The outcome of a DUI case is largely dependent upon how you handle your defense strategy. You might find it interesting that your defense strategy actually begins when you first come into contact with the law enforcement officers who suspect you are driving under the influence of alcohol. At that point, you should do your best to exercise the rights that you have been given through the United States Constitution.
One of the rights that you have is to have an attorney represent you. This is an option that you should exercise as soon as you are arrested. We can help you to make sure that your interests are protected while you are going through the court process. This includes making sure that your right to avoid self-incrimination is upheld.
The fact of the matter is that when you are facing a DUI charge, not just any defense attorney will be able to handle your case in the most effective manner possible. You need an attorney who has experience handling DUI cases.
If your DUI case involves special circumstances, such as prior DUI convictions or an accident that involved property damage or an injury, you will need to ensure that your defense strategy touches on those points. Not only does your defense need to address the current DUI case’s points, including the effects on your driver’s license, it must also address any other criminal charges that stem from the accident or any other special circumstances that are present. We can help you learn about each point that is crucial in your DUI case.