Second DUI While on Probation for First DUI


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2nd While On Probation in California Information

Were you arrested for a second DUI offense while on probation for your first DUI in California? If so, please realize you have a three part case and you’ll need to hire a DUI lawyer who is highly experienced in representing 2nd DUI cases while still on probation in California.

First, you have your 2nd DUI case. For this, the consequences you face are up to 1 year in county jail and a possible two year loss of drivers license.

Second, you have your DMV case where DMV seeks to suspended your license for a minimum of 1 year without any eligibility for a restricted license whatsoever.

Third, you have your probation violation out of the jurisdiction where you were sentence for your prior DUI. For the probation violation alone, you could be facing up to 180 days county jail, depending on how many times, if any, the court has found you in violation of your terms of probation prior to your new DUI arrest.

2nd DUI While On Probation Case Results

11/30/15 – People vs. Bryan G.

Case Facts:  2nd DUI while on probation prior out of Orange County, CA.  Client was driving 100 MPH which would have been an extra 60 days jail on top of the 90 days jail wanted for all second offenses out of Orange County.  DA demanded 90 days county jail with no alternative sentencing.

Case Results:  Zero Jail & Won Probation Violation Issue At DMV.  Client was extremely happy.

11/20/15 – People vs. David V.

Case Facts:  Client was on probation for a prior DUI when he was arrested for a .17 BAC DUI.

Case Results:  DA wanted jail but ultimately case resolved for zero jail and a DUI dismissed to a Wet Reckless.

10/20/15 – People vs. Scott S.

Case Facts:  2nd DUI while on probation. DA wanted 60 days jail.

Case Results: Zero Jail, DUI dismissed and reduced to Wet Reckless.

07/27/15 – People vs. Bradley T.

Case Facts:  2nd DUI while on probation for prior.  Client had a top level security clearance and would lose his job if convicted of another DUI.  .17% BAC.

Case Results:  ALL CHARGES DISMISSED VIA MOTION. NO jail, no criminal record.