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DUI Arrest

  • By: Ron Hedding
  • Published: October 25, 2019
A lot of people don't realize the severe consequences they can face when they are arrested for a DUI and they are serving in the military.  Basically, the military has a standard that if you have any alcohol in your system and you can't safely operate a motor vehicle then they're going to find that you are DUI. Not only…Read More

  • By: Ron Hedding
  • Published: October 14, 2019
The Metro court is the main downtown courthouse that handles DUI cases -- thousands of DUI cases are handled there every year.  It's probably one of the biggest courts around as far as DUI prosecutions go  Department 60 is the main court there. That's the arraignment court.  That's where most of the cases are filed.  A person enters a guilty…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 27, 2018
I'm always surprised that people don't realize that a DUI is a criminal offense and they could go to jail for it. Obviously, the answer is yes you need an attorney unless you just want to throw yourself on the mercy of the court and hope you don't go to jail, lose your driver's license, put on probation and host…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 24, 2018
When somebody is arrested for a DUI, obviously it’s a very scary process. A lot of people really don't know what to do. The two main concerns that you should have is number one, your driver's license. Obviously, you need that to get around especially in a metropolis like Los Angeles. So, you're going to need to start making some…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 1, 2018
An expert is not always appropriate in a DUI case. In order to use an expert, some issue is going to have to come up where you need the expert. A perfect example of this would be the prosecutors get the blood test of the defendant and the blood alcohol level is really close to a .08. Contaminants in the…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: November 1, 2018
The answer to this question is interesting. Yes, if the police pull you over for a DUI and they decide that they're going to arrest you because they believe they have probable cause that you are driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or both, they can impound your vehicle, and part of that impound is they are permitted to…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: October 8, 2018
The California Highway Patrol has primary responsibility for dealing with traffic-related matters on freeways and roads. They are also known as the CHP and they probably, by far, arrest the most people for DUI's in Los Angeles County more than any other law enforcement agency. The main reason for this - and I've been doing this for twenty-five years so…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: October 8, 2018
Most of the DUI's that I've seen over the last twenty-five years that I've defended, the person is giving their breath. There are occasions where someone gives their blood. Way back in the day, they used to take urine. Now it's either blood or breath, and most of the time it's easier for the police to get the person's breath,…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: September 11, 2018
Some things that you should look out for if you have a DUI pending in Los Angeles County and you're looking for ways to try to fight it are some of the mistakes that the police make in these DUI stops. Lack of Probable Cause To Make Traffic Stop First of all, they can't just stop somebody for any reason.…Read More

  • By: Ronald D. Hedding
  • Published: September 11, 2018
Anybody who knows anything about DUI as far as LA county and the courts go and the highways, knows that the California Highway Patrol or CHP are the ones that make the most arrests for DUI cases across Los Angeles County. In fact, there are awards given to CHP officers who can make the most arrests in one year. They…Read More