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Are you or a loved one facing criminal charges? If so, you are probably feeling frightened and confused, uncertain of what the future holds for you and your family. If you are unsure of where to go or whom to turn to for help, contact the Law Office of Gregory W. Fox first.

Fresno Criminal Defense Lawyer

Mr. Fox is one of the top criminal defense attorneys in Fresno and Central California. He knows your rights, and will exhaust all legal avenues fighting for them. Mr. Fox provides legal representation for defendants facing a wide variety of criminal charges including drug offenses, domestic violence, gun charges, gang offenses, traffic offenses and more.

Fresno DUI Attorney

If you have been cited for a DUI or DWI, we can help. Gregory W. Fox is one of Fresno's most experienced and knowledgeable DUI attorneys. He is well versed in California's DUI laws and is also a member of the California DUI Lawyers Association. With a skilled DUI lawyer like Mr. Fox by your side, you will have the expert representation you need to limit the fines, penalties, and possible jail time associated with a DUI or DWI arrest.

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The DMV Process After a DUI

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If you have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) the California DMV will attempt to have your license suspended. This is due to what is known as an administrative per se violation. You must contact the DMV within ten (10) days to request a hearing. If you do not request a…Continue Reading

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DUI Penalties in California

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California DUI penalties are among the strictest in the country. In California it is against the law to operate­­­ a motor vehicle if you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. Driving above this percentage is considered legally impaired. In addition, under age motorists (under 21 years of age) are prohibited from…Continue Reading

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What is an Expungement?

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If you have been convicted of a certain misdemeanor or felony offenses, you are eligible, upon the successful completion of probation to petition the court to withdraw the plea of guilty or “no contest” and enter a plea of not guilty. The court is required to set aside the verdict of guilty and dismiss the…Continue Reading