The thing about DUI cases is you rarely know whether or not you have a strong defense until after you've already started fighting it.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
- the best way to defend a DUI case in California
- what the two types of DUI charges mean
- how to attack the prosecutor’s evidence, and
- how to fight to keep one’s driver’s license after being arrested for drunk driving
San Diego DUI attorney Lounsbery explains in detail each of the three Standardized Field Sobriety Tests because many people mistakenly believe that “failing” the FSTs is conclusive proof of intoxication. He also addresses several defenses to DUI charges. Lastly, DUI lawyer Lounsbery outlines seven key steps that anyone accused of drunk driving should follow to have a successful end to their case.
Attorney Lounsbery’s ebook will help anyone charged with a DUI gain a better understanding of 1) what they need to do now to beat the charges, 2) how a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer can help them, and 3) whether it might be in their best interest to hire a DUI attorney. Winning Strategies in DUI Defense is an eye-opener. Those who thought they were caught red-handed will see for the first time that they may have a chance to avoid a DUI conviction.
“The thing about DUI cases is you rarely know whether or not you have a strong defense until after you’ve already started fighting it. It’s not uncommon to find out you have a legitimate defense only after you’ve been working on the case for a while, once you’ve gathered the necessary information,” said Lounsbery. “If you approach your DUI case with an attitude of defeat, thinking, ‘Well, I blew a .10, so I know I’m going to lose,’ then you’re not likely to put all the effort into your case that’s necessary to get a good result.”
Lounsbery has law offices throughout San Diego County. He has represented clients charged with drunk driving in every courthouse in San Diego. He also represents individuals accused of serious and violent crimes, such as assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, child abuse, domestic violence, robbery, and sex offenses.