There are two ways that the state can convict a person for DUI. To convict, the state must show that (1) a driver had an 0.08g or more blood alcohol concentration with three hours (during or after) driving, or (2) a driver is “less safe” to operative a vehicle due to alcohol and/or other intoxicants. While the legal penalties for a conviction are sever, individuals can also be affected by a DUI conviction in other ways.
You may have difficulty renting a vehicle, be forced to pay higher insurance rates, and compromise current or future employment. If you plead guilty, the judge is required to sentence you to mandator jail time! (Jail time is required for results of 0.08 or higher on a blood, breath, or urine test.) The team at 844-Don’t-Settle utilize their own arsenal to defend their clients. We work every legal angle (disputing evidence credibility, motions to suppress evidence, research into an officer’s own incident reports to cast doubt on their credibility, and more) to fight for you!