One of the biggest problems that exist in many drunk driving cases is the lack of evidence against the accused individual. This, of course, works in your favor. Without hard evidence proving that you were driving at or above the legal limit, there is no case against you. For instance, a police officer may pull you over late at night because you were swerving a lot. Your eyes may look glazed over and it may evident that you are coming back from a party. However, without any tests, he arrests you on DUI charges when there is no proof that you may have just been tired, not intoxicated.
While you may have a good grip on where the prosecution’s lack of evidence may lie, only a professional lawyer can thoroughly examine every detail of the case and find the best loopholes. Some examples of lack of evidence in your case may be the things that you did not even think of or have overlooked completely.
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Our lawyers have experience in representing clients who have been charged with drunk driving and have fought to get the penalties lessened or have the charges dropped completely due to a lack of proper evidence.