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If you are facing a DWI charge, you are likely concerned about many issues, including the potential for having to settle with pleading guilty. Although plea negotiations may be appropriate at times, it is helpful to have the assistance of a lawyer who has experience in defending against these matters to ensure that every angle is considered carefully in the process of developing a strategy.

There are numerous ways in which officials may err during a suspected drunk driving stop. An officer might deviate from the appropriate procedure in conducting a field sobriety test. A questionable method or inappropriate timing might occur with regard to testing blood alcohol content. Officer misconduct could occur through the failure to issue Miranda rights or through the fabrication of facts. Subjective details could undermine the prosecution's case. Contradictions between an officer's testimony and reports or dashboard video used in the case could also play a role in a defense against DWI charges.

By addressing the evidence and making appropriate challenges to the recorded details, it may be possible to minimize the potential for a conviction. This can make a huge difference on your criminal and driving record due to the potential for loss of driving privileges, jail time and the financial impact of penalties assessed in the event of a conviction. In evaluating the details and facts for potential errors or failures on the part of officials, it may be possible to undermine the prosecution's case.

Because every case is distinct, it is impossible to presume a specific outcome without first reviewing the facts and evidence related to the situation. However, you may find that working with a lawyer who has experience in challenging these charges can be important. You are invited to learn more by reading our impaired driving page.

Source: Travis Noble Attorney at Law, "St. Louis DWI Defense Attorney", December 31, 2014

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