Question: What happens if you get DUIs in multiple states? I have 1 DUI in Van Nuys, CA, a 2nd DUI in San Fernando, CA, and a new DUI in Arizona.

Answer: If your two prior DUI’s in California are within the statute period to count as a prior per Arizona law, then Arizona will likely charge this new offense as a 3rd DUI. Plus, your f may have issues in California for a probation violation. You should consult with a qualified DUI attorney that is licensed to practice in Arizona as a 3rd Offense DUI is very serious.
Phil Hache,
Criminal Defense & DUI Attorney
Handling DUI and Criminal matters throughout Courts in Southern California including Van Nuys, CA, San Fernando, CA, Burbank, CA Glendale, CA Pasadena, CA Metropolitan Court, Bellflower, CA, Alhambra, CA, Malibu, CA, Compton, CA, Santa Clarita, CA, Airport Court, Chatsworth, CA Inglewood, CA, Los Angeles, CA and other Courts