At the beginning of 2022, the law regarding DUI diversion changed. DUIs are no longer eligible for diversion in California. Appeals are currently pending, which will hopefully reverse that decision to exclude DUIs from diversion. If successful, diversion would once again be applicable to DUIs in California. Please contact our office with any questions. Email us at abortellaw@gmail.com OR Call us at: (415) 523-7878

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Consequences For Third And Subsequent DUI Offenses


I always tell my clients, it’s a DUI. It’s a criminal offense. It’s going to set you back. It’s going to take a lot of work to recover from it, but it’s never the end of the world. If you’re getting up to a third offense, then in most cases, you need to work on yourself and to deal with what is probably a pretty major drinking problem.

You can’t help anybody else unless you help yourself first. This is why on a third offense; a lot of people end up doing residential treatment programs. Actually, they can get one of those instead of jail or a combination. But, on a third offense with DMV, if you weren’t on probation, you’re looking at six months of no driving followed by an interlock license for at least the next year and a half.

For more information on Consequences For 3rd & Subsequent DUIs, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (415) 523-7878 today.

Aaron Bortel

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