Monthly Archives: November 2013

What is Your Reasoning For Testifying at Your Own DUI Trial?

Giving strong and accurate testimony during your DUI case can be more complicated than it sounds; you may be asked multi-part questions that confuse you, or be simply too caught off guard to deliver the confident, truthful responses that characterize … Continue reading

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Prosecution Strategies: Promote Officers, Discredit Witnesses

At your DUI trial, the prosecution will try to discredit your evidence while upholding field sobriety tests or police officer’s opinion against you. It will important you to retain a competent Memphis DUI attorney to defend your rights at court. … Continue reading

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Testifying in Your Own DUI Trial

Whether or not you should testify in your DUI trial is a difficult decision that involves you and your Memphis DUI attorney carefully considering many factors. While you cannot be forced to testify, should you decide to do so, you … Continue reading

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Prosecution Strategy: Promote Field Sobriety Testing

If you failed field sobriety tests, you will need a qualified Memphis DUI attorney to defend your rights and attack the prosecution’s case at your trial. If the police officer states that you have “failed” one or more field sobriety … Continue reading

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Information to Provide to Your DUI Attorney

You have been arrested for a DUI. You hired a DUI attorney to put together a strong defense on your behalf. But your DUI attorney is only as good as the information you provide him.  In putting together a strong … Continue reading

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Your Attorney’s Evaluation of Your DUI Case

If you have been arrested for drunk driving, DUI attorney David Willis can answer your questions and help you through the legal process. Attorney David Willis may even be able to delay or prevent the suspension of your driver’s license … Continue reading

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The State’s Chemical Evidence in DUI Cases

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Chemical tests are commonly administered to determine blood alcohol content (BAC) of individuals arrested for drunk driving. However, the admissibility of these chemical test results depends on whether the police officer administered them appropriately. You should hire a DUI attorney … Continue reading

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