My question involves criminal law for the state of:
So I got pulled over because of speeding, they officers then had to come out of the car to perform general sobriety test apart from the part that they didn't make me take a breathalyzer until they drove me back to their station. It wasn't even until I was told to go back to the station was I told that I was pulled over for an DUI instead of a warrant arrest (I thought I had one).
So my question is, is it worth fighting the case for because of this? I was told that I can fight it for "Lack of Probable Cause" because it is required for the officer to give me a breathalyzer test become taking me in?
If no, I am planning to just have a public defender pleading guilty. Is their any chance that I can reduce the penalty, if so, what are the common things I can bring up for it?
Thank you for reading!