DIY California DUI Defense

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Our one hour video is broken into 28 short modules that explain in plain English what you must know to defend yourself against a DUI charge. You can view it anytime on your computer, tablet or even mobile phone.

This course is designed for individuals charged with Driving Under the Influence, first offense, in California. The class covers:

  • The California DUI Process, from Start to Finish
  • How to Leverage your right to Discovery in California Courtrooms
  • How to talk to the Prosecutor and make it clear that you are not prepared to roll over
  • How to Secure a lesser charge, like a wet or dry reckless, or even dismissal
  • Users also receive California DUI documents including Standard Discovery Requests, and relevant California DUI regulations.

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100% Money Back GuaranteeThis guide is for individuals who have been charged with violation of Vehicle Code 23152, subsections (a) and/or (b), which prohibit driving under the influence of any alcoholic beverage or to drive with a Blood Alcohol Content of .08 percent or higher. iLaw is so confident in our product that if you are not completely satisfied, we will issue you a full refund to your credit or debit card, no questions asked.

Simply Put: You have NOTHING to lose and everything to gain by beating your DUI yourself.

You Must Be Prepared

You Must Be Prepared

Being convicted of a first time DUI offense in California can carry these possible penalties, so you need to know exactly what you are doing when you defend yourself.

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The DMV Hearing

The DMV Hearing

At the DMV hearing, the evidence will be presented to justify suspending your license. The hearing officer will decide if the evidence is sufficient.

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When To Hold & Fold

When To Hold and Fold

Don’t miss your arraignment. This is a formal court hearing, during which you will have the opportunity to inspect the evidence against you, which is usually a police report.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A: iLaw is an online legal education provider for individuals who cannot or will not hire a lawyer. We create state-specific and topic-specific classes and materials for every-day legal issues, from how to fight a speeding ticket in New York, to How to evict your Tenant in Texas.
A: Users sign in and watch video lessons for their state-specific issue on their computer, tablet, or mobile device. They then review the Materials, which include legal documents, forms, and guide(s). If they feel comfortable enough after this process they can use their newly acquired knowledge to tackle their legal issue on their own. If not, they’ll be in a much better position when selecting a lawyer.
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A: We’ve found users average anywhere from 2 to 4 hours to watch the videos and review the materials.
A: It depends on which class the user enrolls in. Prices currently range from $49 per class to $159 per class.
A: iLaw has carefully crafted its curriculum and classes to be easy to understand, pragmatic, and goal-oriented. If however, the user is unsatisfied for whatever reason, simply email us at info@ilawlearning.com with the subject matter “Refund” within 30 Days of purchasing the class. We’ll refund your purchase price no questions asked.
A: No. iLaw is not a law firm and cannot address any issues related to your legal situation.
A: No. Though many legal start-ups are simply referral services cloaked in bells and whistles, iLaw will under no circumstances refer you to a lawyer. We have created the materials to help you tackle your issue on your own. If you determine after watching and reviewing our materials that you still need a lawyer please contact your County bar association.
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