Los Angeles DUI Legal Guide

City Governments in LA County

Los Angeles Related Web Sites

Los Angeles Government Information

  • Los Angeles County
    The official Web site of the County of Los Angeles, designed to provide a simple and convenient way to access information and services provided by the various departments, commissions and agencies that are part of the government of Los Angeles County.
  • City of Los Angeles
    The Official Web Site of The City of Los Angeles provides a comprehensive guide to city government services, city life, commerce and tourism.
  • Los Angeles City Mayor
    Information about projects and initiatives that are being worked on to make the City of Los Angeles the best it can be. In addition, you will be able to access information about the City and learn how to become a volunteer.
  • Los Angeles City Attorney
    Prosecutes all misdemeanor drunk driving cases occurring in the City of Los Angeles.
  • Superior Court of California - County of Los Angeles
    The Los Angeles County Superior Court serves the 9.5 million people of Los Angeles County with courtrooms spread throughout the 4,000 square miles of the county - from Pomona to Santa Monica and from Lancaster to Long Beach.
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
    Founded in 1850 and now the largest sheriff's department in the world with 8,028 sworn personnel and 4,377 civilian employees as of December 1, 1996.
  • The Los Angeles Police Department
    The Official Web Site of the Los Angeles Police Department, providing general information, FAQs and annotated collections of links.
  • California Highway Patrol
    Official Web Site for the CHP, offering information on traffic, office locations and news about this law enforcement agency.

Drunk Driving Related Information

Traffic and Transportation

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Los Angeles DUI Laws and Lawyers

Los Angeles DUI Laws and Lawyers provides a resource for those accused of drunk driving. It is also intended as an answer to those organizations working for ever more severe laws, greater use of unfair evidence and procedures, increasing destruction of our constitutional rights, and a new age of prohibition. See the National Motorists Association's website, which offers alternative commentary on issues such as DUI roadblocks, inappropriate criminal penalties and license revocations/suspensions imposed by the officer in the field.