Ontario DUI Defense Lawyer2019-09-27T09:24:09-05:00

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I am very grateful that I selected Parker Law Center to represent me because they were very helpful, organized and dedicated! Not only did I benefit from their services, but I appreciate their commitment and persistence to get me the results I wanted. (S.D.)

My heart was shattered when my son made the call that he was in trouble. I contacted Kellee and she first of all comforted me by her caring attitude and ability to calm me down and ensure me that she would fight her hardest on his behalf. She made good on her word. Her staff also were very competent and caring. Kellee was relentless and did not give up, even when the court reneged on decisions contrary to their prior agreements. She just would not give up and as a result my son got a reduction in his charge. We are so very grateful to all that she and her staff did for us and we highly recommend her with confidence. (Parker Law Center Client)

While the circumstances for needing a lawyer were less than ideal, the bright side was having the support and professionalism of Kellee behind me. Not only did she work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcome for my case, but she also made the whole situation much less stressful. Kellee is reliable, easy to talk to, and extremely knowledgeable. I hope I never need a lawyer again, but if I do, I know exactly who to call! (Rachel)

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One with DUI Charges in Ontario

If you or a loved one has been charged with a DUI or related matter in Ontario, it is vital you contact an experienced Ontario DUI defense lawyer to assist you with your matter.  Only a skilled defense attorney should review your case and prepare your defense.  Being charged with a DUI is a serious matter which can result in any of the following penalties: jail time, work release, electronic monitoring, fines to the Court, installation of an ignition interlock device, mandatory attendance at an alcohol treatment program, license suspension, and probation.  Retaining a fierce Ontario drunk driving attorney can help mitigate the penalties associated with your DUI offense.  It is essential you contact a highly qualified Ontario area DUI attorney today to protect your rights.  Contact Attorney Kellee Parker the founder of Parker Law Center today for a free strategy session!

Hire the Proper Ontario DUI Defense Lawyer
It is important that you hire the proper DUI defense lawyer to represent you.  Your defense attorney should have widespread knowledge of DUI related laws, and possess immense experience representing clients charged with DUI matters.  The defense team at the Parker Law Center concentrates on representing those charged with a DUI or a related offense, and is committed to providing the best possible representation for its clients.  The concentration on DUI matters allows Parker Law Center to uniquely defend its client and protect their rights.

Parker Law Center will provide you with comprehensive legal representation on your DUI.  It is important to note that there are two distinct components of your defense: 1) Court and 2) DMV hearing.  The legal team at Parker Law Center is committed to fighting to protect your rights in Court and at the DMV hearing.  Your DUI defense attorney should be trained to handle complex DUI matters.  It is important that a person who is arrested for a DUI in Ontario hire an attorney familiar DUI cases to help ensure the best possible representation.  The highly skilled defense team at the Parker Law Center will work hard to minimize the penalties associated with your DUI arrest.  The legal team has a highly defined skill-set which enables the team to confidently and appropriately handle your case.  By hiring Parker Law Center, you will be assured to have fierce representation.

San Bernardino County Court Process
Many times a Ontario DUI case begins by a police officer citing a person for driving under the influence.  The citation provides the person with a date to appear in Court.  Once a citation has been issued, the Ontario police officer will forward his/her arrest report to the Office of the District Attorney A filing deputy is charged with reviewing the report and deciding whether or not to file a complaint in Court against the person.  Typically, a DUI is filed as a misdemeanor offense.  If you have been arrested for a DUI in Ontario, many times your DUI defense lawyer can appear in court on your behalf.

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The date to appear in court on the citation is called the arraignment.  The arraignment is the court appearance in which the charges on the complaint are read and a plea of “guilty” or “not guilty” is entered.  Many times your DUI defense attorney will enter a plea of “not guilty” on your behalf and set your case for a pre-trial.  There are certain circumstances in which keeping your matter at the arraignment stage will help facilitate the best disposition; thus, your Ontario DUI lawyer may continue your arraignment.  If your matter is set for a pre-trial, your Ontario drunk driving lawyer will negotiate with the prosecutor assigned to your matter and may request additional discovery.  The pre-trial is the stage which allows your Ontario DUI attorney to evaluate your case and determine if pre-trial motions should be filed.  Depending on the exact components of your case, a plea bargain could be in your best interest; other times, your Ontario defense lawyer could recommend you set your matter for trial.  Call Parker Law Center for an evaluation of your case with Attorney Kellee Parker!

San Bernardino County DMV Process – San Bernardino Driver Safety Office
During a typical DUI arrest in Ontario, the police officer will confiscate the offender’s license and provide him/her with a temporary driver’s license.  The temporary driver’s license allows the driver to maintain full driving privileges for the next 30 days.  Should the driver take no further action, his/her license will become suspended.  The length of the suspension is determined by the number of actions the DMV has taken on the person’s license.  You have a right to fight this license suspension.  If you have been arrested for a DUI in Ontario, it is imperative you contact the Driver Safety Office within 10 days of the date of arrest.  An experienced Ontario DUI lawyer will request this hearing on your behalf as long as you have contacted the attorney within the first 10 days.  A competent defense attorney will request the APS hearing, in addition to a stay on the license suspension and discovery.  The Driver Safety Office will provide you with a new temporary license which will enable you to maintain full driving privileges up until the time a decision is rendered on the hearing.  The APS hearing is conducted by a representative of the DMV known as a Hearing Officer.  The Hearing Officer has the burden of proving the following issues:

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 a chemical test was not taken (a refusal) the four issues are:

  • 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?

At the APS hearing, the Hearing Officer is charged with entering the documents into evidence.  Your Ontario DUI defense lawyer should be skilled at objecting to the documents and presenting rebuttal evidence.  At the conclusion of the hearing, the Hearing Officer takes all of the evidence under submission and is charged with rendering a written decision.  The decision will be sent to both the licensee’s address and the attorney’s office.  The decision may appear within a few days or weeks depending on the Hearing Officer’s schedule.  The decision will either set aside the suspension or uphold it.  If you have been charged with a DUI in Ontario, it is vital you contact an experienced DUI defense lawyer to provide you with the quality representation that you deserve.  Contact Parker Law Center today to speak with Attorney Kellee Parker regarding your case at (800) 805-8804!

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