What to do when arrested for a DUI in Chula Vista. Thoughts from a Chula Vista DUI attorney lawyer

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What to do when arrested for a DUI in Chula Vista. Thoughts from a Chula Vista DUI attorney lawyer

I was reading the article below on recent arrests from a DUI saturation patrol in Chula Vista.  South Bay is one of my favorite courthouses and areas in San Diego county.  It is key in a South Bay case to obtain solid DUI representation on a case.

Lets discuss DUIs in Chula Vista.

After a fun concert at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre, if you or a loved one is arrested for a DUI or another crime, it is crucial to find the right attorney to represent you. Whether you just saw Nine Inch Nails, Jeezy or Marc Anthony, call Mark L. Deniz Esq., an experienced DUI and criminal defense attorney to represent you. Call (858)751-4384 as soon as possible.

The Law Office of Mark Deniz is dedicated to DUI. The firm is proud to work with efficiency and discretion. Chula Vista DUI defense attorney Mark Deniz provides high quality and affordable DUI-Drunk Driving defense representation. Mr. Deniz defends persons accused of DUI-Drunk Driving in all San Diego county. DUI Attorney Mark Deniz meets with each potential client in person and personally represents each client in court and at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Chula Vista DUI attorney Mark Deniz can meet conveniently throughout the county to serve the needs of his clients. If you were arrested in Chula Vista you will likely have to appear at the South Bay courthouse. If you live in Chula Vista, attorney Mark Deniz can appear in South Bay at the courthouse for you. The court location can be found in the Resource section.

You have 10 days to contact the DMV. Do not wait to retain an attorney to begin defending your case. Please review how to begin dealing with the San Diego DUI process.

Chula Vista is the second largest city in the San Diego area, the 7th largest city in So. Cal. The population was 243,916 as of the 2010 census. Which means that there will be a lot of arrests by the Chula Vista Police Department and the South Bay District attorneys office.

Chula Vista has quickly become a destination popular to many tourists. Located in the city is one of America’s few year-round US Olympic Training Center and popular tourist destinations include Cricket Wireless Amphitheater, the Chula Vista marina, and the Chula Vista Nature Center. Its also close to the Mexican border. Chula Vista has many DUI check points. And when you cross the border the Border Patrol will stop you if they think you are under the influence. This is usually results in an arrest in San Ysidro.

Mark L. Deniz is an experienced Chula Vista criminal defense lawyer and former prosecutor who regularly represents clients across the city. From Imperial Beach and the bay to East of the 125 and the foothills. As the second largest city in San Diego County, he is very familiar with the laws and justice system of the Chula Vista courtroom, along with other city courtrooms in the San Diego area. Attorney Mark Deniz is one of the most qualified Chula Vista DUI Attorneys you could choose to represent you in court.

Here was te article about the Chula Vista Arrests:

Three motorists were arrested for drunken driving in Chula Vista during a saturation patrol that ended early Sunday.

There were 41 traffic stops made during the eight-hour operation, which began at 7 p.m. Saturday. Six vehicles were towed and impounded because their drivers either had a suspended license or no license, said Chula Vista Police Officer Brian Carter.

The 28 citations issued by police were for various violations, including speeding, reckless driving, running a red light among other infractions, Carter said. Drunken driving saturation patrol operations concentrate on locating impaired drivers that are under the influence of alcohol or drugs while operating a motor vehicle, According to Carter. It was the fourth scheduled saturation patrol conducted in March and it was considered a successful operation, he said.

Funding for the operation was provided by the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The full article can be found here.