Underage DUI in California
Long Beach Criminal Defense Lawyer
DUI charge can result in serious penalties. If you have been charged with
this crime, then it is vitally important to your future that you retain
skilled legal representation to combat the accusations made against you.
If you are under the age of 21, then the situation can become much more
serious. California has a no-tolerance policy, which means that any traceable
amount of alcohol in the system of a minor could result in a DUI charge.
While the legal blood alcohol content limit for adults is 0.08%, "any
traceable amount" for minors means 0.01% or higher.
If you are arrested and charged with underage DUI, then you could face
penalties including a year-long driver's license suspension if you
are 18 or older. If you are under the age of 18, then you face a one-year
delay in obtaining your license. If you refuse to submit to a chemical
test, then you could face up to three years' of driver's license
suspension depending on whether you have any previous convictions and
based on the zero-tolerance law. If you have been arrested and charged
with underage DUI, then you need skilled representation on your side from
a Long Beach DUI attorney that can aggressively defend your rights in court.
DUI Lawyers in Long Beach
Law Offices of Damone & Schroeder, we can provide you with the representation that you need. We understand
the severity of the situation that you face and we have the experience
that you need on your side. With amost 40 years of collective experience
and a long history of success in the cases that we have handled, you can
be sure that we can pursue your case dililgently. We offer a
free case evaluation so that you may be provided legal advice concerning your situation without
any financial obligation on your part. Retain our representation in your