The first thing we do when we look at a case is to determine if there are any “legal” defenses. This inquiry asks the question “did the police violate the law?”
The next thing we do when we look at a case is determine if there are any “factual” defenses. Factual defenses are basically trial defenses, and this inquiry asks the question “can the state prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you violated the law?”
Factual defenses include any defenses that can be raised to the breath or blood test results, the field sobriety tests, or any other aspect of your case. These issues are discussed at length within these pages. You need only search the site to find articles relevant to drunk driving defenses, breath test defenses and blood test defenses.
Here is a video where I discuss these issues: