San Diego county DUI cases are about hoop jumping. In the vast majority of DUI cases, jail time is not the issue. What usually does happen is a person gets hit with a plethora of various punishments to equal the punishment of jail. I have discussed these in previous articles (take a look at my website).
I finished up a case yesterday where my client was looking at losing his real estate license. The prosecutor asked me to supply them information on how the charge would impact my client's career. After supplying a healthy dose of information and with a good understanding of our defense, we were able to favorably resolve the case without my client having an issue with his real estate license. This situation can be for any criminal defense, but for this article, I am focusing more on the impact that a DUI might have with the real estate license. If you're a real estate agent, an attorney knowledgeable and experienced in the DUI and alcohol-related field is paramount to your future profession. Call now (858) 751-4384.
My office got word this week that the governor signed a bill that solidifies that San Diego DUIs are part of the military diversion program. I have at least 10 former military clients who will be happy to hear the news. For some of these guys, we have been waiting for over a year to have the issue resolved.
If someone gets to know a little about a San Diego DUI, they will discover there are some facts about a San Diego DUI that they were not aware of.