Rancho Cucamonga DUI Attorney
Available 24 Hours a Day – Call (909) 695-0095 for DUI Defense Now
It can be terrifying to be pulled over and then arrested on charges of
driving under the influence. It can be tempting to simply accept the license
suspension and fines so you can put the whole thing behind you—but
the reality is that a DUI conviction can follow you into every job interview
and on every housing application. When you need to fight for your future,
turn to the Law Offices of Brian E. Skibby.
- Why Choose Brian Skibby as Your Rancho Cucamonga DUI Lawyer?
- 20 Years of Hard-Hitting Legal Experience
- Former Prosecutor Fighting for You
- Works Directly on Each Case Start to Finish
- Reasonable Fees. Payments Plans. Free Consultations.
Our Rancho Cucamonga DUI lawyer has the prosecutorial insights to keep
your defense one step ahead of the government’s case.
Attorney Skibby has successfully defended hundreds of clients, and he may be able to help
you get your DUI charge reduced or dismissed, and possibly expunged in
the future. Learn more about your possible defenses and take action now
to assert your legal rights.
Call (909) 695-0095 today to
schedule your FREE consultation with a proven DUI lawyer in Rancho Cucamonga.
Fighting the Penalties for a DUI in Rancho Cucamonga
- The penalties you could face for a drugged or drunk driving offense could include:
First DUI – Up to 6 months’ jail, $1,000 fine, and 10 months’
Second DUI – Up to 1 year jail, $1,800 fine, 2 years’ license suspension,
and interlock ignition device (IID)
Third DUI – Up to 1 year jail, $1,800 fine, 3 years’ license suspension,
and IID installation
Fourth DUI – Up to 16 months’ prison, $18,000 fine, 4 years’ license
suspension, and an IID
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Limits
Under California law, when you apply for a driver’s license you automatically
consent to field sobriety and chemical tests in order to judge your level
of impairment. Because of this “implied consent” law it is
important that you understand what penalties you might be facing depending
on your BAC percentage at the time you are pulled over.
- California BAC limits:
- 0.08% - “per se” BAC limit
- 0.02% - zero tolerance (underage) BAC limit
- 0.16% - enhanced penalty (aggravated) BAC limit
If you refuse to take a breathalyzer test in the state of California, you
can be facing a citation. However, if you then consent to a blood test
you may be exempt from this charge.
Don’t just plead guilty. This is your freedom, your finances, and
your future on the line. Even if you have failed or refused a blood or
breath test, Rancho Cucamonga DUI attorney Brian Skibby may still be able
to help you save your license from revocation by the DMV and help you
battle for your rights in criminal court. Discover your legal options
in a free consultation.
Call (909) 695-0095 to
request your free consultation with Rancho Cucamonga DUI attorney, Brian E. Skibby.