DUI Education Classes in California

Alcohol Education Program after DUI

December 30, 2015

There are 6 different Alcohol Education programs  in California that can either be ordered as a condition of probation with a DUI conviction, or can be required to be completed as a term of probation for various other, usually driving or alcohol-related convictions. After a Driving under the Influence conviction, the DMV will often require a completion of AB 541 or SB 38 program prior to re-issuance of the driver’s license. I summarized and listed the programs below from the easiest to the hardest. Most of the programs are offered by private commercial entities and thus vary in price and format. Out of 472 licensed DUI programs in 58 California Counties, some are better! Los Angeles DUI Attorneys will not […]

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LOS ANGELES DUI CLASSES AFTER A DUI CONVICTION

November 20, 2015

As part of a DUI conviction, often, the Superior Court will order a DUI classes.  The class is required as part of any first offense DUI and any second offense DUI.  A DUI is considered a first DUI when a defendant has a prior DUI conviction that dates less then 10 years from one arrest date to another arrest date.  For example, if you have a Los Angeles DUI conviction that is dated 9 years and 11 month before your current Los Angeles DUI arrest; however, the offense happened 10 years and 1 day prior to your current Los Angeles DUI arrest, you will not be charged with a second DUI in Los Angeles.  Los Angeles DUI attorneys can help […]

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What is Reckless Driving and Why is it Better Than DUI?

November 19, 2015

This article discusses Reckless Driving in Los Angeles.  Click on the links below to go directly to your topic of interest. Reckless Driving: “Wet Reckless” Reckless Driving: “Dry Reckless” Why Reckless Driving is Better Then DUI Reckless driving is an offense that can be prosecuted when a person intentionally drives a vehicle in a “wanton” disregard for the safety of person or property.  To prove reckless driving, the People of the State of California have to prove that you drove a vehicle, that you were aware that your actions created a risk of harm and you ignored that risk.  There is no requirement that you intended to cause damage.  All elements of the offense and the intent must be proven […]

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