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Rocklin DUI Defense Lawyer

Experienced DUI Defense in Placer County

Have you been arrested for driving under the influence? If you were charged with a DUI, you could be facing severe penalties, including a loss of your driving privileges. These penalties can have long-term damaging affects on your future. The DUI defense attorneys at Jacob Law Firm have the knowledge needed to protect your future.

At Jacob Law Firm, we understand that having an attorney on your side can make a difference in the outcome of your case, and our firm may be able to help. We are committed to providing quality representation and personable services to our clients. With our Rocklin DUI lawyer, you can feel confident that your case is in good hands.


Call Jacob Law Firm at (916) 295-6993 to schedule a consultation with a Placer DUI lawyer at our firm.


California DUI Laws

There are different types of DUI charges you could face if you were found to be operating a vehicle under the influence.

In accordance with California laws, individuals could be charged with:

  • Per se DUI: If your blood alcohol level is higher than that of the legal limit, you could be charged with a per se DUI. If a blood or breath alcohol test shows you are intoxicated, that will be enough evidence to arrest you and charge you with driving under the influence.
  • Implied consent DUI: When an individual receives their driver’s license, they agree to give sobriety tests to determine intoxication, subject to an arresting officer’s discretion. Denying a chemical or sobriety test while showing signs of intoxication can be enough for an officer to arrest you and charge you with a DUI.
  • Zero tolerance DUI: Individuals under the age of 21 that are found to be operating a vehicle with any amount of alcohol in their system are automatically arrested and charged with a DUI. This includes even small trace amounts of alcohol or any individual showing signs of intoxication during a sobriety test.
  • Aggravated DUI: This type of DUI is considered a more extreme offense. It can be charged to an individual if they are found to be driving erratically, driving with minors present in the vehicle, become involved in a collision, or if their blood alcohol level is extremely high.

Regardless of the charges you may be facing, it is important to know that, with the help of an attorney, it’s possible to fight the charges brought against you.

Begin Building a Strong Defense with Jacob Law Firm

Did you know you can fight a DUI case? With the assistance of an experienced Rocklin DUI attorney and a strong defense, you can protect your rights, your future, and your driving privileges. At Jacob Law Firm, we are committed to providing outstanding representation to our clients with over a decade of experience in criminal defense cases. We stand ready to take a personalized approach to each and every case. We are always available to our clients!


If you have questions regarding your future, contact our DUI lawyer attorney in Rocklin at (916) 295-6993 to schedule a consultation today.


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FAQ about DUIs in California

Is DUI a felony in California?

Throughout CA, driving under the influence is considered a misdemeanor with a few exceptions. There are a few ways in which DUI can be considered a felony: 1) an accident that results in serious bodily harm, 2) four or more DUIs within 10 years, and 3) a DUI felony conviction in the past.

What penalties might I face if arrested for DUI?

For a first-offense DUI, you may face license suspension, fines, and possibly probation for 3 - 5 years.

What are the penalties for DUI with no driver's license?

If you are driving under the influence without a driver's license, the penalties for your DUI arrest will be more severe. Driving without a license coupled with DUI will show that you may be disregarding other driving laws. You will be facing heavy court costs, fines, and possibly time in prison.

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