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How The Mouth Alcohol Defense Can Help Win A DUI Case

In this guide, I am going to explain how alcohol that is trapped in your mouth can provide a falsely high reading on a breathalyzer test. And: If you indeed did have mouth alcohol we can use that in our defense. Let’s get started….. But first, watch this video to understand which medical conditions can…

8 DUI Checkpoint Mistakes Police Make That Can Be Challenged In Court
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8 DUI Checkpoint Mistakes Police Make That Can Be Challenged In Court

In this post, I am going to show you exactly which mistakes police officers can make when instituting a DUI checkpoint. In fact: I have used these mistakes to file motions to suppress incriminating evidence or to file motions to dismiss charges. Let’s get started… Are DUI Checkpoints Legal in California? Yes, under state law, police departments are permitted to set…

5 Things You Should Know About DUI Blood Tests in California
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5 Things You Should Know About DUI Blood Tests in California

In this post, I will explain five (5) important things you should know about the DUI blood test. First, watch this short video to see why I recommend taking the blood test instead of the breath test. In California, there is an implied consent law that states that all drivers give their implied consent to a DUI chemical…

How GERD, Heartburn & Acid Reflux Affects DUI & Breath Testing
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How GERD, Heartburn & Acid Reflux Affects DUI & Breath Testing

If you are arrested for DUI and have G.E.R.D then this may have influenced the results of your DUI breath test. In fact, an expert can testify on your behalf and show that G.E.R.D was the cause of your falsely high BAC reading Lets take a closer look…. What Is Gerd? GERD stands for “Gastroesophageal Reflux…

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13 Examples Of Lack of Probable Cause For A DUI Stop or Arrest

In this list, I will show you 13 examples of police officers lacking reasonable suspicion for a DUI stop or probable cause to arrest for DUI in California. In fact: Lacking reasonable suspicion for a DUI stop or probable cause to arrest are among the most powerful defenses we have used to get DUI cases…

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How A Breathalyzer Test Affects A DUI Case

A DUI breathalyzer test including at what point the test was taken and how many times the test was taken can influence the evidence gathered by prosecutors and ultimately the DUI case itself. Implied Consent California’s driving under the influence (DUI) law includes an implied consent law. This law holds that any person who drives…

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Field Sobriety Tests: What Police Don’t Want You To Know

In most cases when a motorist has been detained for a traffic violation and is suspected of drunk driving, the investigating officer will request the suspect to perform certain field sobriety tests (FSTs). What police do not want you to know is that you are not graded on a pass fail basis on these tests….

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BAC Calculator (Help Measure Blood Alcohol Concentration)

BAC refers to the percent of alcohol in a person’s bloodstream.  In California, a person is legally intoxicated for purposes of driving a vehicle if he/she has a BAC of .08 percent or above. However, a person can be arrested and convicted under Vehicle Code 23152(a) for driving under the influence even if their blood alcohol content is less than .08. Use our blood…