In a DUI case, the prosecution must prove two main things:  1) the person being charged (the “defendant”) drove a vehicle and 2) at the same time, the defendant was “under the influence” — meaning that the person’s ability to drive safely was affected to an appreciable degree by drinking alcohol, taking a drug, or a combination of alcohol and drugs.  A successful defense can be anything that proves one of these two elements wrong, and thus prevents the prosecution from proving its case.  Our investigative specialists work with your attorney toward that precise goal.

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