Fall is here and that means that Halloween parties are just around the corner. Football season is also here, which means that you might be heading to parties for upcoming games. In all of these cases, you need to make sure that you aren’t drinking if you have to drive home. A drunk driving arrest is something that is certainly going to ruin the good time that you are having.
We understand that things sometimes happen that are beyond your control. If you are facing a drunk driving charge after a night with your friends, your primary focus right now needs to be determining how you are going to address the charges that you are facing.
As we consider the defense options that you have, we look into what happened when you were arrested and in the time leading up to that arrest. We consider the reason you were pulled over in the first place and work to figure out if the traffic stop was based on reasonable suspicion.
Another factor that we can look into is how alcohol metabolization might have impacted your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at the time of the arrest. We can even consider the method that the sample was collected, processed and tested.
When you are in this position, you need to keep the penalties that you face at the heart of your defense. This can help keep you focused on finding ways to combat the charges. You mustn’t let the desire to put the charge out of your mind override the fact that you need to take time to plan your defense. We are here to work with you battle against the drunk driving charge.