Asheville DWI Lawyer - fighting your charges

HOW IN THE WORLD ARE YOU GOING TO HELP ME IF I'VE ALREADY BLOWN ABOVE THE LEGAL LIMIT AFTER A DWI ARREST?

The 4th Amendment to the US Constitution Requires "Reasonable Suspicion" for police to pull your vehicle.

 The 4th Amendment Provides Protection From Unreasonable Traffic Stops, Which Could Affect DWI Charges In Some Cases.

The 4th Amendment Provides Protection From Unreasonable Traffic Stops, Which Could Affect DWI Charges In Some Cases.

  • The 4th Amendment to the US constitution prevents government agents (police) from stopping your car for no good reason. If the DWI traffic stop is no good, the rest of the evidence after the stop is suppressed. This means there is no evidence left to charge you with a DWI.
  • Maybe the traffic stop was good, but the arrest itself was not. Again, the 4th amendment will invalidate unconstitutional arrests and that may mean the charges are no good. 
  • Maybe for some reason the stop took a ridiculously inordinate amount of time. DWI stops need to be brief, because the 4th amendment prevents unreasonably long detention without good cause. 
  • There are many situations that can be taken into consideration by your DWI defense attorney.