Not everyone’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) will be the same after the same number of alcoholic drinks. There are several factors that can affect your blood alcohol concentration levels, and thus determine if you are driving under the influence of alcohol. How Quickly You Drink Alcohol The quicker a person drinks alcoholic drinks in succession…

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Reckless driving may sound just like a description of someone’s negligent behavior behind the wheel, however, reckless driving is an actual criminal offense in California that can result in serious consequences. Learn more about how reckless driving is determined and what your options are if you have been arrested or charged with reckless driving. What…

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If you were arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in California, you may be facing severe penalties if convicted. Oftentimes, a person who was charged with DUI feels as if there is no possibility or hope of reducing or eliminating the impending sentence against them. However, some options, like drug or alcohol…

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If you arrive at a DUI checkpoint or you have been stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, a police officer will typically request that you submit to a portable breath test (PAS test). These breathalyzer tests determine the blood alcohol concentration level of alcohol in your system. The legal blood alcohol…

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Receiving a DUI (driving while under the influence) can be an embarrassing and stressful time. The State of California allows misdemeanor DUIs to be expunged from your criminal record completely, and a felony DUI to be reduced to a misdemeanor, as long as you are able to complete some very specific requirements. What is Expungement?…

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