Tuesday, April 29, 2008

California DUI warrant announcement by CHP

California DUI lawyer - CHP warrant announcement

April 29, 2008

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California Highway Patrol announced that the agency has received a federal grant to arrest California DUI drivers with outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court on California DUI charges, or failure to pay fines or show proof of completion of other requirements imposed by the court after a California DUI conviction, California DUI / drunk driving lawyers learned.

The CHP press release described how every year individuals are arrested for California DUI and enter the legal process and that some individuals either fail to appear in court or fail to pay fines associated with California DUI offenses. As a result, arrest warrants are issued for these individuals. However, sometimes these warrants are not served in a timely manner allowing the violators to avoid justice until they’re apprehended, California DUI / Drunk Driving attorneys are told.

The CHP has indicated that, in order to assure that proper attention is given to outstanding DUI felony and misdemeanor warrants, the CHP has launched a major anti-California DUI crackdown through a new federal grant entitled “Stop DUI II.” This grant will allow the CHP to take an aggressive approach to reduce the number of outstanding California DUI / Drunk Driving warrants by establishing teams of officers for the specific purpose of serving outstanding California DUI / Drunk Driving warrants, California DUI lawyers suspect.

California Highway Patrol officers will serve these California DUI / Drunk Driving warrants and arrest the individuals who have been evading the California DUI / Drunk Driving law. The grant’s focus is on CHP’s Valley, Golden Gate and Southern Divisions and extends through December 31, 2008, according to California DUI criminal defense attorneys.

Funding for this program was provided by a $250,000 grant through the state Office of Traffic Safety, from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, per California DUI criminal defense lawyers.

If you have failed to appear in court relating to a California DUI offense, the Court has likely issued a warrant for your arrest, and, with this grant to the CHP, it is only a matter of time before you will be accosted at your home or place of work by uniformed officers looking to arrest you on the California DUI warrant and take you to county jail.

If you want to save yourself the shock, expense and embarrassment of being arrested for California DUI in front of your family, neighbors, or co-workers, contact California DUI attorney Rick Mueller right away for assistance.

California DUI attorney Rick Mueller has 24 years of experience in helping people to get arrest warrants lifted so that they no longer have to live in fear wondering each day whether this will be “the day” when their luck will run out and they will be arrested by the California DUI police.

In some cases, California DUI attorney Rick Mueller has even been able to get the warrant recalled without the client ever having to appear in court or at a police station so call us to see if he can make similar arrangements in your California DUI case. The sooner you contact California DUI attorney Rick Mueller, the sooner he can start putting our 24 years of experience to work for you.

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