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Law Offices of Perez & Perez
Alex Perez

1440 North Harbor Blvd Suite 900
Fullerton CA 92835


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Call Now! 714-961-1966

Roland Alex

Perez & Perez is dedicated DUI defense lawyer with a reputation for being aggressive. I produce results. I have helped thousand of clients move on with their lives after being charged with a DUI. We know how to find flaws with the cases. Perez & Perez is devoted to providing the highest level of legal services to all of our clients through our quality of legal representation. www.perezandperez.com/DuiLaw.aspx

Our firm is well recognized and insured, our staff is experienced and trained to serve you with the highest quality you expect and deserve. Perez & Perez has been a family run business with experience, an honest reputation, and a tradition of aggressive representation. We focus on meeting and exceeding the individual needs of each client. Our primary goal is to listen to you and understand your needs. You can have comfort in knowing your legal representation is being handled in a responsive and cost effective manner. We are flexible with our clients' needs and accept all types of credit cards and payment plans.

The practice of law requires personal attention and our office takes personal interest in each client; we put our extensive education and legal training to work in the courtroom for our clients.The partners of Perez & Perez are all seasoned litigation attorneys and experienced lawyers. We use our experience and “big firm" background and offer you the personal attention and responsive abilities of a smaller specialized firm, in order to get your results. 

We have two Office in Orange County:

Fullerton Office:

1440 N. Harbor Blvd., Ste.900, Fullerton, CA 92835

Santa Ana Office:

1651 East Edinger, Ste. 207, Santa Ana, CA 92705

We defend every type of Felony charges, including DUI. Because a person accused of drunk driving faces incarceration, you are afforded the right to have an attorney and the right to a jury trial. We feel that you should take advantage of these rights, regardless of whether a particular judge or prosecutor is willing to agree not to recommend jail or accept a plea to a supposedly less serious offense. There are serious consequences to a drunk driving conviction--irrespective of whether the conviction is to DUI or the less serious offense. That is why you need a competent lawyer.

Perez & Perez is devoted to providing the highest level of legal services to all of our clients through our quality of legal representation. Our firm is well recognized and insured, our staff is experienced and trained to serve you with the highest quality you expect and deserve. Perez & Perez has been a family run business with experience, an honest reputation, and a tradition of aggressive representation. We focus on meeting and exceeding the individual needs of each client. Our primary goal is to listen to you and understand your needs. You can have comfort in knowing your legal representation is being handled in a responsive and cost effective manner. We are flexible with our clients' needs and accept all types of credit cards and payment plans.

Our attorneys have been recognized for their continued legal education by legal organizations and other attorneys. Their experience came after many years of formal education at top-rated universities, Stanford University, USC Law School, Whittier Law School, and The National College of DUI Defense at Harvard University. The practice of law requires personal attention and our office takes personal interest in each client; we put our extensive education and legal training to work in the courtroom for our clients.

To avoid lifelong consequences, you must act quickly or your DUI arrest may haunt you long after the initial shock and anger has worn off. You must contact the DMV within 10 days of your arrest to request a hearing. WE can help; we can schedule the DMV hearing for you if you contact us timely. If you fail to contact the DMV within 10 days your license will be automatically suspended. Perez & Perez is dedicated to protecting your rights

A qualified and experienced DUI Defense Attorney knows that tt is not uncommon for law enforcement to make mistakes. We at Perez & Perez will review not only review the actual defense that available by the numerous procedural defenses in the DUI investigation and arrest. Whether a police officer gets a faulty reading from a Breathalyzer test, or your blood alcohol content appears elevated due to a medication you take, you can rest assured that Perez & Perez will guide you in this matter. Your initial consultation with attorneys Alex B. Perez and Roland B. Perez is free. Simply fill out our consultation form. We will review your form and contact you to discuss your legal rights.

