THE MANY WAYS THAT A DUI STOP CAN GO WRONG
Police and courts are showing zero patience with persons accused of drunk driving — and the devastation that impaired driving can cause.
This zealous attitude can often result in police officers pulling over drivers they think are drunk, even if they are not, and arresting them for suspicion of drunk driving.
Experienced DUI defense attorney John H. Parker II works hard to discredit that suspicion, and restore your driving privileges after a brief brush with the law. His 17 years as a successful advocate for clients from all walks of life have taught him the many ways that a DUI stop can go wrong.
Mr. Parker shines a harsh spotlight on these errors by police that often translate to faulty arrests of law-abiding citizens. He does whatever he can, within the law, to preserve your good name and put you back behind the wheel, to resume a normal life.
DUI Defense Attorney Who Insists On Breathalyzer Accuracy And Responsible Field Sobriety Testing
Here are just a few of the factors that can cause law enforcement to mistake uneven, erratic driving for drunk driving:
- Distracted driving due to in-person and mobile phone conversations
- Hazardous road conditions
- Inclement weather
- Engine malfunctions in a motor vehicle
- Pre-existing medical condition such as an allergy
- Use of prescription drugs
- Strenuous field sobriety testing and inaccurate breath test blood alcohol content read-outs
As you can see, John H. Parker II is a detail-minded defense lawyer who leaves nothing to chance. He uses every resource at his disposal to build a case for reduction and dismissal of your drunk driving charges — every misleading police report, every supportive eyewitness account, to name just a few.
This is the kind of comprehensive representation you need when freedoms, finances and futures are on the line in a DUI case. The The Law Office of John H. Parker II displays that all-out commitment every day. Have a look at our law firm's case results, then reach out to us by phone at 901-522-8200 or by email message. Your initial consultation is free.