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Why Hire Parker Law Center?


A DUI is a criminal offense that can result in serious penalties. Turning to a seasoned and skilled defense lawyer that focuses on handling DUI cases can make a major difference.


Hiring an attorney does not have to break the bank. Parker Law Center aims to provide all of our clients with effective DUI representation at an affordable and reasonable rate.


Our aggressive defense strategies have enabled us to successfully represent a variety of complex misdemeanor and felony DUI cases across Southern California.

The DUI Attorney for You

  • Thousands of Clients Represented
  • Handling Cases from Start to Finish
  • Aggressive Defense of Your Rights
  • Seasoned & Trusted Legal Counsel
  • Protecting Drivers Since 2006

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Serving Southern California and surrounding areas.

Experience & Advocacy You Can Trust

Being charged with driving under the influence is a stressful event, especially in Southern California. No matter the circumstances you are currently undergoing, hiring a proven and capable DUI lawyer in Southern California ensures that you have the trusted guidance, credible insight, and aggressive defense you need throughout the process. Parker Law Center provides these essentials and more to residents across the region.

Why You Need a DUI Attorney

Parker Law Center in Southern California, CA offers tailored legal solutions that provide for a strategic and powerful defense. As a leading DUI law firm in our area, our team advocates on behalf of accused motorists throughout the following counties and surrounding communities in Southern California: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Ventura.

As a seasoned Southern California DUI lawyer, Attorney Parker has helped many Southern California residents resolve complex misdemeanor and felony DUI cases. Above all else, Parker Law Center takes new cases with the intention of achieving desired results.

Attorney Parker’s extensive knowledge and close familiarity with our criminal justice system has led to numerous case wins and victories. Highly passionate about investing in the next generation, Attorney Parker also serves as an adjunct professor with California State University, Long Beach’s Criminal Justice Department.

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Attorney Parker will personally represent clients at both Court & DMV hearings.

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Understanding the Two Components of Your DUI Case

#1: Administrative Per Se (APS) Hearing

DUI arrest in Southern California can lead to a suspension or revocation of your California driver’s license for a minimum of four months up to three years. Typically, the officer who arrests you for the DUI will confiscate your California driver’s license and issue a notice that your driver’s license has been revoked or suspended. This pink piece of paper will serve as your temporary license for a 30 day period in which you maintain full driving privileges. At the end of this 30 days period, an automatic suspension goes into effect… unless you fight back first! To stop the suspension process, you must contact the Driver Safety Office near the location of your arrest and request an Administrative Per Se (APS) hearing. This must be done within 10 days from the date of your arrest. At the hearing, the Department is charged with proving a number of issues by a preponderance of the evidence.

If the driver submitted to a chemical test there are three issues:

  • Did the officer have reasonable cause to believe that the licensee was driving a motor vehicle in violation of California Vehicle Code Sections 23152 or 23153?
  • Was the licensee lawfully arrested?
  • Was the licensee driving a motor vehicle with 0.08% or more, by weight, of alcohol in the blood?

If the driver refused to submit to or failed to complete a chemical test (a refusal) there are four issues:

  • Did the officer have reasonable cause to believe that the licensee was driving a motor vehicle in violation of California Vehicle Code Sections 23152 or 23153?
  • Was the licensee lawfully arrested?
  • Was the licensee advised that refusal to submit to, or failure to complete, a breath or blood test would result in a one year license suspension or two or three year revocation?
  • Did the licensee refuse to submit to, or fail to complete, a chemical test after being requested to by a peace officer?

Parker Law Center’s Kellee Parker Harris has represented well over a thousand clients at APS hearings and has helped many clients preserve their licenses in the following counties throughout Southern California: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Ventura.

#2: DUI Criminal Charges

California Vehicle Code Sections 23152 (a) through (g) spell out the definition of driving under the influence in California. Vehicle Code Section 23152 (a) states that driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol is a criminal act. In other words, if you show signs of impairment at even a low blood alcohol level such as 0.05%, you can still be charged with DUI under this code section. Vehicle Code Section 23152 (f) states it is unlawful to drive a vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance, while Vehicle Code Section 23152 (g) makes it unlawful to drive a vehicle under the combined influence of alcohol and drugs. Vehicle Code Sections 23152 (a), (f) and (g) all require the officer to observe signs of impairment in order to arrest. There is no pre-set level which deems a person DUI under these code sections. Officers look to poor driving, slurred speech, unsteady gait, bloodshot/ watery eyes, poor performance on field sobriety tests, odor of alcohol or drugs, and admissions of use in order to gain probable cause for arrest,

Vehicle Code Section 23152 (b) defines DUI in a slightly different way. This section states that it is unlawful for a motorist to drive a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or higher. This section does not require any signs of impairment as it is a per se law. Thus, if you are arrested for DUI and your BAC was 0.08% or greater you will be charged with two separate counts of DUI, Vehicle Code Sections 23152 (a) and (b).

The criminal court case starts with the initial appearance which is called your arraignment. Typically, your DUI attorney will enter a plea of not guilty on your behalf and set your matter for a pretrial hearing. At the pretrial hearing your attorney will be afforded with an opportunity to review the evidence, evaluate the case for any motions, and negotiate with the prosecutor. An offer will be presented, and your attorney will be able to help you decide if it is best to enter into the disposition or go to jury trial. If convicted of any of the above DUI charges you can face a battery of punishments including jail time, alcohol education classes, probation, fines, fees, and license suspension. Attorney Kellee Parker Harris of Parker Law Center can help you evaluate your DUI case and will fight to defend your rights to ensure the best possible outcome.

Client Testimonials

With her representing me in court I was able to clear up a court issue that was 18 years old. Before going to court Kellee made sure I knew my options and gave me no false promises. She was up front with me and I’m so very satisfied with the court outcome


The expediency in which you handled my case enabled me to put behind me an error of judgment, return to work and to begin to put my experience behind me and for that I will always be grateful. To any future or prospective clients, I would tell them that as


Immediately she made me feel comfortable telling her what had happened realizing that I needed to do something this time that I had never done before which was retain a lawyer she made me feel at ease with a warm smile and a professional demeanor


The best thing about Parker Law was how available my attorney was to me. Other firms I called at first were slow to call back. She explained everything and her knowledge was extensive.


Thank God for Kellee! Anyone in any type of DUI situation should call Parker Law Center; they will take unlimited time to listen and document your case. They are Professionals, Persistent & Punctual, that = Parker for me!


DUI Information Center

Assembly Bill No. 3234

Oct 8|

What Is AB 3234? Assembly Bill (AB) No. 3234 was signed into law on September 30, 2020, and took effect on January 1, 2021. This bill gives judges the discretion to offer diversion on misdemeanor [...]

Parker Law Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary

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DUI Law Practice Servicing Southern California: Providing Quality Representation while Fighting for Client Rights [Huntington Beach, CA] Parker Law Center officially celebrates 10 years of providing quality affordable legal representation and fighting for client rights. [...]

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A DUI case can be difficult to navigate, especially if you have never been through the process. Having knowledge of the law, understanding the procedures and having answers to common questions can make all the difference.


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If you or a loved one are facing accusations for driving under the influence, it is vital to speak with a DUI defense attorney right away. Located in Huntington Beach, Parker Law Center extends DUI defense services to clients across Southern California, including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Ventura counties. Attorney Parker can advise you on the best approach to take with your case, and address any questions or concerns you may have during a free initial consultation.

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