If you are stopped for suspicion of DUI in California, you will likely be asked to take a Preliminary Alcohol Screening (PAS). A PAS device is a portable breath tester used by California police including California Highway Patrol (CHP), or Federal National Park Service Police Officers. Typically the Alco Sensor IV manufactured by Intoximeters Inc. is used during DUI […]
The Breathalyzer Flaws California DUI Lawyers Are Talking About
Aug 17 , 2015
Arrested for DUI in California: What Should I Do?
Mar 18 , 2015
Most drunk driving cases begin with a similar story. You decide to have a few drinks, but you don’t think you really feel “drunk.” You decide to get behind the wheel, even though a part of you knows that maybe you shouldn’t. The next thing you know, you hear the sirens and you’re looking for […]
Ask a DUI Lawyer: How Do I Answer Questions from the Police?
May 30 , 2014
I’m here to help people out of difficult situations. But you can help me help you, if you avoid common pitfalls that I see every day. One of the most frustrating examples is when my DUI clients make a bad situation worse with what I call a “lying admission.” It’s a double whammy. The better […]
DUI Law: What Constitutes a Serving of Alcohol?
Apr 3 , 2014
When it comes to alcohol, not all drinks are created equal. I am frequently contacted by clients with DUI Law questions. Often, my clients initially report only having “a couple of drinks.” However, after further conversation, they inform me that the drinks were shots of tequila served in large rocks glasses! When it comes to […]