In our most recent blog post, we discussed what it means for a law enforcement officer to have reasonable suspicion to conduct a drunk driving stop. This is only one of the factors that comes into the picture when you are facing drunk driving charges, but it is an important one. If you can prove that you weren’t doing anything that should have resulted in a traffic stop, you might be able to use that as part of your defense.

Other options might also be present for your defense. We need time to look into the case to determine what points we can call into question. These can vary greatly and we can only determine them after investigating the case. We can address each point that we can use as a component of a defense strategy. We can even consider possible plea deals and alternative sentencing options that might be available.

We know that you might be worried about your future. We can understand that. As we work on your case, we will go over your options with you so that you are aware of the choices you have. You must consider each option before you so that you can make an informed decision.

As you think about your options, don’t stop with only thinking about how the options will impact you right now. Think about the effects you will have to deal with next week, next year and in the next decade. You might be shocked at how much your decisions right now can impact you life then.