Get the Mt Pleasant DUI lawyer for your DUI case here

587 N Ventu Park Rd, Newbury Park, CA

984-2242 I hired the DUI MAN for 2 ongoing DUI charges(2nd & 3rd).After a year of court dates my case was finally put to rest. In all honesty I only met with Michael Bialys once in the whole year his firm worked on my case, Also the only time I ever received a phone call from him was when I was late for a payment by 4 days. The actual stress of not knowing what is going on the entire time is worse than the actual DUI. If you don’t know anything, you can’t help him help you. My case with Michael was different than what he usually works on. 

In addition to getting me absolved of any negligence and getting my right to drive back, it was Michael’s research and understanding of the event which proved, undeniably, that I was not responsible for my wife’s death. I’ve never been charged for an underage DUI offense or any other offense, especially never have I hired a lawyer to fight a case for me. The DUI Man is FANTASTIC!! He made the whole process much less stressful. Just to wrap it up DUI man is your Man they also work with payments, real nice employees just gotta give respect to get respect. 

So remember fellas don’t drink and drive and if you do make that decision and get caught up The DUI Man is your man. The dui man was the worst choise i made as getting a dui attorney i dealt with david shapiro and also met with mr Michael Bailey or however you spell his last name, anyways they seem legit and good people at first then david a went from 2500.00 to a lower rate i thought i could trust him and felt comfortable at the time so i made the mistake of giving them my debit card info and they just started to take different amounts that were different from what we agreed on and even money that was not authorized im in a dispute with my bank and them now luckily i got out on time and they only took 200.00 not worth the bad reputation i would not trust them and for shure not refer them no starts from me unless 5 meaning the worst. Thank DUI Man because of you I was able to avoid jail and spend every dinner at home with my family!! Michael bialys is his name…. and i love him…. 

The first time i saw him, i was sitting in VN court facing what i would come to realize was the biggest CU$T judge i would ever have the displeasure to meet,…, judge omens or owens, rebecca…. so, as shit hit the fan, and a few weeks go by, i realize i didnt do something iw as supposed to do for court and court is next day…. mind you this is 7.00pm night before court… i call michael as i remember i had his card, and i remember his repoir was quite good w ms. 

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Current Mississippi DUI Laws & Penalties

Mississippi DUI law code section 63-11-30 states that it is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or an intoxicant with a blood alcohol concentration of.08% or greater. It is not necessary for a person stopped on suspicion of DUI in Mississippi to show signs of impairment, if that person’s BAC level is.08% or greater they are in violation of Mississippi’s ‘per se’ law and will be arrested for driving under the influence. When a person is stopped on suspicion of DUI in Mississippi you have every right to kindly refuse to submit to the field sobriety tests without any actions being taken against you. If the officer requested that you take a chemical test and you refused, the officer is required to inform you of the potential penalties for refusal and then ask you a second time if you will submit to a chemical test per Mississippi code section 63-11-23. Whether you submitted to a chemical test and failed or you refused to submit to a chemical test you are violating Mississippi’s implied consent law. 

When someone initially applies for and accepts a license in Mississippi they are basically agreeing to the terms set forth by the state of Mississippi regarding its implied consent law, which basically says that if you are requested by an officer to submit to a chemical test because the officer has probable cause to believe that your ability to operate a motor vehicle is impaired due to the consumption of alcohol, drugs, an intoxicant or any combination thereof. If you or your Mississippi DUI lawyer wish to challenge the suspension of your license in this case, you or your lawyer must file a Petition to Rescind Statutory Summary Suspension with the court within ten days of the post mark of the letter of intent to suspend your license. It’s important to remember that this is just a test refusal hearing, a win here does not mean you have won your criminal case this hearing is just about the suspension of your driver’s license, you must still go to court to fight the DUI charge. Fines: The fines for a first offense DUI will be between $250 and $1,000 plus court costs. Before the Mississippi DPS will reinstate your license following your suspension period or issue you a Hardship license you will be required to file proof of financial responsibility in the form of a Mississippi SR22 insurance policy with them. 

Mississippi Second Offense DUI. A Mississippi second offense DUI is a misdemeanor offense and means that you have previously been convicted of a first offense DUI within the past 5-year period. Fines: The fines for a second offense DUI will be between $600 and $1,500 plus court costs. 

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