DUI Defense Attorneys in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California
If you have been arrested for a DUI in the State of California you probably think what most people do, which is falsely believe that the evidence which will be presented against you in court is indisputable.
Well, most people are wrong!
In fact, for the most part, it makes sense to fight a DUI than just pleading guilty. For example, did you know that…
• There are more than 100 obstructive substances, medical conditions and gear malfunctions which can cause a DUI breathalyzers to generate a falsely high reading?
• Errors can and do occur to DUI blood testing. Independent laboratories have proved time and time again that when they re-test blood samples of client’s they often receive different results… and sometimes discover a contaminated original sample?
• Law enforcement has a policy, and is obligated, to abide by and follow a standardized set of procedures in roadside investigations for DUI… and a large number of Police Officers do not properly follow the procedures?
At Hakimfar Law, we’ll show you that there could be many options available in the defense of a DUI charge. This applies even if you have prior convictions or were involved in an accident which led to your arrest. Even if Law Enforcement presupposes that DUI was the cause of an accident, it has been proven that another person caused the accident by an independent investigation.
No matter what your situation is, the legal team at Hakimfar Law will analyze the specific details of your case and advise you on how we can form a defense and go forth on your behalf. The faster you call Hakimfar Law, the faster your case can be given the important attention in needs.
For a free consultation to explore your legal options, submit your case online or call Hakimfar Law toll free at 800-276-6666 today.
8746 Holloway Drive
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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