In our previous blog post, we discussed some of the considerations you need to think about if you are trying to decide whether to plead guilty or not guilty in your DUI case. You must be sure to consider the effects of a guilty plea if that is your plan. We can help you learn about what those effects might be, and we can help you to learn about all of the options for your case.
If you are planning on pleading not guilty, you must start gathering evidence and getting things together for your defense. You don’t need to rely on a defense that is thrown together quickly before your case goes to trial.
There are several different things that you might need to bring up as part of your drunk driving defense. You should think about everything that happened from the time that you were pulled over. In some cases, such as when you plan on questioning the legality of the traffic stop, you have to think about what you were doing before you were pulled over.
We know that you probably have a lot going on and that you are ready to put your case to rest. You might be tempted to just forget about it and hope for the best. That is the last thing that you should do if you plan on pleading not guilty. Instead, you need to put the effort forth to work on your defense so that it addresses the important points that the prosecution plans on using against you when you go to trial.