Call the Berry Law Firm for Advice About Nebraska DUI
The DUI defense lawyers at the Berry Law Firm have the experience and skill dealing with the full range of Nebraska drunk driving charges that can help you avoid the worst potential consequences of a conviction. To learn about our ability to represent and protect your interests effectively, contact our office in Lincoln.
We Analyze the Facts of Your Case to Find the Best Approach to Take
Nebraska DUI charges have become tougher to fight in recent years, but there are still good options for resolving your case on favorable terms. While aggressively fighting for your charges to be dismissed or reduced, the attorneys at the Berry Law Firm routinely examine the following issues in every DUI case:
- Did the arresting officer have a reasonable suspicion for pulling your vehicle over in the first place?
- Did the officer conduct a field sobriety test or preliminary breath test properly?
- Was there probable cause to arrest you for DUI?
- Was the breath or blood test to determine your blood alcohol concentration correctly administered at the station?
- Were their problems with the operator's certification or the machine's maintenance?
- Are their any medical, health or dietary explanations for a high blood alcohol reading?
Satisfactory answers to any of these questions can lead to dismissal of the charges, acquittal at trial, or the difference between a misdemeanor and felony drunk driving conviction.
One of our criminal defense attorneys, Chad Wythers, is trained and certified in the proper administration of field sobriety tests by police officers, and his ability to expose the shortcomings of the procedure used in any particular case can make the decisive difference in our client's favor.
We Defend Clients Facing Misdemeanor or Felony DUI Charges
DUI related to serious or fatal traffic accidents or involving a blood alcohol concentration over .15 on a third arrest can be charged as a felony. Our experience with the effective defense of serious crimes can give you an extra advantage in the resolution of such charges as vehicular homicide or felony repeat DUI.