Attorney Dan Nevins Appears on DUI Panel Broadcast

April, 2014 by Alma Abell

Driving under the influence is an offense that carries serious consequences. If you are convicted of DUI, you may face time in jail, fines and suspension of your driver’s license. In addition to the fines and the time lost from work, there are other costs associated with a DUI conviction that are even more expensive. Having a DUI on your record greatly increases your insurance risk. Your rates will be significantly more expensive if you are convicted.

If you can’t afford to pay the high insurance premiums, you will have to find alternate transportation to and from work and leisure activities. Cabs and public transportation can really cut into your budget. To learn more about the consequences of a DUI, listen in as Attorney Dan Nevins Appears on DUI Panel Broadcast.

Fortunately, you do not have to accept these consequences just because you were pulled over and charged with DUI. Listen to Attorney Dan Nevins Appears on DUI Panel Broadcast to find out how an attorney can help you win your DUI case. If the arresting officer did not have a reason to pull you over or if they did not have probable cause to arrest you, a lawyer may be able get the charges against you reduced or dismissed.

Field sobriety tests are subjective and sometimes designed to get a person to admit they have been drinking. Most of these tests are not even admissible in court officers still use them. They also use the ones that are admissible incorrectly. Listen as Attorney Dan Nevins Appears on DUI Panel Broadcast to find out what you should do if you are ever pulled over as a suspect of drunk driving.

Because you consented to blood alcohol testing when you obtained your driver’s license, your driving privileges will be suspended if you refuse the test. However, in some cases, the device used to calculate blood alcohol level displays and inaccurate result. False positives may be the result of a breathalyzer machine that is not calibrated correctly or an officer that isn’t properly trained to administer the test. Your lawyer may request the records of the device and the officer’s training and use them to defend you in court. Visit Ebner Nevins & McAllister for more information.

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