CLE Course: The Anatomy of a DUI Case


At some point in just about every attorneys legal career, there comes a time when a client, colleague, relative or friend comes to you and needs help with a sticky situation – a driving while intoxicated charge.

“What do I do, they ask … can you help me?

But you’re a personal injury or estate planning attorney … what do you do then?

If you need help counseling a client or colleague who was recently charged with a DUI or DWI, Attorney Credits has just added an excellent new CLE course on the main aspects of handling a DUI case.  In the course, criminal defense attorney Paul Neuharth primarily addresses the criminal case, evidence, field tests, the readiness conference, the civil/administrative case and the rising blood alcohol defense. To access the CLE course, click this link: The Anatomy of a DUI Case.

Further topics discussed in this DUI CLE course include:

  • Bail
  • Subpoenaing Records & Officers
  • The Charge
  • The Readiness Conference
  • The Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test
  • Walking the Line
  • The Portable Breath Test (PBT)
  • Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)
  • GERD
  • Blood Tests
  • Breathe Tests
  • Alcohol Absorption
  • The Crime Lab Packet
  • Probable Cause
  • Motions to Suppress
  • Defenses
  • The Writ of Mandate

This CLE course is an excellent resource for attorneys that need help understanding the practical aspects of a DUI charge.  Paul H. Neuharth Jr. is a sole practitioner and has extensive experience in both administrative and criminal law.  He is on the American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Trial Lawyers for California and was also listed in the Criminal Law attorney category by The Daily Transcript (2010, 2011).  Mr. Neuharth was a California State Law Enforcement Officer from 1983 to 1990, receiving 7 commendations for his service.

This DUI CLE course is accredited in the following states:

  • Arizona (AZ)
  • California (CA)
  • Connecticut (CT)
  • District of Columbia (DC)
  • Georgia (GA)
  • Illinois (IL)
  • Maryland (MD)
  • Massachusetts (MA)
  • Michigan (MI)
  • New Jersey (NJ)
  • New York (NY)
  • South Dakota (SD)