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Felony DUI

Typically, DUI is a misdemeanor charge. A felony DUI charge can be brought when a death or significant injury has resulted from a drunk driving accident. If you had three prior DUI convictions or a prior felony DUI conviction, you might also be facing a felony charge.

You face license suspension also, and I handle this aspect of your case as well. A DMV hearing must be requested within 10 days of your arrest.

Certain cases can be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor. That is why it is so important to hire an attorney who focuses on criminal defense. I have been handling these cases for more than 35 years. I know the likelihood of negotiating down the charges and potential penalties.

In cases where there is a provable case against you, my strategy is to minimize the sentence and avoid jail time.

A Lawyer Who Will Fight For Your Future

I know that you are worried about your future, your reputation, your family and your job. I am a supportive and understanding lawyer dedicated to aggressively fighting for you.

You may be surprised at what I can accomplish for you on driving under the influence or other charge. I have helped thousands of people like you and handled hundreds of trials. I am proud that I can not only help you avoid harsh penalties, but also ease your mind.

Contact me or call 650-513-0480 today, and I will arrange to meet with you in my office, in jail or another location convenient for you.