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Terry Gilbeau (DUI Law)
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If you find yourself in a position where you must hire a DUI Attorney, it is important to consider a few things first. 

Here are my 5 tips for finding the right attorney for you and your unique situation

http://rocklinduiattorney.com/5-tips-for-hiring-a-dui-attorney-rocklin-roseville/ #DUI #Law #California
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Former Partridge Family star, David Cross was recently arrested for a DWI in New York.

Cross had a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .10 percent. This is Cross's second DUI- in 2010 he was arrested with a BAC of .14, proving yet again that no one is above the law, regardless of celebrity. 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/21/david-cassidy-arrested_n_3790921.html
David Cassidy Arrested
David Cassidy Arrested
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A great topic to revisit! In April, the Supreme Court said no to warrant-less blood tests in DUI cases-

The Supreme Court ruled that police must obtain a warrant before drawing blood from suspected drunken drivers, asserting the dissipation of alcohol in the blood stream does not give police the right to draw blood against a person's will.

In the Supreme Court decision, all but one of the Justices agreed that preserving evidence was not enough cause to violate a person’s Fourth Amendment rights, which bars unreasonable searches and seizures:

Read more about the ruling and what to do if you are pulled over for suspicion of DWI: http://duilawyernow.org/supreme-court-warrantless-blood-tests-dui-cases
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A VERY INTERESTING AND IMPORTANT UPDATE ABOUT POTENTIALLY NEW CALIFORNIA DUI PROSECUTIONS:

"Jaskaran Gill was still on probation for a DUI when he was caught doing 100 mph on Interstate 880 in San Jose with his blood-alcohol concentration nearly twice the legal limit.

A second drunken-driving conviction could have stripped him of his driver's license for at least a year and landed him in jail. But a more devastating likelihood loomed: The State Bar might deny Gill the right to practice law or significantly delay the start of his career at a time when he was more than halfway through Santa Clara University law school.

So, Gill claimed that his blood-alcohol level wasn't really 0.14, as the Santa Clara County crime lab had reported in early 2010. The lab's methodology was outdated, he claimed, rendering the test scientifically invalid and therefore not admissible as evidence in court.

Gill's novel defense tactic failed, thanks to a dedicated young prosecutor who won an epic battle with the law student's lawyers -- and to the county crime lab, which demonstrated that Gill would be considered drunk even if the test had been performed using the more up-to-date procedure.

But now, the same prosecutor, Christopher Boscia, is warning that drunken-driving prosecutions across California are vulnerable to similar legal challenges...:

Full Story:
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_23608177/dui-convictions-at-risk-california-bay-area-prosecutor
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If you are unfamiliar with my law office, please take a look at my introduction video describing my practice and work with California businesses:
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Law Offices of Terry L. Gilbeau
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Watch this video to learn about the 10 Things That Happen if You Get a DUI

YOU JUST BLEW $10,000 ...

1. Arrested and Booked -- Yes, you will get to ride in the back of a police car. You will be taken to a jail or police station, where your photograph (mug shot) will be taken and you will be fingerprinted.

2. Appear in Court -- At the time of your arrest, you will be given a ticket or summons which tells you the date you will have to appear in court to face DUI charges. Unless you are charged with a felony, your attorney can often appear on your behalf without you being present.

#DUILaw #California #Attorney  

10 THINGS THAT HAPPEN IF YOU GET A DUI by Rocklin and Roseville DUI Attorney
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WHAT HAPPENS IF MY LICENSE IS SUSPENDED?

Quick tip: If you are arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence in the state of California, the arresting officer may seize your drivers license on the spot, issuing you a temporary drivers license and notice of administrative hearing. It is important to understand that you only have ten days from the date you were issued said form, to contest your license suspension:

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GotTrouble.com DUI Law Tips - What if they suspend my drivers license?
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Are Breathalyzer Tests Accurate??

In this video we explore the idea that all breathalyzer tests are always accurate, and more information on DUI's:
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Gilbeau Law; Are Breathalyzer Tests Accurate?
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If you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence or Suspicion of Driving Under the Influence, you MUST not miss your court date. While most people understand this, it is important to know why, and what you should do if you find yourself in this situation. Take a look at a previous blog of mine for more info:

http://rocklinduiattorney.com/missing-a-dui-court-date-what-to-do/ 
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