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Seattle DUI FAQ's

DUI Frequently Asked Questions

When should I get a Seattle DUI lawyer after my arrest?

As soon as possible. You only have 20 days to file for a hearing to keep your license, so the sooner you hire an attorney, the stronger your case will be for the hearing and trial.

What does BAC mean?

It stands for Blood Alcohol Concentration and it is used to measure how drunk a person is. If your BAC is above 0.08%, you could be charged with drunk driving.

Am I required to submit to a drunk driving test?

It depends on the test. You are not required to take the field sobriety tests or to submit to a portable breathalyzer test, but once you are at the station, you must take a breathalyzer or blood test.

Can I get a DUI if I’m not driving?

Absolutely. If you are in a car with the keys in the ignition or if you are riding a bike or other type of “vehicle,” you may be charged with drunk driving. Fortunately, these cases are much easier for your Seattle DUI attorney to fight.

If I wasn’t drunk, but I did use drugs before driving, can I still get a DUI?

Yes. Driving Under the Influence is illegal whether it involves the influence of alcohol, illegal substances or prescription drugs. If you are impaired, you cannot drive.

Do I really have a chance of beating my DUI?

Yes. At and Associates, we have an excellent track records of winning DUI cases like yours.

If I failed the breathalyzer can I still fight my charges?

Yes. While the police and prosecutors want people to believe these tools are extremely accurate, the truth is that they are subject to a number of errors and can easily be proved inaccurate with the help of a Seattle DUI lawyer.

Will my license hearing affect my criminal trial?

No. These proceedings have no impact on one another.

What are my rights during an arrest?

You have the right to remain silent, to refuse a field sobriety test and portable breathalyzer test. You also have the right to a Seattle DUI attorney.

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