Some people may ask why one needs an attorney in a DUI case. The bottom line is that defending a DUI is not a do-it-yourself project. A competent attorney will understand how to keep unfavorable evidence out where possible.
“The state has the burden of proving you guilty, and the more that can be done to make their job more difficult, the better, within the bounds of the law, of course.” – Caleb Suszko, Esq.
A competent attorney can also help the prosecutor see the weaknesses in your case to negotiate a better deal for you. These weaknesses can come from the facts of the initial stop, the breath tests, whether implied consents were read, and more.
Ultimately, there is no magic pill to make the DUI charge disappear.