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New Tough DUI / Drunk Driving California Law


January 14, 2009

As of January 1, 2009, anyone who is on DUI / Drunk Driving probation who is detained or arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving must submit to a chemical test (blood, breath or urine). If results obtained are greater than a .01 or if a person on probation refuses to take a chemical test, then there is a possible new DMV suspension/revocation of the driver’s license from 1 to 3 years depending on the number of prior offenses as well as whether or not the person refuses the chemical test. In addition, there can be an additional charge filed in court.

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At the Law Offices of Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman, our experienced team of DUI / Drunk Driving defense lawyers are dedicated to aggressively defending people arrested for DUI.