A DUI arrest has the potential to bring a lot of stress to your life. On top of this, if convicted, it could alter your life in many ways.
Since your future is in jeopardy, it's important to address the right questions at the right time. Taking this approach will ensure that you understand your situation and your legal rights:
-- What was the reason why you were pulled over?
-- Are there any other explanations for why you may have been driving in an erratic manner, such as prescription medication?
-- Did the officer follow proper procedures after you were pulled over?
-- What type of equipment was used to measure your speed and sobriety? Were the tests conducted in the appropriate manner?
-- Were there any flaws in the arrest records or procedure?
With so many questions to answer, you don't have any time to waste. You need to take action to ensure that you are treated appropriately moving forward (even if this didn't happen in the past).
At our law firm, we work with people who have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. By addressing these questions, among others, we're in position to formulate and implement a defense strategy.
A DUI arrest doesn't have to result in a fine, lose of license or even a prison sentence. When you take the right approach to your case, you can use a defense strategy that puts you in position to avoid the worst possible punishment. This will allow you to feel better about the future.