I REFUSED THE BREATH TEST!
HOW CAN THE PROSECUTOR PROVE I AM GUILTY OF DUI?
Many times I get this call from DUI clients. Because everyone knows the legal limit inFloridais 0.08 on the breath test, most people do not know the rest of the DUI law.
A driver is guilty of DUI if they have a breath test of 0.08 or higher OR was under the influence of alcohol to the extent that their normal faculties were impaired.
“Normal faculties’’ include but are not limited to the ability to see, hear, walk, talk, judge distances, drive an automobile, make judgments, act in emergencies and, in general, to normally perform the many mental and physical acts of our daily lives.
So, even though a driver refuses the breath test, they can still be found guilty of DUI if their ability to walk, talk, drive a car, etc. is impaired or diminished. Otherwise, to get out of a DUI or be found not guilty, all the driver would have to do is refuse the breath test. That is why there are two ways for the prosecutor to prove a driver is driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI).
What is your best defense to a DUI charge? Retain an experienced DUI attorney who is experienced at handling these types of case like Thomas C. Grajek. Your best defense to a DUI charge is a DUI lawyer that knows the science behind alcohol consumption, how the Intoxilyzer (breath test machine) works (or actually does not work and why it is not a reliable test), how to cross-examine a DUI officer, and keeps up to date on the latest issues and developments in DUI law and with the breath test machine.
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