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What You Should Know About DUI

If you have been charged with a DUI, you likely have many questions. The law can seem complicated and arbitrary. Fortunately, the lawyers at The Law Offices of Todd Landgren benefit from extensive experience aggressively attacking these cases.

Every case is different, but one thing remains the same: your rights need protection. We will answer your questions and apply our superior knowledge, experience, and dedication to fight for the least damaging resolution available. To speak with our attorneys about the specifics of your case, you can reach us at 949-535-1303 or by email.

What About My License?

The DMV can, and likely will, suspend your license unless you take affirmative action to contest the administrative suspension and the criminal DUI charge in court.

How Does The DMV Hearing Work?

YOUR LAWYER MUST CONTACT THE DMV WITHIN 10 DAYS OF YOUR ARREST AND REQUEST A HEARING TO CONTEST THE SUSPENSION OF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE.

Failure to request a hearing within 10 days will forfeit your opportunity to challenge this suspension. Your attorney will be able to push your hearing date back to ensure that you are prepared for your DMV case.

Will I Have To Go To Court?

While almost any defense lawyer can appear on your behalf in court, having the best attorneys present to protect your interests can make a world of difference. In misdemeanor cases, our clients rarely need to appear in court at all.

Will I Have To Go To Jail?

California DUI laws are some of the toughest in the nation. However, there are many alternatives to jail. Having a creative and innovative defense team that is familiar with and well reputed in the local courts is likely to reduce the severity of penalties, including harsh jail sentences.

What Will I Have To Pay In Legal Fees?

The amount you pay for a lawyer depends on the quality of that lawyer’s experience, the details of your case and how you choose to have the lawyer handle it. The fee should be reasonable and not excessive. Each case is unique. Each court is different. Fees will vary depending on the case. Only a lawyer familiar with the courts, the prosecutors and the possible defenses can ensure that you don’t get ripped off! Your questions should always be answered and your fees affordable.