In our previous blog post, we discussed some of the reasons why a police officer might initiate a traffic stop when he or she thinks that a driver is drunk. The reasonable suspicion concept is one that can come into the picture when you opt to pursue a defense strategy for claims made against you in court. We know that you might have some concerns about how this might affect your case. We can help you evaluate the options you have so you can make a determination.

While the reason for the traffic stop is one consideration for a defense strategy, it isn’t the only option you have. Other options for our defense include calling the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) into question. The circumstances surrounding your arrest might also come into the picture.

Ultimately, you should look into every possible defense option that you have. This can help you to make decisions about what you will do to prove that you aren’t guilty of the charges against you.

In some drunk driving cases, there isn’t a question of guilt. You might know that you were driving drunk. In those cases, you might turn your defense strategy into keeping the penalties you face to a minimum. This might mean that you explore options like a possible plea deal or alternative sentencing program.

We can help you with your defense whether your goal is to be found not guilty or if it is to keep penalties to a minimum. We can’t guarantee an outcome, but we will work with you to find a defense strategy that you are comfortable using for your case.