What is blood alcohol concentration (BAC)?

Blood alcohol concentration is a measurement of how much alcohol is present in the bloodstream. This amount is expressed as a percentage. It is illegal to drive in the state of California with a BAC of 0.08% or more.

What is “Admin per se”?

“Admin per se” refers to a license suspension process, where a driver’s license may be taken before conviction if the accused refuses or fails to take a chemical test to determine his or her BAC. For first time offenders a license is usually revoked for four months, and for one year for a second offender.

How long will a DUI conviction show on my record?

Drivers who have been convicted of a DUI will have the conviction appear on their record for 10 years. Further, if you have been convicted for a DUI, you are not eligible for a good drivers discount regardless of previous good driving records. Do not risk suffering the negative impacts of a DUI conviction. Call the Law Offices of Geoffrey W. Rawlings today at (408)292-8400.

Do most people who are arrested for a DUI get convicted?

Not all drivers who have been arrested for a DUI are convicted for a DUI. However, many are convicted. Having a skilled and knowledgeable attorney working on your behalf for your DUI matter greatly increases your probability of acquiring a desirable outcome. Don’t minimize your opportunity for a successful outcome; call the Law Offices of Geoffrey W. Rawlings today.

When you are charged with a DUI, time is of the essence. Do not risk your future by hesitating to enlist legal help. Call our office at (408)292-8400 or fill out our online contact form.