Q: Is it possible to over turn a DUI conviction?..like when they say you blew a .89 and your 5'11"@ 160..help pls
A: You should contact a local attorney that handles DUI cases near your area to ask for a free consult and review the facts of your case. The case will depend on how the evidence was obtained and the details regarding the stop and arrest as well as review the procedure and evidence that is in your case (facts)
Talk to an attorney in more detail and call for an apt. Good Luck
A: If you've already been convicted, then you have had had a trial and a jury has found you guilty. You will need to file an appeal. Contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss in detail what happened and your potential rights.
A: More info is needed to properly evaluate your case.
However, it is always a good idea to contact a local attorney that handles DUI cases for the court to which you are ordered to appear.
In other words, I am in Palm Springs and you don’t want to hire a Palm Springs lawyer for an Orange Co case.
Most DUI lawyers will offer a free consultation to review the facts. However, it sounds like you have pled or had a trial.
If so and it was recent you need to file an appeal. Discuss this with the lawyer who represented you on the case.
The case will depend on how the evidence was obtained and the details regarding the stop and arrest as well as a review of the facts of your case. If you are lighter and smaller that just means you should have consumed much less alcohol than a 6'5 football player.
Call a local attorney to discuss in more detail and request an appointment.
If you need help finding a good DUI lawyer please contact me at my number below. Good Luck
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