The Law Offices of Paul S. Geller, P.C

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Pasadena, Southern California 91101

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The Law Offices of Paul S. Geller, P.C

Handled by a Proficient DUI Attorney in Southern California

DUI Trials in CaliforniaThere are many steps in the DUI court process, starting with your arrest and then resulting in either not being guilty or a conviction and penalties. Once you have been pulled over or have been stopped at a sobriety checkpoint, you will most likely be asked to complete field sobriety tests and breath or blood tests to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC).

After being arrested, you will go through DUI booking and wait for your arraignment trial where you will enter your plea of either guilty of not guilty. After this hearing, your Southern California DUI lawyer will be able to file motions to enter a plea bargain to plead guilty in exchange for a reduced sentence or enter motions to suppress evidence for your upcoming trial. In the meantime, you will also need to set up a driver’s license restoration hearing to try and avoid having your license suspended. You will have 10 days from your arrest date to set this up with the DMV and prepare for your hearing.

Contact The Law Offices of Paul S. Geller online or feel free to call us at (626) 714-3112 to speak with an experienced DUI attorney in Southern California about your case.

How Does a DUI trial work?

A trial date will be set and all facts, evidence, and witness accounts will be examined by the court. Your attorney will help you prepare and make sure you understand how a DUI trial works so that you are informed and know what to expect.

If you or someone you care about has been arrested for drunk driving, you will need effective representation in your legal matter.

It is integral to the outcome of your case because if you are convicted, you will likely face:

  • Jail
  • Fines
  • Probation
  • Court ordered ignition interlock device
  • Court ordered alcohol treatment or classes
  • Arrest, charges, and a conviction on your legal record, which may or may not be eligible for DUI expungement later on

Do not put your future freedom into the hands of an inexperienced attorney and risk these serious consequences. We are experienced and relentless and will fight for you!

Paul S. Geller

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(626) 714-3112

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