Student DUI Charges in San Diego
Are you enrolled in college? You need a DUI defense lawyer!
A study conducted by the director of the Center on Young Adult Health and
Development at the University of Maryland School of Public Health found
that one in five college students admitted to driving while drunk and
40% acknowledged they have ridden with a drunk driver. In 2001, an estimated
2.8 million college students drove under the influence.
Partying and binge drinking is common among college students, and when
those individuals get behind the wheel afterwards, the results can be
disastrous. A little harmless fun can quickly turn dangerous and they
can be forced into a frightening situation: being arrested for
DUI and facing the possibility of a tarnished criminal record.
If you have recently found yourself in the situation described above, we
understand that you are probably terrified. A fun night with friends went
horribly wrong and now you could pay the price. You are terrified of going
to court, terrified of facing your parents and terrified about what a
conviction could do to your future educational and vocational opportunities.
When you need aggressive DUI defense and to protect your future, you can
rely on the experienced guidance of San Diego DUI lawyer
Mark De Yoe. Our firm offers discounts to college students in need of legal guidance
because we know how disastrous a DUI conviction can be. Set up your
free consultation today!
How can Mark R. De Yoe, APLC help?
If you are
under 21, you especially need Attorney Mark R. De Yoe's legal services. Being
charged with a DUI when you are not legal comes with many other consequences
Our firm is strategically located near several universities and colleges
- University of San Diego
- University of California, San Diego
- San Diego State University
- San Diego City College
- San Diego Mesa College
- San Diego Miramar College
- Point Loma Nazarene University
- Coleman University
- Thurgood Marshall College
- California College San Diego
- John Muir College
- California Western School of Law
- San Diego Christian College
- National University
- Azusa Pacific University
- Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Many times an individual can falsely be accused of driving under the influence
of alcohol or
drugs, especially when consorting with other students that are drunk. Police
sometimes break up a party and charge many of the attendees, even if some
of them have not done anything wrong. If you were driving on school property,
you could face
enhanced penalties. An
arrest at a bar a mile from campus can still be considered committing a crime
on a campus-controlled property.
Attorney Mark R. De Yoe provides college students with hard-hitting defense
and will not leave any stone unturned in his investigation of the circumstances
surrounding your charges. Our DUI lawyer will ask questions such as, was
it legal for the police to stop your car? Was it legal for them to ask
you to get out of the car and search your person? Were the police conducting
an illegal roadside
checkpoint? If any of your constitutional rights were violated, your charges could be
If a college or university finds out about criminal charges, you could
be suspended or expelled. If you have questions about whether or not your
charges could cause academic issues, Attorney De Yoe can answer your questions.
Set Up Your Free Case Evaluation Today!
Mr. De Yoe has
over 30 years of legal experience, and he can put his first-hand knowledge to work for you! If you are worried
about your finances, Mr. De Yoe offers
free case evaluations to individuals facing DUI charges. These evaluations are obligation-free
and will allow you to receive the legal counsel and guidance you desperately need.
Our San Diego DUI attorney provides discounts to students. The best
defenses are the ones that are crafted the soonest, so don't delay in securing
the legal services you need!
Call Attorney De Yoe today!