If you have been charged with a second DUI, DWI or BUI, a conviction could have long-lasting effects on your life. Not only will you have your driver’s license suspended, pay hefty fines and possibly spend time in jail, but you will also have a criminal record that will follow you forever, making it difficult to get the kind of housing or employment you desire. You need an experienced and tenacious lawyer who will fight hard to protect your rights, get your sentence reduced or get your case dismissed altogether. We can help. Contact us online to speak with an experienced DUI attorney about your 2nd DUI/DWI arrest.
The Law Office of John W. Noonan, in Pleasanton, California, has represented thousands of clients facing second DUI charges throughout the East Bay area. We understand what you are going through, and we will help you and your family through this difficult experience.
Experienced. Aggressive. Fighting for Your Rights.
A former district attorney for Alameda County, attorney John W. Noonan has more than 40 years of experience and is one of Northern California’s most respected criminal trial lawyers. He is a certified in criminal law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, and was named Alameda County Attorney of the Year. For 30 years, Mr. Noonan’s peers have awarded him the coveted Martindale-Hubbell AV rating*, signifying preeminent legal ability and the highest professional and ethical standards.
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You have 10 calendar days from the date you were arrested to have a lawyer contact the DMV or else you will lose your license for up to two years.
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