Most people arrested and charged with driving under the influence, or DUI, believe they have no defense and jump at the first plea bargain they are offered. If you have been charged with DUI you might be surprised to find out that most DUI prosecutions are not as open and shut as the prosecutor would like you to believe. As a defendant, there are actually a number of things you should know about your DUI case that the prosecutor would likely prefer you didn’t know.
Stan BennettStan’s practice at Bennett & Michael focuses on Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Divorce, and Family related matters. He also practices in the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, in Washington D.C.