Jake Harris, star of Deadliest Catch, was not charged with driving under the influence. The district attorney decided against filing DUI or Hit-and-Run charges due to insufficient evidence. Harris was charged with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license following his February 18 arrest for suspicion of drunk driving. In the case, the supposed witness to the hit-and-run was unable to identify the driver. The Harris family has been struck with tragedy this year as his father Captain Phil Harris, died from a stroke on February 9.

Driving under the influence in California is a very serious crime. You are facing lengthy license suspensions, hefty fines and potential jail time. In some cases you may not be charged with driving under the influence once all of the evidence is collected as established in the Jake Harris case, however you may still be facing very serious consequences. Reckless driving and driving with a suspended license are misdemeanors punishable by jail time. No matter what the circumstances of your California drunk driving arrest, and no matter what you are eventually charged with we can help. Call us toll free today for a free initial case evaluation.

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