Motion to Dismiss DUI Granted
DUI stands for "driving under the influence." DUI laws vary from state to state, but in general, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol or drugs or both. If you are pulled over by the police and suspected of DUI, you will be asked to submit to a breathalyzer test or other sobriety test. If you fail the test, you will be arrested and charged with DUI. DUI is a serious offense that can result in criminal probation, expensive fines, jail time, and a loss of driving privileges. Depending on the facts, a DUI can also be charged as a felony offense. If you are facing DUI charges, it is important to consult with an experienced DUI attorney who can help you understand your rights and options.
If you're caught driving under the influence, you may think the situation is hopeless.
But the truth is, with the right attorney on your side fighting for you, the charges and penalties can be lowered drastically, or dismissed all together.
Let's look at one of our past client's DUI case as an example. On or about October 10, 2020, our client, who was under 21, received a .19 DUI out of the Downey Courthouse. Almost a year after receiving the DUI, their case was filed nearing statue of limitation in October 2021. We drafted a motion, prepared our client and went to battle for them. The outcome: We won! The court granted our motion to dismiss and all charges were dropped!