2019 DUI Laws
From beginning of the year through Jan. 1, 2026, repeatedly driving-under-the -influence (DUI) offenses and those with a first DUI who injured someone must install an ignition interlock device for up to 12-48 months. This law is for driving under the influence of alcohol or alcohol and drugs, but not drugs only. A judge may order a first-time DUI offender who didn't injure anyone to install a device for up to six months.
The law office of Wais Azami can help properly defend you against such charges, especially if you suffer conditions which pre-dispose you to testing positive for alcohol. Believe it or not, you medical history, sleep history, tolerance level and many other facts affect your test results for alcohol consumption. We'll do a thorough investigation to make sure you're not charged for a crime of DUI when there could be other factors for testing positive for alcohol consumption.
I have attended DUI classes and seminars, with the latest being in November of 2018 in San Francisco, California. I stay on top of current events to make sure you receive the best defense possible.
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