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DUI Defense Lawyer in Ocala

Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Defense

There are standard, routine procedures that law enforcement will follow in the process of identifying, testing and arresting someone for DUI. These procedures may involve spotting reckless or erratic driving. The suspect is pulled over for closer inspection. Various signs indicate that the driver is intoxicated or greatly impaired. The officer administers a field sobriety test, followed by a breathalyzer test at the station. These tests confirm to the officer that the driver has in fact committed the offense of driving under the influence. An official arrest is made. The driver's license is automatically suspended. It may seem like there is no way to establish a reasonable defense. It is critical that you contact legal counsel from an experienced Ocala DUI attorney.

Having a working legal knowledge of the processes and procedures used in obtaining evidence against you is the strongest advantage for having legal representation. Kinsell & Whitaker understands the situation you face. We fully recognize and utilize commonly made mistakes and errors by law enforcement. These mistakes weigh heavily in the courtroom. Anyone accused or charged with a crime is entitled to fair treatment in the eyes of the laws. These "mistakes" are a violation of your rights and that's can influence the case against you, making it possible to have your charges reduced or dismissed altogether.

Ocala DUI Defense Attorney

Our legal team will aggressively defend you from the moment of your arrest all the way through a trial if necessary. It is the burden of the prosecution to prove your guilt. There may be serious flaws with an officer's claim of probable cause. The officer may have neglected to inform you of implied consent and the consequences of refusing a breath or urine test. There may be other mechanical or procedural problems with the blood alcohol concentration test. Finally, our defense lawyer working on your case will request a suppression hearing to present a motion to suppress evidence that was improperly or inaccurately collected. Many other legal strategies are utilized if necessary, including an aggressive cross-examination of law enforcement as part of your defense.

If you have been arrested for DUI and you need legal advice, Contact an Ocala DUI defense attorney in our firm today.

108 N. Magnolia Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34475
(352) 702-0596
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