FAQ: DUI And Criminal Defense

WHAT FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO THE LIKELIHOOD OF A SUSPECT FAILING A FLORIDA FIELD SOBRIETY TEST?

– – – – – Even when driving sober, being asked to perform a field sobriety test can be a scary experience for many motorists. Failing a field sobriety test can have many consequences. As a result, it may be best to refuse the test in certain circumstances. Our free guide, Ways to Possibly Avoid […]

WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF I REFUSE TO TAKE A BREATHALYZER DURING A FLORIDA TRAFFIC STOP?

– – – – – Many attorneys recommend that clients refuse to take a breath or blood test when they are accused or suspected of driving under the influence for the first time in Florida. If you agree to take the test and fail, you will lose your license. In addition, the prosecutor can use […]

I WAS ARRESTED IN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FOR DUI WHILE RIDING MY BICYCLE – HOW CAN THAT BE?

This is a very important question because Florida leads the nation in bicycle rider fatalities. In addition, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2011, one-fourth of the cyclists killed had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% (grams per deciliter) or higher which is over the legal limit. What is a DUI? […]