Idaho DUI Defenses

Each DUI case is unique, because of this each DUI defense is unique. Call me today for a free case evaluation and to discuss any defenses you may have.

There are a number of different defenses that can be utilized by a skillful DUI defense attorney to cast reasonable doubt on any DUI investigation. If you have been arrested for a DUI, you may be extremely worried about the impact it will have on your life. It is important to remember that an arrest does not equal a conviction, even if your BAC was over the legal limit.

What are the possible DUI Defenses?

Traffic Stops:

  • Reasonable Suspicion
  • Pre-textual Stop
  • Roadblock or Avoidance of a Roadblock

Officer Confirmation Bias

Indicators of Intoxication

Field Sobriety Tests

Breath and Blood Testing

Warrant-less Blood Testing and "Implied Consent" 

Refusal of Breath Testing

Drug Recognition Experts

Go to each of these web pages to learn more about the traffic stops associated with DUI's and why there are different defenses an experienced attorney can use when fighting for your case. 

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If you are charged with a DUI in Idaho, you need a lawyer that will fight to protect your rights. Call me today for a free consultation!

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