Barry I. Besser, Attorney At Law

Divorce Attorney Orange County, CA 92868

30 Years Successful Family, Criminal, and Civil Law Litigator

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Orange: (714) 978-1788
Newport Beach:(949) 476-3787
Fax: (714) 921-8857

Orange County DUI and DWI Attorney

Traffic violations can have serious criminal consequences, particularly when a driver is accused of driving under the influence . A conviction on DUI charges may result in fines, the revocation or suspension of your driverís license, and possible jail time.

In addition, your insurance company may increase your rates to an unmanageable level. In defending against an impaired driving charge, you have many rights as a criminal defendant, including the right to cross-examine the witnesses against you, even if they are police officers. An experienced criminal defense attorney can make all the difference in such a difficult case.

My law firm handles a full range of matters in the above-referenced practice areas for clients throughout Orange County, including Santa Ana, Tustin, Garden Grove, Fullerton, Irvine, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, Newport Beach, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Beach, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Villa Park, Los Angeles, and Riverside.

Besser Law Success Story
Motion To Suppress Granted on a 3rd Time DUI Charge with .27 Blood Alcohol

Generally, judges are reluctant to grant Motions to Suppress, as they don't like to see a case get dismissed. What is a Motion to Suppress? This is where we try and show that the police officer didn't have probable cause to either stop the driver or arrest the driver for being under the influence of alcohol. The client that I was representing was facing a 3rd time DUI with a blood alcohol of .27. Needless to say, he was facing a lot of jail time. However, in reading the report, I found that we had a good chance to show that there was no probable cause to stop the driver. As I stated, even when that is the case, the court will generally look for any way not to grant the motion. In this case, the mistakes by the Highway Patrol were so glaring, that I was able to win the motion, and the case was dismissed. I was amazed, and everyone in the courtroom was amazed. At least the judge in this case looked only at the facts of the case, rather than at the defendant's record to make a proper decision.

"Remember, he who represents himself has a fool for a client."

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