Frequently Asked Questions for an Indio DUI
What is the Ten Day Rule for an Indio DUI?
The 10 day rule refers to the time period that you have following your DUI arrest. You have 10 days to contact the DMV to put a hold on the automatic suspension of your license. Failure to contact the DMV within this time period will result in your licenses being automatically suspended. If you plan on retaining counsel to represent you in court, it is imperative that you choose a reputable Indio DUI Defense Attorney as quickly as you can so that we can request the DMV hearing on your behalf.
If I am arrested for an Indio DUI offense will I go to jail?
You can be sentenced to jail if you are arrested for an Indio DUI offense. A person can even be sentenced to jail for even a first time Indio drunk driving offense. Contact our Indio DUI defense law firm to find out more information on what you could be facing.
Will I lose my license if I am arrested for an Indio DUI?
It is possible for you to lose your licenses even on a first DUI offense. The DMV has had full jurisdiction over the suspension of driver’s license and they can suspend a driver’s license for a minimum of four months. Once you plead guilty for your Indio DUI offense in the criminal courts, the DMV can further suspend your driver’s license for an additional six months.