California DUI lawyers are wondering about rock n roll this weekend.
Earlier in the week, Richie Sambora was pulled over for driving erratically and suspicion of DUI. But was he actually over the legal limit? That question is under dispute now.
After being arrested in Laguna Beach, California, he volunteerly submitted to having a blood alcohol test. The results from this should be known in about a week from now. It is now coming out that several witnesses are stating that he really didn’t drink very much, and it is unlikely that his blood alcohol content will register above the legal limit in California, which is .08.
As this is certainly good news for Sambora, there is plenty of bad news on the way. It is being reported that his ex-wife Heather Locklear is going to try and gain more child custody of Ava as a result of this situation.
As to Richie’s DUI defense, he must find a top California DUI attorney asap.
In the last five years, Irvine California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci has personally tried over 85 DUI jury trials with 60 of those jury trials having a successful outcome for the client in all Southern California courts with an emphasis in Los Angeles County and Orange County. California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci has represented citizens against the DMV in excess of 1000 times.
California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci is student certified in Standardized Field Sobriety Tests in accordance with the standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci has also been certified in the administration, calibration & maintenance of the Intoximeter Alco-Sensor IV Preliminary Alcohol Screening Device - the breath test device you may or may not have taken at the scene of your arrest. Currently, California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci is the President of the California DUI Lawyers Association - a statewide organization of attorneys representing individuals accused of DUI. California DUI Attorney Vincent Tucci is the co-chair of the DUI Committee for the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and sits as a Board of Governor member.