Thursday, August 27, 2009

Folks ask California DUI criminal defense attorneys if they should believe what the officer told them about this or that - can you trust him?!

Folks ask California DUI criminal defense attorneys if they should believe what the officer told them about this or that. California drunk driving criminal defense lawyers can easily twit that question with these questions:

Do you think a California DUI arresting officer is on your side?

Do you know the California DUI officer is competing for most California DUI arrests award given annually by MADD?

Do you think the California DUIofficer may possibly be keeping information from you? (e.g. test record?)

Did the California DUI cop tell you the hand-held gadget was optional and you did not have to blow?

[California DUI statute requires California DUI officer to inform you it is voluntary; you do not have to blow in the field, only at the station or jail.]

Do you think the California DUI officer wants you to challenge him and fight him?

Why might someone have suggested you may not not need a California DUI attorney, yet alone a California DUI Lawyer Specialist?

[In all California DUI misdemeanor cases in courts throughout San Diego County, one cannot represent oneself. You must get a California DUI attorney. Misdemeanors are serious, punishable by up to 6 months in jail + many very serious ramifcations including fine, etc.]

What about the California DUI field tests? Did he say how you did? Was he real fair about the way he subjectively judged your performance or ability to follow instructions?

Why did he still take your California license?

Do you trust the California Drunk Driving cop now? If not, complete the free Survey