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When Florida attempts to convict someone of driving under the influence (DUI), prosecution will try to prove that the defendant was either driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level over the legal limit – 0.08% in most situations – or that the defendant was driving under the influence to the extent that his or her normal faculties were impaired.
Police, investigators, and the prosecution begin collecting evidence against the suspect from the moment he or she is pulled over. To re-level the legal playing field, it helps to understand the DUI process in Florida from start to finish. After reading about the process, dial (561) 475-5550 to request a free case evaluation from our professional attorney.
If you already know that you need a criminal defense lawyer’s guidance and advocacy, you can contact Attorney Greg Rosenfeld. As a West Palm Beach DUI lawyer with an impressive history of case results and multiple selections to Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠, you can trust in his law firm to take your case seriously and provide personalized legal counsel that maximizes your chances of securing the best possible outcome.
Remember to contact West Palm Beach DUI Attorney Greg Rosenfeld if you ever need help fighting a DUI charge or license suspension. Call (561) 475-5550 to schedule a free case evaluation.
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