Los Angeles Holiday DUI Arrests Up, Criminal Attorneys Busy Social Media Marketing | December 25, 2011 | By Aaron Schoenberger


Los Angeles, California (December 26, 2011) – The city of Los Angeles has experienced an increase in DUI arrests during the holiday season with a whopping 1,028 arrests in only 7 days, which shows that law enforcement is cracking down on individuals driving under the influence.

The 1,028 arrests for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) took place between December 16, 2011 and December 22, 2011. By comparison, this same period in 2010 yielded 924 arrests. Random DUI checkpoints and DUI task forces are partially responsible for the increase in arrests.

This spike has created a major need for Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys that specialize in DUI cases. Attorney Garret Weinrieb of the Law Offices of Naderi & Weinrieb, known for his expertise in DUI cases, stated: “Due to the various circumstances surrounding each DUI case, it is important to consult with a seasoned DUI attorney that can review the evidence at hand and vigorously defend the charges.”

Law enforcement’s DUI crackdown will continue through New Years Eve – a night notorious for substantial DUI arrests. According to Mr. Weinrieb, “The start of each year is a very busy time for our firm with a large number DUI cases ranging from first-time offenders to the most serious felony DUI cases.”

For more information on the Law Offices of Naderi & Weinrieb, or to schedule a consultation, please contact the firm at (818) 888-2711.

About the Law Offices of Naderi & Weinrieb:
Naderi & Weinrieb is a law firm comprised of highly respected criminal attorneys Bob Schwartz, Arvand Naderi and Garret Weinrieb. The firm represents clients in a variety of criminal cases, including: DUI, domestic violence, drug possession, Internet sex crimes, murder/attempted murder, probation violations and weapons charges.

Law Offices of Naderi & Weinrieb
16000 Ventura Blvd., Suite 1208
Encino, CA 91436
(818) 888-2711



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