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If there is not enough adequate proof of intoxication or if there are any flaws in the proof that the prosecution may have against you, it may be possible that your charges are drastically lessened or dismissed completely. Our criminal defense lawyers understand how to investigate all the alleged proof that is being used against you and can determine if this is admissible evidence in the court. We work to find ways to make any proof of your intoxication become inadmissible.
Did you know?
Many times, a police officer’s proof that you are intoxicated when he or she makes his arrest is not concrete enough for a charge to stick.
For example, your driving may have just been bad because you were tired, not intoxicated. You may have failed a field sobriety test for the same reason. Additionally, a blood test or a breathalyzer test, often the most concrete forms of proof of intoxication, may give false readings if the driver is taking certain medications.