If you want help with your case, I will start by discussing the case with you. Then I will obtain disclosure. Disclosure includes things like police reports, witness statements, audio recordings, video recordings, alcohol concentration results, calibration records, and any other, relevant materials. Typically, I will next interview relevant witnesses. After gathering all of the evidence and conducting interviews, I will look at the following areas of your case to see if there is an issue that could lead to a dismissal.
Some obvious issues to examine include:
Lack of Reasonable Suspicion: Did the police officer have the right to stop you?
Lack of Probable Cause: Did the police officer have a right to arrest you?
Miranda Violation: Did the police officer violate your Miranda rights?
Right to Counsel: Did the police officer honor your right to contact an attorney?
Testing Method: Was the proper procedure used when obtaining your alcohol sample?
Driving: Are there witnesses to driving or being in actual physical control?
Test Results: How accurate are the breath and blood results in your case?
There certainly are other issues that could lead to a dismissal as well, but these are the most common ones.
For a specific evaluation of your situation, call for a Free Consultation.