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But it's more common to defend against a drunk driving charge by attacking the officer's observations of what happened prior to the arrest or challenging the integrity of the evidence, such as the accuracy of a breathalyzer test. State DUI laws differ and everyone's case has different facts, so it may help to consult with a lawyer. (2) The driver was intoxicated while they were driving; and, (3) The “operation” of the motor vehicle occurred on a public road or area immediately accessible to the public or a motor vehicle. In the typical case, the police witness the “operation” of the driving firsthand, thereby satisfying the first element of a drunk-driving case. There are a number of potential defenses that can be raised in a given drunk driving case. Roughly speaking, however, the majority of drunk driving defenses can be broken down into the following areas: (1) "He wasn’t driving": In this defense, intoxication is not enough -- the prosecution must also prove that the defendant was actually driving. People make decisions based on emotion; and, it is no different in a drunk driving case. So, present yourself in the most positive possible light. Choose a skillful, experienced lawyer who will know how to present you in the best manner. Factor Two: Your Story!
DRUNK DRIVING CASES – A DEFENSE GUIDE INTRODUCTION In Ohio, “drunk driving,” is known as Operating a Vehicle Im-paired (OVI). This is the same as what other states sometimes call DUI, DWI, or OMVI. However, OVI is a little bit more precise than “drunk driving” because in . If you have been charged with drunk driving in Michigan and refused to take a breath or blood test at the request of the police officer, then you will be charged with a violation of Michigan’s Implied Consent Law, pursuant to MCL § f. A violation of the implied consent law will result in the suspension of your driver’s license for. All DUI cases are different, and these examples are meant to demonstrate the issues involved in these sorts of cases rather than tell you exactly how a particular case will proceed. The Arrest of Duncan Smith. Duncan Smith was driving home after meeting up with a friend for some drinks to celebrate the end of another week. Get this from a library! How to defend a drunk driving case: a guide to practical, procedural, and legal aspects. [John Henry Hingson].