How Often Do DUI Cases End Up Going To Trial In Los Angeles?
Attorney Myles Berman explains that whether or not a case will go to trial depends on the detail and circumstances of that particular case. We have been trying DUI cases for decades and each case is unique. If we are able to reach a good resolution then there may not be a need to go to trial. Since we have a strong reputation of being successful at trial, the prosecution is often willing to cut a deal. If we show the prosecution that we are serious about taking the case to trial, then they may decide to back down. However, if the prosecution refuses to back down then we will absolutely need to take the case to trial. That is often the case with an overzealous prosecutor who wants substantial punishment for the defendant.
We also see this when dealing with defendants who have been charged with DUI and whose professional state licenses are in jeopardy as a result. When a person who holds a professional state license receives a DUI conviction, the state licensing agency will receive notification of the conviction. As a result, people’s licenses and malpractice insurance could be impacted. In fact, many malpractice carriers inquire about alcohol-related convictions in particular. Contact Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman serving clients throughout Southern California and he will represent you with the care and attention you expect.
Description: It depends on the details and circumstances of a DUI case.
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