Challenging DUI Evidence
DUI Defense Attorney in Kitsap County Fights Back
Challenging DUI evidence is one of the most critical steps your attorney
will take in a
DUI case. Our attorneys have the experience and technical knowledge necessary
to challenge even the most serious evidence, including the results of
The evidence that the prosecutor has against you may not be reliable or
there may be reasons that the evidence is invalid including an unlawful
stop or errors in the arrest, lab errors, or faulty or improperly used
equipment or incorrectly administered tests. With more than 30 years of
cumulative experience, and as former prosecutors, our attorneys have the
technical and legal knowledge necessary to evaluate the evidence against
you to determine whether a successful legal challenge could be effective.
Get a true legal professional on your side today.
You are entitled to challenge any evidence that the prosecution is planning
use against you. The purpose of an evidentiary hearing is to determine
if that evidence is admissible and can be used in the case against you.
If you were unlawfully stopped by law enforcement, our Kitsap County DUI
lawyer take action to prevent the prosecution from using this evidence
by filing a motion to suppress. If the arresting officer failed to advise
you of the consequences of refusing DUI testing, or if the testing equipment
was not properly maintained or calibrated, our DUI lawyer will seek to
have the judge rule the evidence inadmissible.
You do not have to plead guilty. In fact, if you plead guilty your case
is essentially over, other than facing the sentence, which usually includes
jail time, fines, license suspension and community service, or worse.
If you plead not guilty, there are strategies that could be employed to
allow you to walk away without further repercussions. Let our Kitsap County
DUI lawyer challenge any questionable evidence, file a motion to suppress,
or other effective strategy that could work for you in your case. Many
cases are so seriously flawed that the charges are dismissed before any
further action is taken, and you deserve to find out if this could be
possible for you. We are ready to fight, and we know what it takes to
protect the rights of our clients.
Contact us immediately for a free consultation about your case.