There are lots of ways of winning a San Diego DUI case. A California DUI Lawyers Association recognized-"Specialist" like Rick Mueller can help you.
If you are fighting a breath test, consider this San Diego DUI Attorney Specialist's listed defenses.
One way you can't win is fight when being arrested. That could cost you $25,000 bail.
Early today, the CHP tried to arrest a Poway man who allegedly scuffled with California Highway Patrol officers who then pulled out their stun gun and shot him.
San Diego DUI suspect Michael Littlejohn-Carroll drove a white Honda Prelude heading north on Interstate 805 at Home Avenue about 12:30 a.m. CHP claims he was weaving and pulled him over, San Diego DUI attorneys are told.
CHP concluded based on a San Diego DUI evaluation to take him into custody but he did the wrong thing if it happened - he resisted. A struggle ended up with the suspect and officers on the ground.
The San Diego DUI suspect was evaluated at a hospital, then jailed for alleged California DUI, battery and resisting arrest charges, with a $25,000 bail.
2 San Diego CHP DUI officers purportedly had minor injuries but declined medical treatment, lawyers are told.