Driving home after drinking is never a good idea. This weekend, it will be an especially bad idea because holiday weekends are associated with increased police patrols and saturations. If you find that you are forced to drive home this weekend and know that you are tipsy, you should be prepared to face the consequences of this situation because there is a good chance that you will be arrested for drunk driving.
Many people think that trying to defend against a drunk driving charge is pointless. This isn’t the case at all. Your defense against the charge could help you to work toward minimizing the penalties you face.
We know that you might have some questions about what you can do to defend yourself against these charges. This is something that can only be answered by exploring the case to determine what points need to be addressed. We can go through things with you to help you understand the choices you have.
As we go through your case, we look into every aspect. We try to find any point that we can raise that might help you. Some of the questions we ask include:
–Did the officer have a reason to pull you over?
–How long did it take to conduct the blood-alcohol concentration level?
–Were all of your rights respected at each step of the process?
When we find anything amiss, we will work hard to include those in your case. In some instances, we might be able to use multiple points in your defense.