Benefits of Hiring a DUI Lawyer

1When you have been arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence, the sooner that you call and speak with a DUI Lawyer the better. Regardless how you plan to plead to the judge, it is important that you have proper representation fighting for your rights and working tirelessly on your behalf to lessen if not dismissing the charges altogether.

Understanding the Equipment

When you are pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, the arresting officer will in most cases administer several on field sobriety tests to determine your blood alcohol level as well as confirm their initial suspicions. These tests can vary with each officer. Some may do field tests, having you speak the alphabet, stand on one foot, or walk a line, where others simply get right to the breathalyzer. These devices not only need to be calibrated properly, the operator must have an understanding of the way the device works. Your DUI lawyer will research the officers history to make certain they have an understanding of the device and have not had issues in the past.

Working on Your Behalf

If you try to go at defending yourself alone, you stand little if any chance of convincing a judge of your innocence. Your San Diego DUI attorney has the experience in that courtroom and with all the judges and police officers. Your lawyer knows how to proceed and find opening in the case that are grounds for dismissal. Checking the history of the manufacturer can often uncover a history of defective devices, and this alone can cast doubt on the numbers and your guilt.

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