Across the U.S., it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or higher. In fact, in some situations, a driver could be charged with DUI even though their blood alcohol content is less than 0.08%. This being said, our client was in a very serious situation when they were arrested after blowing a 0.23 on the breath test. At over twice the legal limit, their penalties could have been enhanced. Not only could they have been facing jail time and fines, but they could have been dealing with the loss of their driving privileges.
When they came to us for help, we began scouring the evidence in order to get their charges reduced. As a result, we were able to detect serious problems with their case. Through video evidence, we were able to get this DUI charge reduced to reckless driving. To learn more about this case or how we could help you, please do not hesitate to contact our office.