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DUI Attorney Christopher G. Koch to Join the 888-DUI-HOTLine Network of Attorneys

February 22, 2013

California’s leading network of DUI Attorneys, 888-DUI-HOTLine, is happy to announce that DUI Attorney Christopher G. Koch will be joining its growing group of professional DUI Attorneys. Christopher G. Koch has be practicing DUI Law for over 12 years.

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) February 22, 2013

California’s premier network of DUI Attorneys, 888-DUI-HOTLine is pleased to welcome Christopher G. Koch among its group of specialized DUI Attorneys. Mr. Koch graduated Law School from the University of San Diego Law School and was admitted to the California State Bar in 2001.

Christopher Koch is highly experienced in criminal defense, and well respected and locally connected in San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange Counties. As a local attorney in these jurisdictions he has the ability to get the best possible outcome on nearly all cases. Furthermore, he has personally handled over 1000 DUI cases.

“My approach is to defend each person to the best of my ability,” remarked Mr. Koch. “Everyone deserves the best defense possible. Working with 888-DUI-HOTLine, as part of a large group with greater reach, I have the ability to offer my clients flexible payment options. This means everyone can afford the best possible defense.”

888-DUI-HOTLine is a network and directory of independently owned law firms and DUI Attorneys. All attorneys are pre-screened and are in good standing with the California State Bar. People who have been arrested for a DUI in California should contact a qualified and experience DUI Attorney. A DUI is a serious offense. Persons arrested for DUI can lose their license or even their job. Use 888-DUI-HOTLine to find an excellent DUI Attorney. For more information visit http://www.888duiHotline.com or call 888-DUI-HOTLine (888-384-4685).

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