If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI), you are likely incredibly frustrated and worried about what the future holds. You may be wondering how this will affect your life and your ability to drive. You may be questioning whether police acted properly, or if the Breathalyzer test was accurate.
At Zarabi Law, our DUI defense attorney understands your concerns. We have helped numerous clients fight and overcome DUI charges. If you are facing a DUI charge, you shouldn’t settle for simply pleading guilty and accepting the consequences. You have legal rights. You can fight a DUI charge.
How to Fight a DUI Charge in California
When you are pulled over by a police officer, you may not realize just how important that interaction is to fighting a DUI charge. Consider the following:
- Police officers have a duty to follow certain guidelines when conducting a traffic stop or administering field sobriety tests. Unfortunately, many officers do not follow these rules.
- Police officers may not have had reasonable grounds to pull you over or administer field sobriety tests.
- There are more than 100 different medical conditions, substances, and malfunctions that can cause a Breathalyzer to give an inaccurately high reading.
- Blood testing for DUI is not impervious to error. Often, independent laboratories find different results than the original test.
These are just a few of the ways that Zarabi Law can help you fight a DUI charge.
Contact Zarabi Law For Help
At Zarabi Law, we understand the potential for errors in the traffic stop, arrest, testing, and investigation processes. Our goal is to thoroughly review the facts of your situation and make sure that your legal rights have been upheld throughout the process.
Furthermore, we will make sure that your legal rights are protected as your case proceeds through the criminal justice system. We know how to negotiate with prosecutors and fight for the best outcome possible for you.
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Los Angeles, CA 90017
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