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The crux of every successful DUI defense case rests with the police officer's probable cause for pulling you over and administering the field sobriety test. Although the field sobriety test may appear to be a random series of physical exercises, there are highly specific regulations that govern how the test is administered. In addition, very specific results are required before a DUI arrest can be made in Arizona.
DUI tests are always taken on a case-by-case basis. Nothing is standard.
There is nothing standard about results of field sobriety tests, breath tests or blood tests. Every case is different and the evidence must be specific to the individual. The horizontal eye movement, ability to stand on one leg and the walk-and-turn tests can produce a wide range of results, even among drivers who are completely sober. Unfortunately, too many police forget your rights when they are making an arrest.
Our experience has taught us never to let DUI test results go unchallenged
At the Law Offices of Stephen Paul Barnard, P.C., we know how the laws about DUI tests read and are interpreted by the courts. DUI test results can be attacked on the grounds that the results have no scientific validity or that the tests were conducted improperly. By using our experience, skills and understanding of Arizona DUI laws, we don't let the results go unchallenged.
Field sobriety tests and breath test results are not always scientifically valid
Whether you failed a DUI test or refused to take one, we are ready to help. Contact our offices immediately to schedule a free consultation with attorney Stephen Paul Barnard. Let's start protecting your future. Right here. Right now.
We provide aggressive defense representation for all cases relating to DUI:
- Refused breath test or blood test
- Multiple arrest DUI
- Extreme DUI .15 and super extreme DUI .20
- Felony endangerment
- Aggravated DUI and aggravated assault
- Negligent homicide, vehicular manslaughter, second degree murder
- Leaving the scene of an accident, hit and run
- Driver's license suspensions, DMV hearings
Before you take another test for the police, talk to an experienced lawyer
Contact us for a free consultation as soon as possible after you have been charged or think you might be charged.