Los Angeles Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys
We Fight California DUI Charges
Contrary to popular belief, (and a very common misconception), California DUI cases are rarely hopeless and the attorneys at Werksman Werksman Jackson & Quinn LLP can help you with all of your DUI case needs.
It is not unheard of for police officers to make mistakes with roadside investigations. Courts have shown time and again that breathalyzers and blood tests have been prone to be less than perfect. Medical issues have been shown to render false/high BAC readings. What an experienced DUI attorney does is use these inconsistencies to obtain favorable results.
Most people arrested for a California DUI charge assume the evidence against them is insurmountable and they should probably just plead guilty.
Ways You May Not Be Guilty
As an example, were you aware that blood testing is certainly prone to error? When re-tested at an independent laboratory we have often gotten different (better) results. And, we have also found that the original sample may have been contaminated.
There are literally dozens (if not more) substances, medical conditions and equipment problems that may interfere with the officer’s DUI breathalyzers, generating false/high readings.
Police officers are supposed to follow a standardized set of procedures in DUI roadside investigations. Yet, we have found that very few actually follow precise protocol.
We handle cases ranging from simple misdemeanor drunk driving to DUI Causing Injury, Felony DUI, vehicular manslaughter and gross vehicular manslaughter. The attorneys at Werksman Jackson & Quinn LLP can help you with any of your DUI cases.
Recent Case Results
- Complete Dismissal of Molestation Charges
Attorney Mark Werksman’s 29 year old client was falsely accused of molesting two neighborhood children and was subsequently charged with felony child molestation, with a significant prison sentence hanging over his head should he be convicted. Instead, at the preliminary hearing Werksman was able to convince the court to grant his client a complete dismissal of any charges.
- Decision Set Aside
Client, a college student in a faulty Title IX case, was awarded $130,000 in attorney fees.
- Probation with No Jail Time for Drug Money Laundering Charge
Wilmington man accused in New York federal court of laundering drug money through the sale of laptop computers. Mark was able to get the case transferred to federal court in Los Angeles, where he convinced the United States Attorney to reduce the charges. His client was sentenced to probation with no jail time on a misdemeanor conviction.