When you are arrested for a DUI in California , you will lose your license. However, that is not the only thing you should be concerned about.
If you have a driver's license in California, any serious violations of the driving laws will accumulate “points” to your driving record. Enough points could result in losing your privilege to drive.
Most driving offenses, such as hit and run, reckless driving, and driving under the influence, are designated as 2 points and will remain on your record for seven years from the violation date. Most other offenses are designated as 1 point and will remain on your record for three years from the violation date. For example, an at fault accident will get you one point on your record.
You are considered a negligent operator by the California DMV if you have the following point count totals:
4 points in 12 months, or
6 points in 24 months, or
8 points in 36 months
A qualified San Francisco DUI attorney can explain the point system to you, and determine how best to proceed with your DUI keeping in mind your license record.
Category: DUI and DWI Laws For California
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