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Our DUI Defense Qualifications:

  • Felony and Misdemeanor DUI / DWI – Accidents, Refusal, Warrants
  • DMV – Administrative Hearings, Suspended Licenses / Restricted
  • Forensic Analysis – Blood Split Test
  • Calibration Verification – Title 17 Regulations – device properly calibrated, maintained, repaired according to State law
  • Field Sobriety Tests (FST) were these tests administered properly National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
  • Member of the National College of DUI Defense – attend seminars year round, up to date knowledge in DUI area of the Law

What happens at the DMV when I’ve been arrested for a DUI?

The officer is required by law to immediately forward a copy of the completed notice of suspension or revocation form and any driver license taken into possession, with a sworn report to the DMV. The DMV automatically conducts an administrative review that includes an examination of the officer's report, the suspension or revocation order, and any test results. If the suspension or revocation is upheld during the administrative review, you may request a hearing to contest the suspension or revocation.
 
You have the right to request a hearing from the DMV within 10 days of receipt of the suspension or revocation order. If the review shows there is no basis for the suspension or revocation, the action will be set aside. You will be notified by the DMV in writing only if the suspension or revocation is set aside following the administrative review.

At the time of my arrest, the officer confiscated my driver license. How do I get it back?

Your driver license will be returned to you at the end of the suspension or revocation, provided you pay a fee reissue to the DMV and you file proof of financial responsibility. If it is determined that there is not a basis for the suspension or revocation, your driver license will be issued or returned to you.

The officer issued me an Order of Suspension and Temporary License. What am I supposed to do with this document?

You may drive for 30 days from the date the order of suspension or revocation was issued, provided you have been issued a California driver license and your driver license is not expired, or your driving privilege is not suspended or revoked for some other reason.

The Notice of Suspension that the officer gave me at the time of my arrest states I have ten days to request an administrative hearing. What is the purpose of this hearing and what can it do for me?

A hearing is your opportunity to show that the suspension or revocation is not justified. You may request a stay of the suspension so your driving privilege will no be effected until after an administrative hearing has been conducted.

How is the DMV suspension or revocation for the DUI arrest different from the suspension or revocation following my conviction in criminal court?

The DMV suspension or revocation is an administrative action taken against your driving privilege only. The suspension or revocation following a conviction in court is a mandatory action for which jail, fine, or other criminal penalty can be imposed.

For how long will my driving privilege be suspended if I took the chemical test?

If you are 21 years of age or older, took a blood or breath test, or (if applicable) a urine test, and the results showed 0.08% BAC or more:

A first offense will result in a 4-month suspension.

A second or subsequent offense within 7 years will result in a 1-year suspension.

If you are under 21 year of age, took a preliminary alcohol screening (PAS) test or other chemical test and results showed 0.01% BAC or more, your driving privilege will be suspended for 1 year.

The officer stated I refused to take a chemical test. What does this mean?

You are required by law to submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol and/or drug content of your blood. You did not submit to or complete a blood or breath test after being requested to do so by a peace officer. As of January 1999, a urine test is no longer available unless:

The officer suspects you were driving under the influence of drugs or a combination of drugs and alcohol, or

Both the blood or breath tests are not available, or

You are a hemophiliac, or

You are taking anticoagulant medication in conjunction with a heart condition.

How long will my driving privilege be suspended for not taking the chemical test?

If you were 21 years of older at the time of arrest and you refused or failed to complete a blood or breath test, or (if applicable) a urine test:

A first offense will result in a 1-year suspension.

A second offense within 10 years will result in a 2-year revocation.

A third or subsequent offense within 10 years will result in a 3-year revocation.

If you were under 21 years of age at the time of being detained or arrested and you refused or failed to complete a PAS test or other chemical test:

A first offense will result in a 1-year suspension.

A second offense within 10 years will result in a 2-year revocation.

A third or subsequent offense within 10 years will result in a 3-year revocation.

Call Now! 714-961-1966

www.perezandperez.com/DuiLaw.aspx

                        

                                             



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