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What happens when a  DUI Attorney drives through DUI Checkpoint?

What happens when a DUI Attorney drives through DUI Checkpoint?

What happens when a  DUI Attorney drives through DUI Checkpoint? Thoughts before I did this. As a Orange County DUI Attorney I may have some biases as to DUI checkpoints.  There a lot of reasons why people should not trust DUI checkpoints. To name a few, they are a waste of money and are notContinue Reading

Fullerton DUI lawyer Mark A Gallagher Orange County attorney

Looking for the best Fullerton DUI lawyer? I have been handling DUI cases in Fullerton for over 15 years.  If you do a search for Fullerton DUI lawyer online you will likely find hundreds of lawyers who claim to be locals at the Fullerton courthouse.  Some of these guys and gals haven’t set foot inContinue Reading

6 Situations Where You can Beat a DUI Charge

6 Situations Where You can Beat a DUI Charge

6 Situations Where You can Beat a DUI Charge If you get arrested with a DUI charge, chances are that you will loose your driver’s license. The situation will have a devastating impact on you. Questions like what to do next, whom to consult, what are my options and what about my insurance, are sureContinue Reading

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs DUI Drugs

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs DUI Drugs

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs It is estimated that in the very near future, legal and illegal drugs will overtake alcohol as the substances that are involved in the majority of DUI cases. Much of the exact same problems with blood tests for alcohol also exist with narcotics cases, such sample preservation and contamination,Continue Reading

Domestic Violence Defense Strategy

How do you know you have a winning domestic violence defense strategy? Read below: Self-Defense This is the most widely used domestic violence defense strategy. If you are charged with domestic violence, but you were merely attacking in order to defense yourself, then you are not guilty of domestic violence. Self-defense means that you reasonablyContinue Reading