Challenging DUI Charges in Florida
A common misconception associated with DUI (driving under the influence) charges is that all is lost if you took and allegedly failed a
breath or blood test. If you submitted to a breath test or blood test that showed a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or greater, you may feel as though there is no hope in challenging your charges. This is simply not the case. The same applies if you are facing drunk driving charges based upon allegedly poor performance on
field sobriety tests, something that law enforcement considers indicates that your normal abilities were impaired by alcohol and/or drugs. In spite of a failed breath test or field sobriety tests, there are ways that an experienced Miami DUI lawyer can effectively challenge your charges.
It takes a careful and thorough review of every single aspect of your case. This will include the manner in which you were initially pulled over by law enforcement, how field sobriety tests were conducted, the administration of a breath test or blood test and your actual arrest. It will include all procedural and evidentiary issues related to your charges. Law enforcement must abide by specific guidelines and must not violate your Constitutional rights during this process. A single error or misstep may mean that certain evidence is inadmissible or that your entire case is invalid.
How a Miami DUI Lawyer Can Help You
The particular approach and success with which your Miami DUI charges are handled will vary depending on the specific circumstances of your case. To find out more about what can be done to challenge your drunk driving case, contact an attorney to discuss the matter. With the proper resources and experience, a skilled lawyer will be able to determine how to seek the best possible outcome on your behalf. Contact a DUI attorney at the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today or take a few minutes to fill out a
free case evaluation form to learn more about your options.