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How do prosecutors build DUI cases, and why is experienced defense advocacy necessary? P.3

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the two bases on which the government can build a drunken driving case, and some of the issues that need to be considered when building a strong defense against DUI charges. As we’ve noted, meeting or exceeding the legal blood alcohol limit and intoxication sufficient to render one incapable of safely operating a motor vehicle are two potential bases for DUI charges, and each involve their own unique considerations.

How do prosecutors build DUI cases, and why is experienced defense advocacy necessary? P.2

In our last post, we mentioned several important factors that need to be considered when scrutinizing the reliability of alcohol tests in drunken driving cases. As we mentioned, the scientific acceptability of breath testing software; proper calibration, use and maintenance of breath testing devices; proper performance of blood testing and chain of custody issues should all be scrutinized with breath and blood test results.

How do prosecutors build DUI cases, and why is experienced defense advocacy necessary?

Most people understand that it is important to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney when facing drunken driving charges, if for no other reason than they do not understand the legal process and how to build a strong defense case. While in every drunken driving case, the goal is to resolve the matter to the best benefit of the defendant, each case is different, and different strategies are used depending on the facts of the case.

Work with experienced attorney to fight DUI charges, minimize penalties, P.1

Drunken driving is a serious problem affecting highway safety, and state are always looking for better ways to address the problem, whether through better public education, enhanced enforcement efforts, or passing stricter laws. Pennsylvania lawmakers, as Pittsburgh readers may be aware, have been working to get tougher laws in place to fight DUI, though with limited success.

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