Drunk driving charges require a firm fight

The warmer summer months mean that it is time to get out and enjoy the weather. Some people might opt to do this with gatherings and cook outs that include alcoholic beverages. If you are planning on attending one of the events and partaking in the alcoholic beverage offerings, you should make sure that you have made plans for getting home after the event.

One important thing to we want you to consider is that the heat and sunlight during the warmer months of the year can increase the effects of alcohol on your body. This means that your tolerance for alcohol will be decreased. That can affect your ability to function after consuming alcohol. It also means that your blood-alcohol concentration percentage is higher with fewer drinks that if you were drinking during the cold and dreary winter months.

If you happened to have a couple of drinks and decide to drive home, you might end up being stopped for the suspicion of drunk driving if your actions lead a police officer to believe that you have been drinking. That leads to a series of events that can alter your life dramatically. The first of these is usually an arrest on drunk driving charges.

We know that you might have some questions about how to handle a drunk driving defense case. We can help you to understand the case against you and explore the defense strategy options that might apply to your case. From there, we can build your case and help you fight against the effects of a drunk driving charge.

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