Have you been arrested or charged with a DUI under CA Vehicle Code section 23152(b)?
Call Los Angeles DUI lawyer Kevin Moghtanei for a free consultation today
In most DUI cases, the police will charge you with both CVC 23152(a) and 23152(b). While these are technically two separate crimes, you cannot be punished for both in California.
*CVC = California Vehicle Code
Here, we will discuss CVC 23152(b), which writes:
“It is unlawful for a person who has 0.08 percent or more, by weight, of alcohol in his or her blood to drive a vehicle.”
Elements: What Must Be Proven to Convict You
BAC of 0.08% or More While Driving:
A DUI charge does not automatically equate to a DUI conviction. In many cases, a skilled defense attorney can negotiate down a 23152(b) DUI charge to one of the following:
I have a great deal of experience in handling 23152(b) DUI charges throughout San Fernando and Van Nuys, and greater Los Angeles County.