You may think that your case is closed if you are pulled over for DUI and given a ticket for driving under the influences. In reality, however, the prosecution must prove beyond reasonable doubt that you drove under the influence of alcohol.
You should contact a reputed Miami’s DUI attorney for legal advice. If you have questions about DUI laws in other states you can seek specific answers from attorneys or resources in those states. The prosecution can generally prove that you drove under the influence in one of two ways.
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The first method is to test your blood alcohol content (BAC), the one we are most familiar with. The reliability of the test in all cases where the accused is subject to BAC testing is a concern. You must still prove to the State that the test is reliable enough for the judge or jury to use it against you.
You can also prove that you were under the influence of alcohol by giving testimony to others or yourself, if you wish. An officer from the police can testify to your driving behavior. The officer can testify that you drove erratically or in the wrong lanes. The officer will also testify about your performance on field sobriety exams.
It is important to remember that a DUI charge does not automatically mean you are guilty. There are many ways to contest a DUI charge.