Alameda County DUI Information
An Alameda County DUI can change your entire life. You do not have time to wait before suspensions begin to take effect and you could face severe penalties.
YOU HAVE ONLY TEN CALENDAR DAYS FROM THE DATE OF YOUR ARREST TO CONTACT THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE TO SAVE YOUR LICENSE FROM AN AUTOMATIC SUSPENSION. No matter what the circumstances of your
Alameda County DUI you should always consult a qualified
Alameda DUI Defense Attorney who knows the law and can represent you at both the criminal case and through the
Department of Motor Vehicles.
Ten Day Rule in a California DUI case
The Ten Day Rule is the most time sensitive event in an Alameda County DUI case.
California DUI Law requires that you contact the Driver's Safety Branch to request a hearing on the merits of the automatic suspension of your license within ten calendar days of your arrest or face an automatic suspension for a minimum of four months. A hearing through the
Department of Motor Vehicles following an Alameda Drunk Driving incident is completely independent of the criminal court case. A different number of circumstances will be considered than in the
Alameda County Superior Court. The best way to determine which defenses are necessary in your Alameda Driving Under the Influence case is by contacting a qualified
Alameda DUI Attorney.
Finding a Dedicated Alameda DUI Defense Lawyer
If you or someone you know has been arrested for an Alameda Drunk Driving incident then you should consult a skilled criminal defense attorney who dedicates the majority of their firm to DUI Defense and is local to
Alameda County. The
California DUI Lawyers Association is home to notable attorneys who know Drunk Driving Defense and will provide the best possible legal expertise for your case. In addition to finding an
Alameda DUI Defense Attorney who is a member of reputable organizations, you will want to look for one who has a strong commitment to the local community and is well known. Take advantage of the free consultations offered by most
Alameda County DUI Defense Attorneys.
24301 Southland Drive Suite 620
Hayward, CA 94545
Alameda County DUI Criminal Court Process
It is imperative to remember that the criminal court case is completely independent of the DMV hearing. The first date of the criminal court case will be listed on the citation issued to you following your release from arrest. The
Alameda County DUI Criminal Process has a series of steps. The first is an arraignment where the charges will be read against you and you will have the chance to enter a plea on your case. The
Alameda County DUI Court
is complicated and should be handled with the assistance of a competent Drunk Driving Defense Attorney. To find out more about the Alameda County Criminal Process follow our
California DUI Guide Information or contact a leading
Alameda County DUI Defense Lawyer for a free consultation.
Alameda County Superior Court
George E. McDonald Hall of Justice
2233 Shoreline Drive, Room 103
Alameda, CA 94501
Fremont Hall of Justice
39439 Paseo Padre Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538
Hayward Hall of Justice
24405 Amador Street
Hayward, CA 94544
Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse
661 Washington Street, 2
Oakland, CA 94607
Rene C. Davidson Courthouse
1225 Fasllon Street, Room 107
Oakland, CA 94612
Gale/Schenone Hall of Justice
5672 Stoneridge Drive
Pleasanton, Ca 94588