What is Reckless Driving? (CVC 23103)

In California, under California Vehicle Code Section 23103, “a person who drives a vehicle upon a highway in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving,” which is a misdemeanor.

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How to Fight a California Misdemeanor Hit and Run Under VC 20002

Hit and run charges often come from what was actually a misunderstanding of the situation or the law. Or maybe you hit someone and simply drove off. Either way, I am not here to judge you, but to help you get the best possible outcome if you are suspected of a California hit and run […]

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California Ride Sharing Just Got Safer

On January 1 of this year, a new California law (AB1422) went into effect to make ride sharing safer. The law makes ride sharing companies more accountable for their drivers. The new law requires the DMV to provide Transportation Network Companies (TNC) with current and prospective drivers’ records, AND the DMV is required to immediately […]

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HUI: Hoverboarding Under the Influence

Hold on to your hoverboards folks! California lawmakers have made it illegal to ride your hoverboards while intoxicated. While some might say that it is common logic that no one would even be able to hoverboard while drunk, the legislature, in a surprising twist, has kept up with the times. New legislation, AB604, that was […]

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Does California Need a Change to the Lane Splitting Law in Order to Prevent Motorcycle Accidents?

  California is the only state in the nation to allow motorcycles to split lanes while driving in traffic. Drivers frequently get irritated by motorcyclists that split lanes and pass them cruising through the traffic, while they have to sit there stopped in traffic. Lane splitting, when not done safely, can be very dangerous, and […]

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Big Brother, Asleep at the Camera on Bay Area Bridges

Imagine getting a ticket for something you didn’t do, and your accuser says: “we got you on camera.” It might sound like an open and shut case, camera evidence is hard to refute. Except when the entire system isn’t functioning correctly. This could happen to you if you have a California license plate on your car. […]

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Voted Best DUI Firm by SF Weekly Readers Poll

This year, in the SF Weekly Readers Poll for the Best of San Francisco 2015 Issue, Beahm Law was voted Best DUI Firm in San Francisco. We at Beahm Law would like to thank the community and the SF Weekly team for this honor. As many of our former clients can attest, we take pride […]

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5 DUI Tips for Staying Safe Around the Holidays

During the holiday season, it can be easy to get carried away and have one drink too many at a bar reuniting with family and friends. Here are five tips to help keep you and others safe during the holidays and to help prevent you from avoiding getting arrested for a DUI in California. 1. […]

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How to Fight a 100 mph+ California Traffic Ticket

    Receiving a ticket for speeding over 100 mph is a far more serious California traffic ticket. As soon as you cross into the triple digits, the stakes go up. Potential license suspension? Check. Two points on your license? Check. $2000 fine? Check. Most 100+ mph cases happen in the outskirts of cities, on […]

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Traffic Ticket Lawyer: Non-Point Violations

The reality of the situation is this: if you drive in California, you will get tickets. It’s nearly impossible to follow the full letter of the law without ever making a mistake. So whether it’s now or in the future, you’re going to want to know what this who traffic ticket plays out in court […]

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