DUI defense attorney Christopher Dorado is an experienced and aggressive Attorney who has successfully represented hundreds of defendants charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol (DUI). 100% of attorney Dorado's practice is dedicated to criminal defense and DUI. Initial consultations for DUI cases are provided at no cost to the defendant or his or her family.
Attorney Dorado has successfully defended against misdemeanor and felony DUI charges for both licensed and non-licensed California drivers, including drivers with a commercial license.
In addition, attorney Dorado has successfully defended drivers with multiple DUI convictions, DUI probation violations, accident with injury DUIs, expungement of past DUI charges and quashing of DUI warrants.
Attorney Dorado represents defendants charged with DUI under any of the following misdemeanor and felony California code sections: VC 23140, VC 23152(a), VC 23152(b), VC 23152(c), VC 23153(a), VC 23153(b), VC 23152(e), VC 23152(f), VC 23220, PC 191.5(a) PC 191.5(b), & PC 191.5(d) [Manslaughter DUI].
Every DUI case is different and it is absolutely vital to you and your case that if you are charged with a San Bernardino or Riverside county DUI that you retain an experienced DUI criminal defense attorney who understands how to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
It is also important that you retain a DUI attorney who will competently and aggressively pursue your rights through trial if necessary. In many cases, attorney Dorado can represent you without the need for you to attend court.
Finally, it is vital to your driving privilege that you retain a DUI attorney who can properly defend you at the Department of Motor Vehicle hearing (DMV admin per se hearing) so that you have the best opportunity to keep your driver's license after a DUI arrest.
A DUI conviction can be devastating to you and your family. Typical consequences of a DUI conviction include: jail, prison (for felony DUIs), harsh probation terms, massive fines, employment loss, suspended professional license, loss of driving privileges, insurance increases, mandatory DUI classes, civil lawsuits, immigration consequences (for non-U.S. citizens), negative impact on family law matters such as child custody and visitation, and more.
In many cases it may be possible to have felony or misdemeanor DUI criminal charge completely dismissed or reduced to a lesser criminal charge in order to avoid the harsh consequences of a DUI conviction. Lesser criminal charges include wet reckless charges or dry reckless charges under California Vehicle code 23105, or minor traffic infractions, such as failure to observe posted speed limit.
WARNING: You only have ten (10) days from the date of a DUI arrest or citation to exercise your right to a DMV hearing concerning your driving privileges.
Fighting a DUI criminal charge can include collecting all of the DUI evidence: scientific analysis of blood, breathalyzers, PAS devices, certifications of lab technicians, analysis of quasi-scientific field test (FSTs), police officer misconduct, police reports, video and audio analysis of the arrest, witness reports, pharmaceutical reports, physiology analysis by experts, and more.
Attorney Dorado represents defendants charged with DUI in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside, including the cities of San Bernardino, Redlands, Fontana, Rialto, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Upland, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Upland, Ontario, Moreno Valley, Banning, Corona, Riverside, and more.
To learn more about misdemeanor of felony DUI, or California Drunk Driving law, contact San Bernardino county based DUI criminal defense attorney Christopher Dorado today. Attorney Dorado will explain to you your rights, DUI law, and the science behind DUI cases and DMV hearings.