DUI Lawyer Rancho Cucamonga
DMV Hearings DUI Criminal Defense
If you have been arrested for or charged with drunk driving, you don’t want to take chances by representing yourself or hiring a lawyer unfamiliar with the California DUI laws. The consequences of a conviction can be severe, including the loss of your driving privileges for a long period of time, significant fines and penalties, and even jail time. You want a lawyer who understands the law and legal process, and who has successfully protected the rights of others in similar situations.
At The Law Offices of John D. Lueck, we have more than 33 years of experience defending the rights of people in Southern California, including individuals charged with DUI. We understand the seriousness of a drunk-driving charge and will work directly with you throughout the process, helping you understand the laws and procedures, as well as your options. Contact our office or call us for a free initial consultation.
WARNING: You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to avoid the suspension of your license by requesting a hearing from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Let us help protect your rights. You must request a hearing, even if you had minimal alcohol or no alcohol in your blood. If you fail to request a hearing within 10 days, you loose your right to contest the suspension of your license. Requesting a hearing will usually delay a license suspension, even if later warranted. It allows us to minimize the time you may be without a license, even if later convicted. It also provides access to your arrest report much earlier than possible through the court.
At The Law Offices of John D. Lueck, we handle all matters related to a DUI charge, from the administrative hearing with the DMV to the criminal proceedings to determine penalties. We represent people charged with any type of DUI, from first-time to multiple offenders, from misdemeanor DUI to felony offenses.
When you hire us to defend you against DUI charges, we thoroughly investigate all the details of your arrest to determine whether your constitutionally protected rights were violated. Did the arresting officer have probable cause to make the traffic stop? Were the tests administered fairly? Was there a defect in the breath machine? Were blood tests done accurately?
We will also review police reports and question witnesses to gather all relevant evidence. We examine whether field sobriety tests were properly conducted and verify the administration and credibility of blood alcohol or breathalyzer tests. If there are irregularities, we will seek the exclusion of evidence and/or the dismissal of charges, if appropriate.
Contact the Law Offices of John D. Lueck
To schedule a free initial consultation Criminal Defense, Defense of Civil Lawsuits, Divorce – Family Law, and Bankruptcy, contact our office or call us at (909) 484-1963. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.