Do San Diego DMV Managers interfere with DUI hearing officers’ decisions?

You drive. You need to drive. You get arrested for DUI. Your license is taken. Can you get it back? If so, how? The best San Diego DUI DMV defense attorneys will handle helping you get your driving privileges returned to you. The first step is getting your license back. You only have 10 days to find the San Diego DUI lawyer of your choice. Choose a certified California DUI Lawyers Association Specialist if you are prudent. What happens at

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DUI Facts and Results by San Diego DUI Attorney Specialist

What do you do when you get arrested for a San Diego DUI? For the best results, complete this online case evaluation form. San Diego County DUI Law Center’s attorney Rick Mueller shares samples of his recent success stories. A young lady does not even realize she is speeding 45 MPH in a 35 MPH zone in north San Diego county. She did not see the DUI cop using a dash mounted radar. Because it’s late at 2 a.m. the

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Google “gravely disappointed” by DMV’s draft regulation that Self-Driving Cars Must Have Licensed Driver Behind Wheel

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s responded to Google’s request for more information about federal safety standards for self-driving vehicles: “NHTSA will interpret ‘driver’ in the context of Google’s described motor vehicle design as referring to the [self-driving system], and not to any of the vehicle occupants. We agree with Google its [self-driving vehicle] will not have a driver in the traditional sense that vehicles have had drivers during the last more than 100 years.” Johnny Luu is right.  His futuristic

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News Release for San Diego DUI Attorneys: Alcohol & Drug Course

News Release for San Diego DUI Attorneys re: Alcohol & Drug Course via Live Teleconference Call on Friday, December 18, 2015:  Dr. John Vasiliades, PhD, DABFT, DABCC, laboratory director and chief consultant at Toxicology Laboratories, Inc., of Omaha, Nebraska, will teach a 7.00 hour course in alcohol and drug forensic toxicology for attorneys titled “Forensic Toxicology for Attorneys 2015: Alcohol Drugs & How to Use an Expert” on Friday, December 18, 2015 via live teleconference call.  The course focuses on

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Refusal of blood or breath test should not be a California crime, in the absence of a warrant

When arrested for a San Diego DUI, police tell the driver: “Refusal or failure to complete a test will also result in a fine and imprisonment if this arrest results in a conviction of driving under the influence.” This is the part of the Chemical Test Admonition given to those arrested for being suspected of driving drunk in California. On California DMV‘s refusal form, it is based on California’s “Implied Consent” Law. California drivers can be charged with the crime

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California DUI Cop Shoots Suspected DUI Driver for no Good Reason

A DUI Driver was shot by a cop in California.   And people are mad. Sure, San Diego DUI cops shoot bean bags at drunk drivers who don’t stop but this is taking it to a new level, using real bullets. Bad DUI cops are everywhere. That’s why we need videos all the time, not just when San Diego Police Department thinks cameras should be used. It should be the law. I’d rather see “dirty” DUI cops than gunslinging DUI

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Accident + Injuries + Alcohol & BAC = DUI

Don’t go home without a chaperone who can drive you. Otherwise you may be hanging on. Accidents will happen. There are lots of reasons not to drink and drive in California. The main reason to avoid drinking and driving  is because you don’t want anyone to die and you don’t want anyone to get hurt. You don’t want to go to San Diego jail or cough up $15,000! San Diego County District Attorney’s Office has special attorneys handling DUI –

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Ignition Interlock Devices for San Diego DUI

  Ignition Interlock Devices (IIDs) are regularly required or ordered in San Diego DUI cases, including when there is a prior DUI or a high Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), lawyers say. An Ignition interlock device (IID) is a mechanism similar to a breathalyzer which is installed in a vehicle’s dashboard. Before the vehicle can be started, the driver must breathe into the device. If the analyzed result is over a programmed blood alcohol concentration the vehicle will not start. To get

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