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Arrested for a Felony DUI in California?

If you were recently arrested in California for your 4th DUI offense, Your DUI will be a felony and we invite you to look up 4th offense DUI information at our 4th DUI page.  However, if you were involved in an accident with injury or had a previous felony DUI charge, your case will be filed as a Felony and you are facing serious time in prison.  However, our skilled DUI attorneys are specially trained how to handle cases like yours.  See the difference for yourself.

Finally a DUI Lawyer Dedicated to Keeping you out of Jail for your recent Felony DUI arrest.

If you were recently arrested for a felony DUI in the State of California, you need a highly qualified serious DUI lawyer dedicated to fighting your felony charges.

Please keep in mind that you have 10 days from the day you were arrested for your Felony DUI Lawyer to contact DMV on your behalf.  Call your experienced Felony DUI Attorney to learn more about how a DMV hearing can help fight against your Felony DUI.

Consequences & Penalties for a Felony DUI

  •  * 3 Or More Years State Prison
  •  * 18 Month Alcohol School
  •  * In Patient/Out-Patient Rehabilitation
  •  * Court Fines in Excess of $2,500.00 +
  •  * 4- 10 Years Driver License Suspension
  •  * MADD Victim Impact Panel
  •  * Morgue Program
  •  * 5 years Probation, Formal or Informal

How Do You Avoid Jail Time on a Fourth Offense DUI Charge?

I don’t mean to frighten people, but my most common opening offer on a Felony 4th offense DUI is 2 years jail, so I can only assume that if you go to court without an attorney to fight for your, your offer will be between 1 and 2 years jail. (Closer to 2 more than 1).

How do you get out of jail? Hire an experienced DUI lawyer who frequently handles 4th offense DUI cases and be ready to do whatever it takes to prove to the judge that you no longer have a problem with alcohol.

The problem is, most DUI attorneys rarely handle a fourth DUI offense. This is why we were formed. We routinely deal with fourth offense DUIs, with extremely high blood alcohol levels, sometimes levels over a .62% BAC.

Most DUI attorneys may have one or two 4th DUIs in their entire careers, but our Multiple Offense Lawyers deal with the special consequences of 4th DUIs a daily basis. Immediately you’ll be able to tell the difference between someone who focuses on multiple offenses and other DUI attorneys who rarely handle such cases.

Recent Felony DUI Case Results:

2/26/2015 – People vs. Lora V.

Case Facts: 4th Offense Felony DUI while on probation for a prior DUI less than a year prior. DA wanted straight jail on this case. Case resolved for 100% alternative Sentencing

Case Results:Alternative Sentencing for 4th Offense Felony DUI with Probation Violation and .22% BAC

12/19/2014 – ZERO JAIL FOR 3rd Offense Felony DUI with Probation Violation & Felony Evading Arrest!

Case Facts: 23 years old with a 3rd Offense Felony DUI with Felony Evading arrest out of Riverside Superior Court – Murrieta, while on probation for 2 prior DUIs and felony Probation for drug possession. Client was a .17 BAC Driving on a suspended license, with drugs in his system. Led the police on a high speed chase at over 90 miles a hour and was charged with Felony Evading arrest.

Case Results: DA demanded the court give my client 2 years state prison and the judge initially agreed that Jose was best suited for prison, however, the client didn’t spend one day in jail. Family was extremely happy.

Recent Felony DUI Case Results (Continued):

03/25/16 – People vs. James B.

Case Facts:  Felony 3rd DUI while on probation with .17% BAC filed as a felony because there was an accident that injured 2 victims.  Client faced 4 years state prison.  Case resolved for Zero Jail.

Case Results:  Zero jail on Felony 3rd DUI while on probation with injury to two victims.

01/30/2015 – ZERO JAIL FOR 4th Offense Felony DUI with Accident and .26% BAC.

Case Facts:  During a bout of depression, defendant was suffer and wanted to kill himself with alcohol.  Subsequently, he was arrested for 4 DUIs in less than 24 months.  All of which had blood alcohol levels ranging from .25% to .31%.  All four DUI also involved an accident.  DA screamed in court and called my client “a walking Watson murder”

Case Results:  Despite the DA’s strong objection to a no-jail-sentence, my client was given a second chance.  In addition, all fines, probation and all other terms were run currently so my client only had to do (1) alcohol program and pay one set of court fines.   It took nearly a year to resolve, but the client was extremely happy with his no jail outcome.

10/17/2014 – People vs. Taylor S.

Case Facts: Felony DUI with Injury and Hit and Run, with two probation violation

Case Results: 17 B – Zero Prison

06/20/2014 – No Jail for Fourth Offense Felony DUI with a blood alcohol level over a .31%

Case Facts:  Defendant was arrested for a 4th offense DUI with a blood alcohol level that was nearly 4 times the legal limit.  He hired another lawyer, but the offer on the case was 3 years state prison.  Then he hired us to fight for his freedom.

Case Results:  Despite the fact the DA fought for over a year to put this client in prison for 3 years, we were able to broker a deal with the judge for absolute no jail.

05/20/2014 – No Jail for 4th DUI while on probation and a .29% Blood Alcohol Level

Case Facts:  Client was arrested for a 4th DUI while still on probation for his 3rd DUI.  Client was stopped in a checkpoint and his blood alcohol level was a .29% while on probation!!!

Case Results:  Worked out a deal directly with the judge that had absolutely no jail time.

03/11/2014 – Client Avoided Jail Time on 5th Offense Felony DUI with .14% BAC while on probation and with a suspended license.

Case Facts:  25 year old with a 5th offense felony DUI charge while on probation, and with a suspended license. Client had a blood alcohol level of .14%.  The District Attorney’s office wanted a term of 16 months prison for this 5th offense felony DUI charge.

Case Results:  No Jail Time on 5th Offense Felony DUI Charge.  Instead, client will spend time in a residential treatment program which will allow the client to leave to go to work.


Case Facts:  Defendant was driving with a BAC of nearly a .30%.  This was his 4th DUI arrest, suffering 3 prior DUI convictions within 10 years.  Client also worked for the prison systems and would lose his career if he plead to a felony.

Case Results:  All Felony DUI charges were dismissed on this 4th DUI.  In addition to the criminal charges, we won the client’s .29% DMV hearing, thus, the client had no DUI on his record both for court & DMV.  Client was EXTREMELY HAPPY WITH THE OUTCOME OF HIS CASE.