Whittier DUI Attorneys

At the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller our clients come first. As experienced Whittier DUI defense lawyers we understand that when a client is accused of DUI (driving under the influence) they will need aggressive DUI defense immediately. Please contact a Whittier DUI lawyer at our firm today if you or a loved one is in need of excellent legal advice, guidance and representation.

A person can be pulled over and investigated by law enforcement for driving under the influence if they are driving erratically, recklessly and negligently. An officer will ask a person to step outside of the motor vehicle to perform a field sobriety test. If a person fails or there is enough probable cause to make an arrest, a person will then be handcuffed and charged with DUI.

Once a person is at the police station they may be asked to submit to a breath test, blood test and/or urine test to determine BAC (blood alcohol content). If a person has a BAC at or above 0.08% they are considered to be intoxicated. A person will typically spend a night or weekend in jail and then be released and expected to schedule a DMV Hearing and appear in criminal court.

The best step that a person can take to protect their legal rights would be to hire a skilled Whittier DUI attorney immediately. At the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller we have successfully represented clients charged with DUI throughout Whittier, California. Please contact a Whittier DUI lawyer at our firm immediately to schedule a free case consultation.

Whittier DUI Defense Resources

City of Whittier
Whittier Detailed Profile
Whittier History and Demographics
Map of Whittier
DUI Information
DUI Glossary of Terms
California Department of Motor Vehicles
California Department of Public Safety
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Impaired Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

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