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 Arrested for DUI in Ventura for sleeping in the car
"I went to a party in Ventura and drank too much, so I decided to sleep in my car until I sobered up. A police patrol drove by and knocked on my window. He then proceeded to tell me to step out and perform the sobriety test. He also made me blow into a breathalyzer that resulted in a .13% blood alcohol level. I was arrested for a DUI in Ventura even though I wasn't driving and was trying to do the responsible thing. Can he do that? Can I beat that DUI?" 

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Our client was charged with a hit and run in Ventura. Using all the resources at his disposal, he got the case dismissed when he got the judge to grant a civil compromise.

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Our client faced a Ventura DUI with a .08 BAC. Ben Mironer decided to take this case all the way to trial and got the jury dismiss all charges. This was huge in a Ventura County, where DUI cases are extremely difficult to win.

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Our client was charged with a felony DUI with bodily injury in Santa Barbara. With our expertise, we were able to prevent our client from going to jail, instead was only asked to complete 60 days of electronic monitoring. This was a major relief for our client and another win for the Law Office of Ben Mironer.

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Our client was facing 3 years in state prison for a felony 4th offense DUI in Ventura. Ben Mironer was able to convince the court to dismiss the 4th DUI charge after providing evidence why the prior should be stricken. The case was refiled as a 3rd offense misdemeanor, significantly lowering the charges.

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A Santa Clarita client was charged with a 2nd DUI with a blood alcohol level of .08. Attorney Ben Mironer was able to get the DUI charges reduced to a lower charge of wet reckless. He was also able to eliminate the 18 month program altogether. Yet another win for The Law Office of Ben Mironer.

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When you are charged with a crime, there is a maximum allowable sentence for that crime (i.e. jail, fine). A defense attorney will initially try to prove that you did not commit that crime. If proven guilty, a defense attorney will also try to prove that you are an upstanding member of society, and that you do not deserve the maximum allowable sentence... 

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VIOLATION OF PROBATION
When an individual is convicted of a criminal offense, they are often times put on probation. All misdemeanor crimes require probation. Sometimes the court orders formal probation, but most misdemeanor offenders are given informal (summary) probation. Probation is granted in some felony cases as well, but this is something that must be part of the disposition. When someone is sentenced to prison, they are generally put on parole, not probation, after they complete their prison term.

There are two main ways to violate probation. An individual either doesn't complete a requirement that was ordered by the court (INTERNAL PV), or commits a new offense and gets arrested again (EXTERNAL PV).

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EXPUNGEMENT FOR NURSES
- Can I Ever Become a Nurse with a Criminal Record?
- What is an Expungement?
- How Can an Expungement Help You?
- What Are Your Options?
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