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Don’t Assume You Will Be Found Guilty After a South Dakota DUI Arrest

Drew Duncan
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Partner at Zimmer, Duncan and Cole, LLP

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11/20/2013
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Don’t automatically assume that you will be found guilty after a DUI arrest in South Dakota. While you may not necessarily be successful on your own, an experienced DUI attorney has the experience and skill needed to sort through the evidence, build your defense, and explain all of the options available to you—which often include options for avoiding a guilty plea. Even if there is evidence against you, keep in mind that there may still be ways to have the charges against you dismissed or the penalties you suffer reduced, even if those options aren’t immediately obvious.

An Experienced Attorney Can Help You Get a Better Deal After a DUI Arrest in South Dakota

More than simply the difference between “guilty” or “not guilty,” there are usually multiple options to consider before you decide how you proceed after a DUI arrest in South Dakota. An attorney may be able to spot errors in lab reports, problems with your arrest, and other circumstances that could result in your charges being dropped or some evidence being dismissed. 

If your case does go to trial, then an attorney can help you build a strong defense and walk you through each and every step of the legal process. In the majority of cases, the legal guidance of an experienced DUI attorney can have a positive effect on your case and help you avoid some—or even all—of the consequences of a DUI arrest.  

To find out more, reach out to an experienced Sioux Falls DUI attorney today at 888-733-2992 for a free and confidential case review.



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