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Consider the facts of the DUI case when exploring defense options

With Halloween just a few days away, the parties for the holiday are already in full swing. If you are going to a Halloween party and plan on having a few drinks, make sure you have a designated driver so that you don't run the risk of getting arrested for drunk driving. If something happens and you have to get behind the wheel after having a drink or two, you could end up in the backseat of a police cruiser. Then you would need to start building your defense right away.

We know that you don't want one incident after a party to ruin your life. We can help you to explore the options that you have for defending yourself. There are several that you can explore, but it is imperative to determine a defense strategy that takes the unique factors of your case into account.

One thing that you should do is to make note of anything that seems odd from the initial traffic stop and preliminary detainment to the field sobriety test and chemical test. In some cases, questioning the validity of the reasonable suspicion that led to the stop, the procedures used in the preliminary detainment, the methods used in the field sobriety test or the training and calibration associated with the chemical test might be a component of your defense.

We know that having to deal with a drunk driving charge can take a lot of energy. We are here to help you explore the defense options you have. We can help you to learn your options at every step of your case so that you remain an active participant.

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