California DUI Attorneys

Miller and Associates

5020 Campus Drive

Newport Beach, CA

Phone: (949) 682-5316

Barry T. Simons

260 St. Ann’s Drive

Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Phone: (949) 497-1729

McGregor & Ernenwein

1405 Crenshaw Blvd, 4302

Torrance, CA 90501

Phone: (310) 782-0552

Hinkle, Jachimowicz, Pointer & Emanuel Attorneys At Law

2007 W Hedding St, Suite 100

San Jose, CA 95128

Phone: (408) 246-5500

Law Offices of Brian Skibby

8300 Utica Ave, Third Floor

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 92392

Phone: (909) 635-2008

Rizio & Nelson

1801 Park Court Place, Suite H

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: (714) 547-1234

Levine Stephen P. Attorney At Law

306 W. Second St., Suite 202

San Bernardino, CA 92352

Phone: (909) 889-1178

Law Office Dale Gribow

44-901 Village Court, Suite D

Palm Desert, CA 92260

Phone: (760) 341-4411

San Diego Law Center

7676 Hazard Center Drive, Ste. 500

San Diego, CA 92108

Phone: (619) 725-2792


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Getting a DUI in California

There are hundreds and maybe thousands of DUI attorneys in California. Begin your search here to find the right one. Considering California is the nation’s most populated state, you find more DUI attorney’s in California than any other state. Choosing the right lawyer can save you thousands of dollars in fees, wages and most importantly: time.

Considering California generates probably the most DUI’s of any state in America, DUIs have become a business. Not only are DUIs a source of income for city and state institutions, they also provide income for many attorneys in California. The idea is to find a lawyer that is sensitive to your needs and circumstances. Plenty of lawyers that are doing DUIs in California are processing clients like an assembly line, giving no special attention to any one client. Consider this when choosing your attorney.

Before choosing any California lawyer, be sure to check them out on this website: Attorney Search

If you click on that link above, you will see a form where you can type in the laywer’s name or bar ID. Go ahead and type in the name of the attorney you are thinking about working with. After hitting the search button, the resulting page will give you a list of names of possible matches. In most cases there will only be one result. Click on the attorney’s name. Immediately the resulting page will tell if you the lawyer is able to practice law in the state of California. If they are not able to practice law in California, find a new attorney immediately.

The results page will also show you what law school they attended. A general rule of thumb for California is that any University of California school is considered a good law school. Other notable tier one law schools include: USC and Stanford. The academic institution that the attorney got their degree from does not mean that they will be an excellent lawyer, but it will give you an indication of their level of focus, priority and responsibility during their lifetime. People who get into tier one law schools usually have their heads on straight. Finally, the bottom of the results page will say “Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law”. This part says it all. It will break down any problems they have had with the state bar. If your attorney has these following statements:

Disciplinary and Related Actions:

This member has no public record of discipline.

Administrative Actions:

This member has no public record of administrative actions.

Then you have either found a relatively young attorney (which you can cross reference by how long they have been admitted to the State Bar) or you have found a decent attorney that is capable of handling your case.

Also you may want to refer to our California Drunk Driving Glossary of Terms.

Here is an interesting link: UC Berkley Report of California DUI Crashes