All DUI cases involve decisions and investigations

In our previous blog post, we discussed how important it is for people who are facing a felony drunk driving charge to have an attorney represent them. That is actually the case with almost every drunk driving case because these cases are often very complex.

When you are facing a drunk driving charge, you might know that you were actually impaired when you were pulled over. At that point, your focus shifts from trying to be found not guilty toward having to attempt to minimize the penalties that you will face. This not only applies to the criminal penalties but also to the life penalties that you will face.

One thing is certain in all drunk driving cases, you have to be ready and willing to review the defense options you have. You need to consider the plea you make, as well as the strategy you will employ once the plea is entered.

If you choose to plead not guilty, you will need to build up the case that you are going to present. This could call the level of impairment, the manner in which tests were handled and a number of other factors into question. The only way that these points can be determined is by reviewing the case in its entirety.

We know that you might be scoffing at all the work that needs to be done here. We can help you get the work done and help you understand your options. Since you are the one who is facing the charges, it is very important that you have an active role in your defense so you must be ready to make decisions as the need arises.

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