Protecting Your Rights And Your Future

Determine the objective of your drunk driving defense

| May 16, 2017 | Drunk Driving

Drunk driving charges often come as the result of a fun night out with friends. Most people know that the only way to prevent having to end the night on a sour note is to have a designated driver on hand to get everyone home safely. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out that way.

We know that many drunk driving cases are the result of a momentary lapse of judgment. They are simply a mistake. If you are facing drunk driving charges because of this, you should get to work planning your defense as soon as you sober up.

Some people think that they can’t fight back against a drunk driving charge, so they just sit back and let the chips fall where they may. This isn’t a good defense strategy at all. Instead, you should take action to get your defense moving in a direction that might help you.

Of course, there aren’t any guarantees in the criminal justice system. You have to just do your best and work on proving why you are either not guilty or why you don’t deserve to have the proverbial book thrown at you. We can help you plan a defense strategy that meets one of these objectives.

There are many avenues that you can explore when you are planning your defense. You might call the legitimacy of the blood alcohol concentration test into account. You might have a civil rights violation to use as part of your defense. You should explore all the possibilities so that you can move forward with the option you choose.