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Driver's License Suspension in San Diego

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One of the first questions that is asked when someone has been arrested for driving under the influence is whether or not their driver’s license will be suspended. There are many penalties that you could face if you are arrested and convicted for the crime of DUI in the state of California. DUI penalties that you may face could include jail time, fines, ignition interlock device installation, and driver's license suspension, among others.

While we cannot guarantee the outcome of your case, you can be sure that Attorney Mark R. De Yoe will take every possible step to reduce or eliminate your DUI charges and minimize the total impact of a conviction. Experience matters. Contact Attorney De Yoe to get started.

How long will a driver’s license suspension last?

It goes without saying that having your driver’s license is very important in California, and especially San Diego. Your license is an extremely important aspect of your life. Without it, you could be left to rely upon public transportation to get to and from work, or you could be left with highly difficult situations if you have children.

The amount of time your license may be suspended depends on how many DUI convictions you have on your record:

In the state of California, there is an implied consent law which provides that you agree to any chemical tests if you are driving on the roads in this state. Refusal of these chemical tests can result in serious penalties. If you are convicted of a first offense of chemical test refusal, then you will lose your driver's license for one year. If you are convicted of a second offense, then you will lose your license for two years, and you will lose it for three years for a third offense.

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There are many ways that you may lose your license following a California DUI arrest. The Department of Motor Vehicles will take steps in 10 days to suspend your license, whether or not you have been convicted in court. This is an additional step to be tackled with the help of an attorney that is familiar with California DUI laws and the tactics that can be used to defend clients against these accusations.

If you are facing criminal charges for DUI, or chemical test refusal, it is vitally important that you have skilled representation on your side that can provide you with the aggressive representation that you need. With more than 30 years of experience, Attorney Mark R. De Yoe can provide you with experienced and skillful representation to help you pursue the favorable outcome that you need in your case.

Don’t sit back while your freedoms are being taken away! With the seasoned defense of Attorney De Yoe, you can be confident that you will have all avenues explored in your defense.

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