Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III - Certified Specialist in Criminal Law
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Tough to fight zero-tolerance law for DUI in California

California is a state known for its beautiful scenery and tourist attractions. Hundreds of thousands enjoy the many amenities offered, including an active social scene and night life. Often, those partaking in such activities will choose to imbibe in alcoholic beverages. Problems can arise when, after a few drinks, someone gets behind the wheel of a car.  California has zero-tolerance laws for DUI, and they are tough to fight in court.

At the Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III, an experienced team of criminal defense attorneys is dedicated to helping those who have been charged with alcohol-related offenses. With more than 50 years of combined legal experience, we have a strong record that includes dismissals and acquittals, as well as lessening of charges under plea agreements. We are prepared to speak and act on your behalf, exhausting all available options to obtain as positive an outcome as possible in court.

Penalties under conviction increase according to the measurable levels of alcohol from a blood alcohol content test. As your legal advocates, we will thoroughly investigate any test results to make certain they are accurate. We can also offer assistance to help you get your vehicle back if it has been impounded.

License suspension is another complication for many who have been charged with DUI in California. An attorney from the Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III can appear at a DMV hearing on your behalf to challenge the suspension and help you apply for a critical needs license. Calling to schedule an appointment with one of our criminal lawyers allows us to protect your rights and begin preparing your defense.

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