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On Behalf of | Sep 17, 2015 | Drunk Driving

Last week on this blog, we posted about breathalyzer tests, and how they may not always be accurate. This is significant, as law enforcement often relies on these tests to obtain convictions for drunk driving. Unfortunately, far too many individuals who are accused of drunk driving never challenge the breathalyzer test results. This is a big mistake that could be costly in more ways than one.

Failing to adequately defend yourself could result in jail, fines and license suspension or revocation. But, the penalties do not end there. You might also be required to pay for the installation and operation of an ignition interlock device, and you may have to be tested by the machine every time you get behind the wheel. A criminal conviction could also damage your reputation, affect your ability to keep or find a job and enhance your penalties in any subsequent criminal matters.

With that in mind, it is easy to see that there is a lot at stake when accused of drunk driving. You should therefore mount as strong of a criminal defense as is possible. One of the best ways to do this is to secure the services of a law firm dedicated to and experienced with drunk driving cases.

David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, has years of experience representing those accused of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He and his legal team know how to secure breathalyzer test and maintenance records and question toxicology experts and law enforcement.

By utilizing his legal knowledge, experience and skills negotiating and litigating, David G Moore always fights for his clients in hopes of reaching a favorable resolution. Though the ultimate decision of defense strategy is always left to the accused, having a competent legal professional who can guide and advise throughout the process can be invaluable in the battle to avoid penalties and return to everyday life.

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