In the State of California, most people who get arrested for DUI ultimately get charged with two separate offenses: driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs, and driving with a blood alcohol content level greater than a 0.08%. Because the officer, in most cases, never sees you leave the bar or nightclub intoxicated, DUI cases are usually proven through circumstantial evidence.
One problem with circumstantial evidence cases, is that police officers, in some instances, do not conduct proper roadside investigation. For example, breathalyzers and other chemical tests are prone to both human and mechanical error. Plus, medical conditions, medications, and certain foods can produce false chemical readings.
As a result, it is critical that you hire an attorney that will take apart the officer’s investigation, bring in experts, and show why beyond a reasonable doubt that you were not driving intoxicated the night you were arrested.
If you are looking for excellent legal services for DUI in the Inland Empire, including Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Ontario, Upland, Pomona, and even Los Angeles County or Orange County, then contact us