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