The state of California has aggressive DUI laws designed to deter anyone from drunk driving. To discourage young drivers from driving while intoxicated, California has a zero tolerance policy, commonly called a “not a drop” policy.
If you are under 21 and a police officer detects any amount of alcohol in your system, you face the possibility of a one-year driver’s license suspension. Moreover, if your license is suspended for underage DUI, you will not be eligible for even a restricted license to drive to and from work or school.
Christopher Harmon – Riverside DUI Defense Attorney Here to Help
If you or your child has been charged with underage drinking and driving, contact the experienced Riverside underage DUI defense attorney Christopher Harmon to get started on an aggressive defense. We represent clients throughout Riverside County and San Bernardino County in underage DUI cases.
It is important to contact us immediately, as you only have a limited time to request a hearing before the DMV to challenge the automatic suspension of your driver’s license. If we are retained to handle your case, we can represent you at the DMV hearing. There are many arguments designed to protect your driving privileges.
San Bernardino Lawyers – Minor in Possession – Underage Drinking
In addition to skillfully handling your DMV hearing, we will handle any criminal charge you face for drinking and driving. Our Riverside underage DUI defense attorneys, Christopher Harmon, has years of experience in criminal law cases. We are skilled negotiators and trial lawyers who will fight to seek the best possible result on your behalf.
Contact Christopher Harmon to speak with a DUI/juvenile defense and underage drinking lawyer.