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We serve Riverside County (Banning, Beaumont, Bermuda Dunes, Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Riverside, Salton Sea, Thermal and Thousand Palms) and San Bernardino County (29 Palms, Joshua Tree, Morongo Basin, Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley). 

Many times, a person who receives a DUI has never been in trouble a day in his or her life.  The person maybe had one too many before deciding to drive home.  These cases often seem daunting and overwhelming to the defendant.  That is where the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache is here to help.  There are often holes in the case against you, which can be used in getting you the best results possible, whether that is a good deal, or in the best case, a dismissal of the charges completely!

Aggravating Factors

*Prior DUI convictions: If you have a prior conviction for DUI, the penalties against you are increased dramatically.  By the time you have three priors, you will be looking at time in state prison for the fourth.  Cases with priors that are less than 10 years old need particular attention to certain details.  The Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, located in Palm Springs, California, know the particularities of multiple DUI priors and has a great success rate in handling them.

*DUI with collision: If you were involved with a collision and the cop determined that you were driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the charges and penalties against you are drastically more serious.  If not handled properly, they almost always result in serious fines, jail time, and alcohol classes.  The Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache, located in Palm Springs, California, knows the intricacies of handling DUI with collision charges.

*DUI by a minor: Whenever a minor is charged with DUI in California, the penalties are especially harsh.  The minor is looking at an automatic license suspension with no possibility of restricted license for a year if convicted.  Some judges in some courts want to “throw the book” at minors to teach them a lessor or make an example out of them.  Don’t become the example.