Motions in your DUI case are written challenges directly aimed at law and fact issues. This may include determining the purpose of the stop – was it without a good reason? If so, your case could be dismissed. Perhaps your DUI arrest was not justified for probable cause. Motions can allow harmful evidence to be suppressed, such as test results. Even if the implied consent was improperly read to you, the test results could be thrown out. If the law enforcement officer failed to follow proper standards for field sobriety tests, this evidence could be suppressed. These are just a few possible reasons why filing timely motions in your DUI case are imperative to your defense.
If you have been charged with DUI-DWI, call today to speak to a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer in your area. Submit your case details, call 1-844-TEAM-DUI (1-844-832-6384) or contact Georgia DUI defense lawyer Doug Andrews directly.
Copyright 2015. William C. Head. All Rights Reserved.