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Challenging your DUI arrest can be a scary and confusing process. Officers are trained to take drivers who have been drinking off the street, in some cases even if they do not blow over the legal limit. Standardized Field Sobriety Tests are graded upon clues which are not divulged before performing them, setting subjects up for failure. A defendant faces possible penalties including loss of driver's license, termination of employment, jail time, stiff fines, community service, and a criminal record.
Kunes Law's DUI attorneys stand poised to help throughout this difficult process. They can advise you of your rights and give you a free consultation for your pending charges. If hired, they can prepare a 30 day letter to request an administrative license suspension (ALS) hearing to fight your pending license suspension. They can file a motion to suppress to attack the reasonable articulable suspicion (RAS) for the stop, probable cause (PC) to arrest or search, the reading of the implied consent warning, the state administered chemical test, or move to suppress evidence obtained in violation of your Fourth Amendment rights. If all else fails, they can present your case to a jury of your peers.
Joe and Patrick Kunes are trained in DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Tests according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Their instructors were former law enforcement officers who trained Georgia State Troopers and local law enforcement on how to correctly administer the tests. They maintain close relationships with these DUI experts as well as experts in the field of forensic toxicology and evidential breath testing devices. These experts can be hired by our clients to go to trial in situations where tests were improperly administered, breath machines were subject to operator error, or when blood test samples were improperly handled. For a free consultation, feel free to call our offices at (229)-382-4900, or enter your contact information in the submission form to your right.