Laws regarding alcohol related crimes exist for a reason; to protect the public from alcohol related automobile accidents that can result in serious injury or death. A Driving Under The Influence (DUI) and Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charge are both serious. A conviction of any of these crimes will result in a suspension of your driver’s license. Some who have repeat convictions of the same crimes often lose their driving privileges for life. A DUI/DWI charge can be prevented. It is recommended that in order to prevent a DUI/DWI charge, you must not operate a motor vehicle. If you are away from your residence, you must be able to travel through alternate forms of transportation.Defense For Alcohol-Related Crimes
Law enforcement officials perform traffic stops if suspicion of intoxicated driving is present. At times, they will also set up checkpoints to ensure that all motor vehicle operators are driving sober in order to prevent drunk driving related accidents. Each driver must submit to a series of tests, including a breathalyzer test. A motor vehicle operator will likely face arrest if the test shows a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or above.
The accuracy of these tests frequently comes into question during court proceedings. If you have recently been arrested and charged for alcohol-related crimes, including DUI or DWI, the Manuelian Law Office will help you with your case. RJ has extensive experience in serving clients who have faced these crimes. Get a free consultation of your case today by contacting RJ at (213) 401-2777.