San Francisco DUI Guide

 

If you or someone you know has been arrested for a San Francisco DUI then you must contact our qualified California DUI Defense Lawyers now.  Fill out our  free online San Francisco DUI case evaluation now and receive a call back from a highly skilled attorney who will work hard to get you the best possible outcome in your California Drunk Driving case.

 

YOU ONLY HAVE TEN CALENDAR DAYS FROM YOUR SAN FRANCISCO DUI ARREST TO CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES OR YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY LOSE YOUR LICENSE.

California DUI law is not straightforward.  Often times drunk driving laws can be confusing without the help of a dedicated San Francisco DUI Defense Lawyer.  There are a number of things to take into consideration when hiring a San Francisco DUI Attorney including if they are local to the San Francisco area, whether the majority of their practice is dedicated to Drunk Driving Defense and if each attorney is a member of reputable organizations.  All of these factors are key in obtaining a favorable disposition at both the court hearing and through the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

 

Contact a Leading San Francisco DUI Defense Lawyer

Taxman and Wakeford

San Francisco Office
300 Montgomery Street, Suite 660
San Francisco, California 94104
Telephone: (415) 578-3510
Facsimile: (415) 294-2890

 

North Bay Office
250 D Street, Suite 200
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Telephone: (707) 758-2030
Facsimile: (707) 540-8888

http://www.duilawfirmsanfrancisco.com/

 

San Francisco DUI Criminal Process

There are two unique actions that are initiated by a San Francisco DUI.  The most timely consideration is through the California DMV.  You must contact the DMV within ten calendar days of your arrest to protect your license.   The second action is through the San Francisco County Criminal Courts.  In a California misdemeanor case the date of your first hearing can be found at the bottom of your ticket.  The first court date in a San Francisco DUI is known as the arraignment and at that court date the charges filed by the District Attorney will be read against you.  The San Francisco DUI criminal process is extremely detailed and may take several stages before a favorable disposition is reached.