In a typical
San Diego DUI court case, an individual's first court date is often 30, sometimes
even 45 days away. This means that the
plea bargain – negotiated by one's defense attorney – is worked out
60 to 75 days after the date of the incident. That huge amount of time
gives a defendant in a DUI case a huge opportunity. During that time period,
the defendant can do a number of things in order to look better to the
prosecutor by the time the case is settled. Making positive changes can
show the prosecutor that they are someone deserving of much better treatment
by the court system.
San Diego DUI defense attorney
Mark R. De Yoe has been giving clients extremely effective counsel on the substantial
number of things that can be done while waiting for the court date to
approach. These things can help clients end up with a vastly better result
in San Diego DUI cases. Some of these things are small and easy to get
done – but are terribly important to the prosecutor – and
can clear the way to a better deal and dismissal of other serious charges
(such a reckless driving,
hit and run, etc.).
If you would like to learn what you can do to help your DUI case while
waiting for your court date,
call Attorney Mark R. De Yoe at (855) 722-6041!
Giving extremely effective counsel on the things that can be done while
awaiting court is one of the things that distinguishes the
law firm of Mark R. De Yoe, APLC from literally hundreds of other attorneys lacking Mark's three decades
of DUI representation and defense know-how. You can call Mark at (619)
519-7385 right now for a
free consultation to discuss a San Diego DUI case, and get started on fighting back for
a better result in a DUI case.