DUI arrest for Carpinteria man
Drunk driving arrest for Carpinteria man
Hector Zamora, 43, of Carpinteria was arrested by the Ventura Police Department on suspicion of DUI. A Ventura officer noticed Zamora driving erratically and conducted a traffic stop. As the officer approached the car, Zamora sped away. Police followed Zamora for about 3 miles before stopping him a second time and arresting him. At the time of his arrest, officers determined that Zamora had been driving under the influence of alcohol.

An experienced DUI lawyer


Ventura DUI lawyer Robert Helfend has more than 30 years of experience in DUI defense, and can bring together the legal and medical resources you need to defend yourself against these serious charges. Drunk driving arrests can be extremely expensive. In addition to risking jail time, a conviction comes with other consequences, including fines, driving restrictions or the loss of your driver license, loss of income, increased insurance rates, the installation of expensive electronic monitoring devices and driver retraining. The consequences and costs increase with repeated convictions.

As a DUI lawyer in Southern California, Robert Helfend has defended hundreds of clients who were arrested for drunk driving. Just because you have been stopped or arrested for drunk driving does not mean that you will be automatically convicted, however, there are some automatic consequences associated with the accusation that are applied by the Department of Motor Vehicles. The DMV’s actions are separate from your court case, and will be addressed immediately. To minimize the impact of a drunk driving arrest, you need an experienced DUI lawyer to defend you both in court and at the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Don’t gamble with your future when you’re dealing with a drunk driving arrest. The consequences of conviction are simply too high! Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (805) 273-5611, (310) 456-3317 or (818) 591-2809 for an immediate consultation on your Ventura County DUI case.

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