DUI charges are different than other criminal charges because they involve a measurable metric at the time of arrest (the driver's blood alcohol level). Most people believe that when they fail their BAC test, they've already been "caught," they're guilty, and that they must accept penalties. However, the truth is that there are many sensitive factors that go into a DUI arrest and not every DUI charge is legally sound.
If you have been charged with a DUI, then it's important to explore your defense options before proceeding. At my firm, The Law Office of Mark G. Scheuerman, LLC, we take a comprehensive look at every DUI case that comes through our doors and assess it for possible errors. My clients can trust that if a dismissal or acquittal is possible, it will be aggressively and effectively pursued.
Want to learn more about your DUI defense options? Start exploring them with a free case evaluation with a skilled Baltimore DUI attorney today.
There is a very specific procedure that law enforcement must follow when approaching and arresting a DUI suspect. To properly assess DUI defense options, every step of this procedure—and other factors that officers are not always trained to recognize—must be examined.