DUI Defense Attorney
you have been pulled over and stopped by a Police officer in Miami Dade, and you are suspected of driving under the influence
(DUI), you may be offered a breathalyzer test. If the breath test shows a blood alcohol level (BAL) or blood alcohol count
(BAC) of .08 or more, you will be arrested for DUI. That means that you will be facing DUI charges in criminal Court, and
a license suspension by the DMV.
If you blew over the limit, or failed
the field sobriety tests, you may think that you should just declare yourself guilty. You may think that there is no use in
paying a DUI attorney to fight the charges. However, a DUI is like any other criminal charge. You have the presumption of
innocence, and you have the right to hire an attorney to help you fight the DUI charges. With an aggressive defense there
is the possibility that the DUI case can be dismissed, or that you can be found not guilty and avoid a DUI conviction.
Sometimes driving under the influence (DUI) charges can be invalidated, and the charges can
be dismissed because the arresting officers did not make a valid stop in the first place. Other times, DUI charges can be
dismissed because the law enforcement officers failed to properly administer the field sobriety tests, or the breath tests.
Occasionally, a DUI case can be dismissed because the Police officer failed to wait the proper amount of time prior to giving
the breath test, or failed to give Miranda warnings about the right to remain silent or right to counsel as required under
Florida, and Federal Constitutional law.
Let our DUI lawyer / DUI attorney
analyze your DUI case with you. He can discuss with you each step of your DUI case, and help you identify possible legal motions
that can be argued in your case to try to get the case dismissed or the charges reduced.
If you have been arrested for DUI you have 10 days to request an Administrative Review
with the DMV to attempt to avoid your license from being surrendered.
As soon as you hire us to fight your DUI we will request a Formal Review with the Florida Department of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles. We will subpoena the officers in your case, and make legal motions on your behalf. If we are successful
you will get your license back pending the outcome of your DUI criminal charges. If we are unable to get your license suspension
set aside, we will provide you with information to help you get a Hardship License. A Hardship License is a restricted license
that gives you limited driving privileges, such as: driving to work, business related driving, delivery and pick-up of children
from school, and driving to medical appointments.
Let us be you DUI lawyer
/ DUI attorney in Miami-Dade, Florida!