If you have been pulled over for a suspected DUI in Portland and the arresting officer administered field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test, which you failed, you may be wondering whether your test failure will lead to your ultimate conviction. Rest assured that a failed breathalyzer test does not guarantee an automatic DUI conviction. It does mean that you will need to fight hard to challenge the evidence presented against you. You should expect that the arresting officer or prosecuting attorney will do everything possible to try and convince you that your only option is to plead guilty and accept your fate.
They may even try and lead you to believe that a failed breathalyzer test is conclusive, irrefutable evidence of your guilt and that admitting guilt or accepting a plea bargain is in your best interests. That is simply not true. Having a skilled Portland DUI attorney on your side, who has years of experience successfully challenging DUI evidence, will give you a significant advantage when fighting to defend your interests and avoid criminal conviction. My firm and I have helped countless individuals successfully fight DUI charges by challenging faulty evidence, incorrect arrest procedures and inaccurate BAC testing results.
I realize what you stand to risk if you are convicted of DUI and you can trust that I will be by your side every step of the way executing a hard-hitting strategy for your defense. I am always extremely aggressive in my pursuit of justice on behalf of my clients and I have gone to trial more than 100 times to help maximize my clients' chance of success. If you have been arrested after failing a breathalyzer test, the speed at which you obtain legal counsel from a DUI attorney at Neal Weingart, Attorney at Law, LLC will directly affect the outcome of your case.
Call me now so that I can review your test results, analyze the arrest procedure and advise you on what my firm and I will be able to do in your defense.