Re: DUI First Offense
You can read some of the other posts here to see how common the claim of "I passed all the field tests" is. While I am sure you felt you performed the tests flawlessly, I am equally sure that the officer is able to articulate numerous indicators of impairment you showed while performing the test. But, it doesn't really matter as you were over the presumptive limit both in the field and for both of your breath samples back at the station. So, the prosecution does not have to prove impairment. With anything over a 0.08, you are legally presumed to have been impaired.
Any chance? Sure. Guilty DUI offenders avoid conviction sometimes. A GOOD chance? No, I don't think so. If the officer followed his training and did not make procedural errors, this seems to be a pretty solid case against you.
Well, I'll admit to being pretty arrogant. But, I'm not arrogant enough to advise a DUI defense attorney how to do his/her job. But, in a general, the attorney will normally look for: any challenge for the probable cause for the initial traffic stop (Don't hold your breath for that one as you were doing 25 over the speed limit); any argument of coercion to perform the field test or provide breath sample in the field (you don't state anything to that effect); any challenge for the probable cause for arrest for DUI (again, don't hold your breath as your voluntary breath sample in the field of 0.1 provides all the PC they need); any procedural errors in the DUI processing after the arrest or in obtaining your two breath samples at the station; any question of improper equipment maintenance or inaccuracy in assessing your BAC from breath samples; or overcoming the presumptive impairment by presenting evidence that you were, in fact, not impaired despite your BAC (I have NEVER heard of this argument succeeding - but, I have heard of it being tried).
More realistically, you should expect your attorney to try to work a plea deal for a conviction of a lesser charge or a deferment program with probation.
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