Q: DUI, no evidence, preliminary put off twice by prosecution lawyer says will be guilty and go to trial. Normal?
A: I would need a little more information to answer your question appropriately. First, there should be some evidence -- such as a police report. Even though the police report may not be admitted into evidence because of the hearsay rule, the police himself could testify as to what he observed. However, there are other factors that a defense attorney would consider to help you defend your case. Give me a call to discuss your options. A dui can haunt you for many, many years to come.
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