Anaheim DUI Information
Anaheim DUI Information
If you were arrested for DUI in Anaheim, your arrest could have been from the Anaheim Police Department, the California Highway Patrol (CHP), (from their Santa Ana Station, which covers Anaheim), or from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, which also patrols Anaheim. This page contains Anaheim DUI Information that you may find helpful regarding your pending matter, including court information and DUI driver’s license information.
Anaheim DUI Information – DUI Statistics
Anaheim is a city in Orange County with a population of 349,901. The California Office of Traffic Safety has data for Anaheim showing that for the last year available, there were 511 arrests, giving Anaheim a 0.24% arrest rate, and making it rank as 5 out of 14 other cities in its size category for DUI arrests.
Anaheim DUI Arrests – 511
Anaheim Arrest Rate: 0.24%
Anaheim DUI Rate Ranking: 5/14
Anaheim DUI Information – Police Agencies
Orange County Sheriff’s Department
320 N. Flower Street, Suite 108,
Santa Ana, CA 92703
Phone: (714) 834-6670
Anaheim DUI Information – DUI Arrest Information
Arrest and other calls for service in Anaheim are listed on the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Crime Blotter. Just select “Anaheim” as the City.
Most people booked and held in Orange County jail are listed in the OCSD Who’s in Jail website.
Anaheim DUI Information – The Prosecution
Misdemeanor DUI cases from Anaheim are handled almost exclusively by the Anaheim City Attorney’s office. DUI cases that are felony DUI matters are handled by the North Justice Center branch of the Orange County District Attorney’s Office (inside the courthouse, on the second floor).
Anaheim City Attorney’s Office
200 S Anaheim Boulevard, Third Floor
Anaheim, CA 92805
Only felony DUI cases in Anaheim are handled by the Orange County DA’s office:
Anaheim DUI Information – the Courthouse
Your Driver’s License and the DMV:
THE DMV REQUIRES THAT YOU ACT WITHIN ONLY TEN DAYS (not business days) from the date of your arrest to protect your driving privileges. If you are going to retain an attorney, allow the attorney’s office to schedule the DMV hearing for you. (Our fee includes this service, and we can schedule a hearing that works with our availability (court and DMV) schedule.)
When you call, advise them that you are retaining an attorney, that you request a stay on your driver’s license suspension, and that you will be sending a written request for discovery. They will ask if you request an “in person” or “telephonic” hearing, and we recommend that you set it for an in person.
At the DMV hearing, a hearing officer will conduct the hearing. His or her function is to prosecute the case and make a final decision based on the evidence presented. Your need to drive or your need for a driver’s license for work are not considered relevant and cannot be considered at the hearing. Likewise, you cannot apply for a “hardship” license based upon medical, employment, or education right to drive, unless you are under age 21.
At the DMV, only the following issues apply:
- Did the officer have reasonable cause to believe you were driving a motor vehicle in violation of Vehicle Code 23140, 23152 or 23153?
- Were you placed under lawful arrest?
- Were you driving a motor vehicle when you had a 0.08% or more by weight of alcohol in your blood or 0.05% or more if under age 21?
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