Our Attorneys are Experienced in Criminal Defense and Handle a Wide Range of Matters in Both State and Federal Court, Including:
- Felonies (e.g., Assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, drug sales, etc.)
- Misdemeanors (DUI, hit and run, assault/battery, drug possession, etc.)
- Veterans Court and military diversion program
- Warrants (Felony or misdemeanor, new or old)
- Protecting You During a Criminal Investigation, Before Charges are Filed
- Post-Conviction Relief (Expungements, Motions to Vacate, Motions to Terminate Probation, Certificates of Rehabilitation and Pardon)
Driving Under The Influence
If you have been arrested for DUI, DUI with injury, or another similar offense, you should immediately contact our attorneys for a free consultation. A DUI arrest can have significant consequences including:
- Jail Time
- Immigration Consequences
- Driver’s License Suspension (Individual/Commercial)
- Ignition Interlock Device
- DUI classes
Our attorneys are experienced in handling both alcohol-related DUIs and drug-related DUIs (prescription or illegal drugs). Our attorneys immediately jump into action to protect your driver’s license and obtain the evidence to defend you case. Some of the evidence that our attorneys may be able to obtain to help your case include patrol car footage, bodycam footage, blood test results, audio recordings, arrest reports, booking reports, 911 audio recordings, and other evidence.
Military Diversion Program
Under Penal Code section 1001.80, a member, or veteran, of the U.S. Armed Forces may qualify for the military diversion program. This program allows the courts to require a defendant to obtain mental health treatment instead of imposing a jail or prison sentence. Once all terms and conditions of the program are completed, the court will then dismiss the criminal charges without the defendant having suffered a conviction.
The military diversion program is available to members/veterans of the military who are facing misdemeanor charges, including DUI charges. Additionally, the veteran must also show that he/she MAY have been suffering from sexual trauma, traumatic brain injury, post traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse or mental health problems as a result of their military service. After the court determines that the veteran qualifies, the court may then place the veteran in the pretrial diversion program. Usually, the program requires the veteran to seek treatment at their local Veterans Affairs hospital and appear in court every three months for progress reports.
Our firm is very experienced with this program. Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.
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