ADVANTAGES TO HIRING AN AGGRESSIVE TRIAL DUI/DWI ATTORNEY LIKE NAUM ESTEVEZ, PLLC

Have you been told that it is not possible to win a DUI/DWI in Virginia? If so, you were not likely talking to an Aggressive Virginia DUI/DWI Trial Attorney. Any experienced trial attorney knows that a Not Guilty verdict at trial is possible. Why is that? It is because the court only judges the evidence and testimony that is presented and properly admitted to the court. While the chances of success at most criminal trials is relatively low, it is always a possibility. Your chances of success and a victory increase with an experienced trial lawyer.

THE EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS AT NAUM ESTEVEZ ARE SUCCESSFUL, AWARD-WINNING DUI/DWI TRIAL ATTORNEYS. WE ARE DEDICATED TO YOU AND YOUR FUTURE. WE HAVE THE EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND DETERMINATION TO GET YOU THE BEST POSSIBLE OUTCOME FOR YOUR CASE. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION. WE ANSWER CALLS AFTER HOURS.

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There are many advantages for a client who is represented by an experienced DUI/DWI trial attorney. A DUI/DWI trial attorney starts looking at the facts of the case with the idea of what a trial might look like rather than talking about how to plea you guilty to a DUI/DWI. First thoughts to a DUI/DWI trial attorney are:

·       Are there 4th Amendment or 5th Amendment violations and therefore suppressible evidence?

·       Did the officer administer NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Tests properly?

·       Was there breathe sample or is the officer claiming Unreasonable Refusal?

·       Was there a blood test and was it done properly?

·       Does the client have any medical conditions that would affect physiology or toxicology?

·       What was the location of the police encounter?

·       What was the timing of events?

·       MOST IMPORTANTLY, what does the client say happened?

The information that a client provides to a DUI/DWI trial attorney is important and vital information for a lawyer. Dedicated, determined, and committed lawyers use this information to prepare for trial and cross-examination of an officer.

Also, if trial ends up not being the right course of action for your goals of the case, an attorney that is prepared to go to trial is more likely to get you the best possible plea agreement for your case. After all, why would a prosecutor offer you a sweetheart deal if they believe that they can prove their case and they have no reason to offer you something other than what you are charged with?