Not necessarily a felony, but bad enough.
Second California DUI Offense
2nd Drunk Driving Conviction (Within 10 Years of Previous)
Jail � 90 Days to 1 Year
Fine - From $390 to $1000
License Suspension � 2 Years
May Apply for Restricted Driver License (IID Required)
Must Complete a Driving Under the Influence Program
California SR22 Certificate Required for Restricted License
Estate planning or natural resources? Those are two really really different areas.
If you really want to do estate planning, consider something in business like finance or accounting. It will be somewhat helpful. For natural resources- any of the sciences.
Law schools like people who are different from the thousands of other applicants. Most everyone applying to law school was a social science major- political science, criminal justice, english, etc.. Try to distinguish yourself as much as you can. Pick a major that interests you but is not quite the same as everyone else. Most of what you learn in undergrad won't help too much in law school unless you want to do something with patents and IP. The best advice I could offer you is to find something that you really like and stick with it. Don't necessarily worry too much about what area of law you want to practice before you even pick an undergraduate major. By the time you sit through your 1L year, you'll probably change your mind about what you want to practice anyway.