2800 Rosemead DUI Attorney – Aggressive DUI Lawyers


When facing DUI charges, you need to call a Rosemead DUI attorney at (888) 754-9860. Unlike defense attorneys who plead their clients out at the earliest opportunity, a Rosemead DUI attorney will represent you with the goal of raising as many defenses as possible and obtaining the best possible resolution.

Don’t delay in calling a Rosemead DUI attorney because you only have 10-days from your arrest to request a license revocation hearing with the DMV and your arraignment is generally held soon after your arrest. The DMV hearing can be an important tool in your criminal case preparation as well.

Proceedings in a DUI

A typical DUI case will have these various proceedings and appearances:

  • DMV hearing. Your Rosemead DUI attorney can raise issues regarding the validity of your chemical test results and probable cause in your stop and arrest

  • Arraignment. A brief appearance with your Rosemead DUI attorney where you enter a not guilty plea– the court then schedules a settlement conference for your Rosemead DUI attorney and the prosecutor

  • Pretrial. Before your trial date, your Rosemead DUI attorney can attempt to negotiate a satisfactory plea deal and bring motions to exclude evidence and others

  • Trial. If no settlement is reached, your Rosemead DUI attorney will defend you at trial

How a Rosemead DUI Lawyer Defends a DUI

A Rosemead DUI lawyer will uncover successful defense following an investigation of your case coupled with his or her sound knowledge of police procedures, DUI laws and chemical testing operation and protocol. In numerous cases, a Rosemead DUI lawyer has presented defenses after a review of these issues:

  • Police misconduct in your initial stop, detention and arrest

  • Whether your medical and physical condition influenced your arrest and chemical test results

  • Challenges to the integrity and validity of chemical testing

  • Bias, inconsistencies and errors in evidence, testimony, records and reports

DUI Penalties

DUI sentences vary, especially if aggravating circumstances were present of which your Rosemead DUI lawyer will advise you. Otherwise, these penalties are typically imposed:

First DUI or DWI

The usual penalties for a first DUI or DWI are:

  1. Jail. 48 hours in jail and up to 6-months; 3-years of probation
  2. Suspension of license. Loss of driving privileges for 4 to 10-months though you may be eligible for a restricted license; if BAC testing was refused, the suspension is one year
  3. Fines: $390 with costs over $1,800
  4. DUI classes: 3-months
  5. Insurance and installation: Secure SR-1 insurance and possibly install an interlock ignition system

Second DUI or DWI

Penalties for a second DUI or DWI within 10 years of the first include:

  1. Jail. 96 hours and up to one year in county jail and 3-5 years probation
  2. Suspension of license. 2 year suspension with eligibility for restricted license unless testing was refused.
  3. Fines: $390 to $1000 but over $10,000 in costs
  4. DUI Classe 18 to 30-months
  5. Installation and insurance. SR-1 insurance and Interlock ignition system

Third DUI or DWI

Conviction of a third DUI or DWI in 10 years may include:

  1. Jail. 120 days to one year in county jail and 3-5 years probation
  2. Suspension of license. 3 years with restricted license after 12-months
  3. Fines: $390 to $1000 and other costs up to $15,000
  4. DUI classes. 30-months
  5. Installation and insurance. SR-1 insurance and interlock system

Fourth DUI or DWI

A fourth DWI or DWI could be negotiated to a misdemeanor.by your Gardena DUI lawyer. If a felony, you face:

  1. Jail. 16 months, 2 or 3 years in jail and formal probation for up to 5 years
  2. Suspension of license: 4 years
  3. Fines: Up to $5000 with associated costs of up to $18,000
  4. Habitual traffic offender status. 3 years
  5. Mandatory DUI classes. 30-months
  6. Installation and insurance. SR-1 insurance and interlock system

Commercial DUI or DWI

Commercial drivers can be convicted of a commercial DUI or DWI if their BAC is 0.04% so that their need for a Gardena DUI lawyer is imperative.

Penalties include:

  1. Jail. Same as for a motorist with a Class C license for first or multiple DUI or DWI offenses
  2. Driver’s license suspension.
  • Loss of commercial driver’s license for one year, regardless of the vehicle you were driving
  • Life-time suspension for a second conviction
  • Your Class C license is also affected
  1. Fines. From $390 to $1000
  2. DUI Classes. Same as for other offenders
  3. Insurance and installation. Possible securing of SR-1 insurance and installation of an interlock system

Call a Rosemead DUI Lawyer

If you were arrested for a DUI, call a Rosemead DUI lawyer today at (888) 754-9860.

Rosemead, CA 91770
(888) 754-9860