Too many things can go wrong with a DUI arrest. As a result, there are almost as many ways to defend you after a traffic stop as there are fraudulent reasons for police to stop you for investigation of drunk driving.
Law enforcement can mistake erratic driving for drunk driving and misconstrue its probable cause to stop you in traffic, abuse your implied consent, test you for drunk driving and arrest you. At which point your life officially becomes miserable.
At the time of your DUI controversy, you may have been suffering from — or been treated for — a pre-existing medical condition, such as an allergy. You may have had difficulty navigating your car or truck over rough, dangerous roads during inclement weather. Your motor vehicle itself could have been experiencing problems. Any and all of which could raise the suspicions of already overzealous cops looking for someone to arrest.
To add insult to injury, then comes the strenuous field sobriety test that many sober people are neither strong nor flexible enough to pass, and a defective or malfunctioning breathalyzer that records an erroneous blood-alcohol content level. Before you know it, and without asking for it, you’re on the wrong side of the law and fighting for your ability to legally drive in Arizona.
Are your driving privileges now at risk, not to mention your freedoms and finances, because you were pulled over by police who jumped to conclusions? DUI and criminal defense attorney Steven Zachary in Gilbert protects your rights.
Steven Zachary of the Zachary Law Group is a skilled, experienced, client-committed champion of the victims of police overreach during DUI arrests. If a drunk driving arrest is your problem — and you’re looking at consequences such as a jail term, heavy fines, increased insurance premiums and damage to your reputation — please know that every problem has a solution, so … “Zach it.” The law is on your side. Call today and take your worry away with an initial consultation. 480-389-3533.