BrAC = 0.23, “Not Guilty of a DWI”*

Prospective clients sometimes ask me this question:

“I saw on your website that you beat a DWI with a reading of 0.23. Is it really true?”

The answer is “Yes, that’s true. My client was not found guilty of a DWI.”

Although there is no guarantee of a successful outcome in any particular case and results may vary depending on particular facts and legal circumstances, I defeated the State’s evidence against that client who was alleged to have produced a Breath Alcohol Concentration (BrAC) of 0.23. The client was not found guilty of the DUI charge.

As you can easily imagine, it was difficult to defend this case.   Defending DUI cases requires not only legal and scientific knowledge, but also passion and patience. Not every attorney who takes DUI cases has these qualifications. Unfortunately, you see many attorneys pleading their clients guilty in a courtroom without fighting at all.

Client is a contractor and it was necessary to keep the driving privilege to keep his business.

Client first consulted other law firms, but after consulting multiple attorneys, he decided to hire me.

The right attorney can make a difference. Selecting the best attorney for your DUI defense is most important.

*There is no guarantee of a successful outcome in any particular case. Each case is different. Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.

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