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  • Can a Passenger Get a DUI in California?
    Can a Passenger Get a DUI in California?

    In California, you cannot be arrested for DUI for being a passenger in a motor vehicle that is driven by an intoxicated motorist. However, there are a few circumstances where it is possible a ...

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  • 4 Common Holiday Crimes in California
    4 Common Holiday Crimes in California

    Although the holidays in California lack freezing temperatures and snowfall compared to other states, many state residents still celebrate the same way by exchanging gifts, attending festive events, ...

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  • What is a Diversion Program?
    What is a Diversion Program?

    A conviction for a misdemeanor or felony offense in California can lead to jail or prison time, fines, and other serious penalties—even if it’s your first time facing the criminal justice system. ...

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  • What is Wet Reckless?
    What is Wet Reckless?

    If you have been arrested for a first-time DUI offense in California, a conviction can result in harsh penalties such as costly fines, loss of driving privileges, and even jail time. If you believe it ...

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  • Can I Get My DUI Charge Reduced?
    Can I Get My DUI Charge Reduced?

    A DUI arrest can be a traumatic and emotionally overwhelming experience, especially if it is the first criminal offense of your life. Even if obtaining a not guilty verdict seems difficult, the ...

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  • What Is an Aggravated DUI?
    What Is an Aggravated DUI?

    Aggravated DUI in California The factors that determine sentencing after a DUI can either be “mitigating,” such as being a first-time offender with a clean record, or “aggravating,” which carries ...

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