By Jason Weiner | August 1, 2013
Therefore, even if you have a misdemeanor charge, it is important that you fight against it. It would result in increases in your insurance and other bad effects to you. There are many avenues to go and get this done. There are many avenues to defend a DUI. The police do not always do things right, as we all know. They have to follow the appropriate procedure. They have to do the testing correctly. Many police officers do this very quickly, and they gun deck the results. They assume you’re drunk. So they just do the test quickly in order to get you down to do an evidentiary test. Therefore, the test itself may be suppressible. Now, even with the testing, there’s two different times of tests. There’s a breath test, which even by the machine’s own operating manual is only within ten percent accuracy of your actual blood alcohol content, and the breath is not captured, meaning if the machine did not do it correctly, there’s no way for them to go back and retest your breath. The other option available to law enforcement is blood. And even with a blood test, where the test can be done multiple times, there are many ways to defend against the DUI charge itself, in terms of contamination, using out of date equipment, and even whether they have the right to draw your blood in the first place. Therefore, it is very important that you not just give in and plead guilty to the DUI. If you hire the appropriate attorney, it is very likely that you can successfully defend against these charges, get the DUI off your record, and that way, you don’t have to worry about the effects that it would have both on your license, your insurance, and your future. Therefore, please call us at Weiner Law Group and allow us to help you with this problem. Our phone number is 702-202-0500. Please call See this on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBXCaKCFCNg
If you’re charged with a DUI in the state of Nevada, you have many avenues to defend yourself against it. DUI charges are very serious. They’re what’s called an enhanceable offense, meaning if you get in the state of Nevada, if you have a second one within seven years, that’s still a misdemeanor, but a third one would be a felony and there’d be mandatory prison.
There are many avenues to go and get this done. There are many avenues to defend a DUI.
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