San Bernardino’s Most Respected DUI Defender
Individuals who have been arrested and charged with a DUI need the strongest and most experienced lawyer to handle their DUI case. Although many lawyers profess to know how to handle DUI cases and consider them routine and simple criminal cases, there is nothing routine about the possibility of jail time, loss of your driver’s license, having to attend DUI classes for months and the stigma of having a criminal record. For any DUI matter, call Southern California criminal attorney Daniel King, a graduate of UC Berkeley and the Southwestern School of Law.
Mr. King has directed or overseen over 500 DUI cases in his 13 years of practice in Southern California and has represented his clients before the DMV in well over 500 license suspension hearings over DUI charges. As a DUI attorney, he devotes the same focus and attention to your case regardless if you feel the evidence is clearly against you. Mr. King will:
Thoroughly investigate the facts and circumstances of your case
Represent you at your DMV hearing
Challenge the BAC results of your breathalyzer, blood or urine test
Determine if law enforcement officials violated your rights
Discuss with you any available defenses
If necessary, negotiate a plea once you are thoroughly informed
Represent you at trial if necessary
Many of Mr. King’s clients have been able to retain their driver’s licenses following a DMV hearing and then had their criminal matters dismissed or they pled to lesser charges with no jail time and with no criminal conviction on their public record.
Although most DUI offenses are charged as misdemeanors, the most serious ones can be felonies and may involve other drug charges. Daniel King has represented numerous clients in felony DUI and drug offenses and has been successful in getting charges dismissed or reduced in many of these serious cases.
Trust your DUI case to Daniel King, an experienced and resourceful DUI lawyer who will give your case the individual attention it needs and who will work to give you the best possible outcome.