Orange County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested on DUI charge

Orange County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested on DUI charge

After crashing at least twice within 30 minutes, an off-duty Orange County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested on DUI charges recently.  The deputy was found intoxicated when he crashed his Mercedes-Benz into another vehicle.  A passenger was injured in this melee.  It could be a case of negligence on the part of the officer. Usually in DUI cases a defendant would hire a local attorney such as a criminal defense attorney in San Clemente.  In this case, negligence has occurred on the part of the deputy, because a serious accident took place.  This case involves criminal activity, it is now up to the government or authorities to investigate the case charge, arrest or book the alleged the offender to try in a court.  If the deputy wishes to present his view point in the case he may have to hire a very experienced defense attorney to preserve his rights, if the deputy has done the accident through some other mistake.  It is necessary for the deputy to hire a defense attorney who is knowledgeable in drunken driving law, because these public attorneys are very knowledgeable in their field and protect him if the deputy was not at fault.  Otherwise, the California Drunk driving put the following fines and penalties on its culprits: on the first drunk driving conviction the deputy could face jail from 96 hours to 6 months or a fine from $390 to $1000 and License Suspension for six months, he may be asked to install Ignition Interlock Device (IID). In the second drunk driving conviction, the deputy could face Jail from 90 days to one year and a fine from $390 to $1000 and license suspension for two years.

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