Rancho Cucamonga DUI Lawyer
Defense with 20 Years of Experience
In the state of California, a first-time conviction for driving under the
influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs results in no less than 4 days in
jail. The maximum jail sentence for a first-time drunk driving offense
is 6 months, and the maximum fine is $1,000 plus penalties. Your driver's
license will also be suspended for up to 10 months and not returned until
a state-approved DUI counseling program has been completed. In some instances,
an ignition interlock device (IID) will be required and must be installed
at the guilty party's expense. Ignition interlock devices are always
required for individuals with a previous DUI conviction on their record.
This is when our Rancho Cucamonga DUI attorney can help you.
California DUI laws specify that:
- Drivers may not have a BAC of .08% or higher.
- Commercial drivers may not have a BAC of .04% or higher.
- Drivers under 21 may not have a BAC of .01% or higher.
- Repeat offenders may not have a BAC of .01% or higher.
- Drivers under 18 may not have any measurable BAC.
The designation "wet reckless" is a classification below DUI
that may be offered if the driver's BAC was on the bubble, there was
no accident involved, and the defendant does not have a prior conviction.
For repeat offenders, a prior "wet reckless" is generally considered
a prior drunk driving conviction.
Begin with a
by calling (909) 443-1287.
Hire a Former Prosecutor to Stand On Your Side
20 years, the Law Office of Robert Little has stood beside DUI defendants in Rancho
Cucamonga to help them receive a fair shake. As a
former prosecutor, our founder, Robert Little, understands criminal law inside and out.
It's this experience which makes us such an invaluable advocate for
anyone who is facing DUI charges and
other criminal charges in Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona.
Our founder is also a member of the National College of DUI Defense and
is a qualified administrator in standardized field sobriety testing. This
can prove to be beneficial to you. Whatever the circumstances of your
arrest, call the Law Office of Robert Little for a free consultation.
We will do everything we can to put your mind at ease during this stressful time.
Call us at (909) 443-1287
to get started.