Monday, March 4, 2013

What are the requirement for a "wet and reckless" or "wet reckless," California DUI attorneys are asked

California DUI criminal defense lawyers are not sure why people arrested for drunk driving in California think they need to see if they can get their DUI knocked down to a reckless driving, alcohol-related.

First of all, what makes you think that is the best deal for you?

Second, what makes you think that is a good deal for you?

Third, and perhaps most importantly just because you think you are probably over the .08% legal BAC limit does not mean you should not try to defend your California DUI case.  Why not see if a top California DUI attorney can review and analyze your case first?!

Fourth, are you asking this question because some California "DUI lawyers" mentioned on their website this is something you are interested in?

Fifth, did you know there is no such thing as a "wet & reckless" or a "wet reckless"?  The California Vehicle Code permits charges sometimes to be reduced to "reckless driving, alcohol-related" but you won't find the word "wet" in Section 23103 per 23103.5, the subject statute.