Think everyone charged with a DUI must have obviously been drunk? You might be surprised to learn that, in many cases, drivers are arrested and charged for driving drunk when they aren’t actually under the influence or above the legal limit. But how can this possibly happen—and happen so often?
There are many factors that can influence the accuracy of sobriety testing or a police officer’s determination of intoxication, including:
While it’s not easy to convince the court that you weren’t under the influence in the face of inaccurate evidence and police observations, it is still possible to build a strong defense in your favor and work to have those unfair charges dismissed—if you work with a skilled attorney. For more information about protecting your rights and finding solutions, contact our Sioux Falls criminal defense team today.
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