Drunk driving laws carry tough and steep penalties including the loss of your driving privileges. Aggravating circumstances such as accidents and injuries can also severely affect your case and penalties. However, like any other criminal charge, a person charged with driving under the influence (DUI) is innocent until proven guilty. If charged with a DUI, you need a skilled DUI defense attorney to get your charges reduced or dismissed.
When looking for the best DUI defense lawyer for your case, find one that thoroughly understands the evidence of your case. They must know how to assess all sobriety tests available, whether standardized (horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk/turn test, one-leg stand test) or non-standardized (counting numbers or saying the alphabet backward).
At McCord Law, we have decades of experience understanding and assessing the evidence, process, and potential outcomes of your case. Contact us for a discussion on your case.