Friday, June 14, 2013

Drunk Driving (DUI) Detection

DUI detection generally occurs in three phases.

  1. The first phase is when the officer observes the vehicle in motion;
  2. The second phase is when the officer makes contact with the driver;
  3. The third phase occurs when the officer screens (Field Sobriety Tests) a driver prior to making an arrest decision
In order to successfully defend against allegations of driving under the influence (Vehicle Code 23152(a) and Vehicle Code 23152(b)), a DUI defense lawyer must attack each of the three phases. Often times, law enforcement will fail to properly conduct a DUI investigation. Such a failure may lead to a dismissal of your DUI charges. Make sure to speak with an experienced DUI attorney familiar with the court your case is pending out of

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