The firm has had the pleasure of having some quality people work within the firm. Today we focus on Case Manager Zoe Booke. Being a case manager is one of the most diverse positions in the office. In addition to handing the fees they ensure the case is meeting all its benchmarks set by Attorney Mark Deniz.
Zoe also handles investigations. Often clients friends and family have statements they want to present to the court. Zoe takes the interview and submits them under penalty of perjury.
Zoe has a diverse background. She is currently finishing her studies at University Of San Diego.
Zoe has learned the nuances of a San Diego DUI Defense. This includes obtaining materials from the DMV, submitting the motions to the prosecution, and providing clients the materials they need to get back on track.
Handling a San Diego DUI case has many facets. Zoe assists Attorney Mark Deniz in staying in communication with the client. The result is good communication and a case that is always being looked at.
San Diego 2ND OR San Diego 3RD DUI: OPTIONAL INSTALLATION OF IID FOR SHORTER LICENSE SUSPENSION
Vehicle Code 13352 has been amended to reflect the requirements of SB 598 and SB 895, passed by the legislature and governor last year and effective as of July 1, 2010.
Specifically, the Vehicle Code now allows people convicted of a second or third DUI the option of obtaining a restricted license sooner if they install Ignition Interlock Devices on their vehicles. (A restricted license allows a person to drive in the course of employment and to and from alcohol eduction classes.) In this day and age of needing a car getting an interlock device is likely something to consider.
- VC 13352(a)(3) states that a second DUI within a 10 year period results in a mandatory two-year suspension of driving privileges. However, a restricted license may now be obtained after serving 90 days of the license suspension in exchange for having IIDs installed on the convicted person’s vehicles.
- VC 13352(a)(5) states that a third San Diego DUI within a 10 year period results in a mandatory three-year suspension of driving privileges. However, a restricted license may now be obtained after serving six months of the license suspension if IIDs are installed. In the last few years the judge has been given the discretion of suspending a license up to 10 years.
To qualify for obtaining a San Diego restricted license under these new laws, the driver must satisfy the following requirements:
- Proof of enrollment in an 18 month or 30 month driving-under-the influence program;
- Continued satisfactory participation in the program;
- Proof of installation of an ignition interlock device;
- Proof of insurance;
- Payment of all fees;
- Payment of all administrative costs associated with the new law’s provisions.
Hire a Proactive, affordable, and quality defense when you are facing San Diego DUI charges. Whether you have been charged of a San Diego DUI, Poway DUI, La Mesa DUI, Santee DUI, Mission Valley DUI, Clairemont DUI, Point Loma DUI, La Jolla DUI, Carmel Valley DUI, Mira Mesa DUI, Pacific Beach DUI, Del Mar DUI, Carmel Valley DUI, Encinitas DUI, Oceanside DUI, Ocean Beach DUI, Escondido DUI, Vista DUI, San Marcos DUI, Carlsbad DUI, El Cajon DUI it is vital you need to hire an attorney who knows how to defend your rights and can determine if the government can prove their case. Contact the Law Office of Mark Deniz now for a free case evaluation at (858) 751-4384 or send an email to [email protected]