Anaheim DUI Defense Attorney
Arrested for DUI? Don't fight your charges alone!
If you were recently arrested for DUI, you are not alone. While the charge
is not to be taken lightly, having a strong defense attorney representing
you can increase your chances for a positive outcome. The best thing to
do for yourself right now is act quickly to contact an Orange County DUI
lawyer. After a drunk driving arrest,
you only have ten days to request an administrative hearing. Don't wait to seek legal counsel from an experienced
DUI defense attorney that can help you dispute the suspension of your license, probation
and the other penalties you are currently facing.
Potential Defenses Against Your DUI Charge
While you may feel backed into a corner by a drunk driving charge, we want
you to know that you do have options for defending your case. It is not
uncommon for individuals to be wrongfully accused of drunk driving due
field sobriety testing or
blood alcohol content results. Additionally, you may be facing more serious penalties than your
charge deserves, in which case we can fight to have your penalties reduced.
If you choose The Law Office of Barney B. Gibbs to represent you, there
are many ways that we can challenge the prosecutor's case.
Weaknesses that are common in DUI cases include:
- Arrest occurred during an unlawful police stop
- Outside factors affected your field sobriety test
- The chemical test was administered incorrectly
- The chemical test was inaccurate
- The law enforcement officer did not inform you of your rights
- Time of testing versus time of driving
The Law Office of Barney B. Gibbs can assist with a wide range of DUI cases,
You Only Have 10 Days to Save Your License
Driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol can result in severe
consequences both now and in the future. If you are convicted, you will
be facing fines, community service, suspended driving privileges and even
possible jail time. The first thing you should do following an arrest
for a DUI is to contact an Anaheim DUI defense lawyer about building a
case against your charges.
Driving under the influence is a unique criminal offense. Since the alleged
wrongdoing was executed while driving a vehicle, there are two main authorities
involved in discipline. The first is law enforcement, which will head
up your prosecution in criminal court, but the other is the California
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), which controls your ability or inability
to drive legally.
The suspension of your driver's license is one of the many penalties
for DUI, but it is levied by the DMV, not the criminal court. In order
to defend yourself against such punishment, you will need to appear at a
DMV hearing to dispute the suspension. You only have ten days from the date of your
arrest to request this hearing. Otherwise, your license will undergo a
suspension by default.
What To Do If You've Been Arrested for DUI
At The Law Office of Barney B. Gibbs, our Anaheim DUI attorney will fight
to ensure that you do not have to suffer through the penalties associated
with a criminal conviction. If we take on your case, we will fight tooth
and nail to see the right outcome prevail. Whether you were arrested for
your first or fourth offense, we encourage you to
contact Barney B. Gibbs today. He has more than 30 years of experience and has secured more than
1,100+ counts dismissed for his clients. Even if you have already been
convicted of a DUI offense, the firm could help you appeal or qualify
for an expungement.
Call our firm today and receive a
free case evaluation. We are ready to fight for you!