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What Happens When A Teen Gets A DUI?

Posted on November 24th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

In all fifty states, no matter how old or young a driver is, driving under the influence is against the law. In California, DUI charges are particularly serious for drivers who are under 21 years of age. If you are the parent of an underage driver, what do you need to know about DUI in […]

What Are The Legal Ramifications Of Refusing A Breathalyzer Test?

Posted on November 9th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

In California, if you are pulled over in traffic by the police for suspicion of driving under the influence, are you required to take a field sobriety test (FST)? What about a breath test? If you refuse to test, what are the consequences? These questions are complicated because the law that governs DUI testing in […]

Are DUI Checkpoints Legal In California?

Posted on October 8th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

In California, arrests for driving under the influence increase over the holidays because more sobriety checkpoints (also called “DUI checkpoints” or “roadblocks”) are set up by law enforcement agencies across the state. If you’re a driver in California, you’re about to find out how the sobriety checkpoints operate and what rights you have at a […]

DUIs And Suspended Licenses In California

Posted on August 25th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

Every driver in California needs to understand what can happen to your driver’s license if you are charged with driving under the influence in this state. If you’re charged with DUI in California, there are two separate ways that your driver’s license can be suspended: by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or by […]

How To Get A Hardship License After A DUI

Posted on August 8th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

More than 26 million motorists are licensed to drive in the state of California. All of them need to know what happens to a driver’s license when a driver is accused of driving under the influence in our state. If your driver’s license is suspended in this state as the result of a DUI arrest […]

Can I Have My DUI Charge Reduced?

Posted on July 28th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

If you are placed under arrest and charged with driving under the influence in southern California, an experienced Orange County DUI defense attorney can review the details of the case and recommend whether you should seek an acquittal at trial or accept a plea bargain. If you are entirely innocent of driving under the influence, […]

DUI On A Golf Cart…Is It Possible?

Posted on June 10th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

If you drive in California, it never hurts to review the details of this state’s DUI laws. Everyone knows that you shouldn’t drink alcohol before you operate a car, truck, or motorcycle on a California street or highway. However, some drivers may not fully comprehend the extent of the law or the severity of the […]

What Happens When You Get A DUI For The Second Time In California?

Posted on May 28th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

Every California motorist already knows that driving under the influence is illegal in this state, and most motorists also know that anyone who is arrested and convicted of DUI will face serious, extensive consequences, even if the conviction is for a misdemeanor first DUI offense. However, if a driver has been convicted of driving under […]

Is It Possible To Get A DUI On A Bike?

Posted on May 12th, 2017 by Todd Landgren

Summer is here, and as one famous old song reminds us “the time is right, for dancing in the street.” But whether it’s dancing, boating, fishing, golf, or bicycling, summer is absolutely the season for fun and recreation in southern California. Bicycling, of course, is one of the most popular recreational activities, and many of […]

Can I Go To Canada If I Have A DUI?

Posted on April 23rd, 2017 by Todd Landgren

While California’s driving under the influence laws are quite strict, Canada’s DUI laws are much harsher. In Canada, driving under the influence is considered an “indictable offense,” meaning that it is comparable to a felony offense in the United States. In fact, you may not even be able to enter Canada – even on business […]


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