Can You Represent Me In a DUI Trial?
DUI cases can be complicated affairs, often involving multiple parties and a high degree of error by law enforcement officers. With the help of our Pittsburgh DUI lawyers, you may be able to avoid having to go to trial altogether. But in cases where it’s to your advantage to go to DUI trial, it’s a good idea to enlist the help of an experienced Pennslyvania criminal defense attorney.
At Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC, we have years of experience helping people charged with DUI offenses avoid the worst possible penalties—and we do so through skilled legal representation.
5 Ways Our Pittsburgh DUI Lawyers Can Represent You at Trial
Your defense will rest on a number of factors including ensuring that you receive a fair trial, proving that your version of events took place, and questioning the legality of a prosecutor’s evidence. Each of these tasks is best achieved through a clear understanding of Pennsylvania law and the legal implications of a DUI trial.
- Strategically Defending You — At Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC, we’ll fight to give you the most strategic defense possible, which can involve getting inadmissible evidence dismissed, calling into question police conduct and prosecutorial wrongdoing, and questioning the accuracy of roadside and chemical sobriety testing.
- Proving Your Case — We’ll work with you, and collect testimony from others, to prove that your version of events took place. Often, this means finding key witnesses who can speak to your level of intoxication (or lack thereof), and who can provide evidence that directly disputes a prosecution’s version of events.
- Questioning Evidence — Roadside sobriety and chemical tests often yield faulty results that can work against you. Furthermore, not all evidence brought against a person charged with a DUI is legally admissible. If evidence is the result of a test that has since been proven faulty or was illegally acquired, it may be possible to get that evidence dismissed entirely. In these cases, we’ll fight to prevent a prosecutor from using such evidence as part of his or her prosecution.
- Disputing Statements ¬— If you were arrested for a DUI, a police officer may have asked you questions and recorded your responses without your knowing. If the prosecution attempts to use these responses as statements at a DUI trial and the police officer had failed to read you your Miranda Rights, we’ll fight to ensure that whatever you said unknowingly won’t be used against you.
- Providing Personalized Attention — At Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC, we pride ourselves on providing one-on-one attention to all of our clients. We know that individual attention leads to a stronger attorney-client relationship and results in a better defense for your case. As we defend you, you’ll receive the personalized attention you deserve.
Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC Can Represent You
If you’re facing DUI charges and are considering whether to take your case to DUI trial, contact us today. Our experienced Pittsburgh DUI attorneys will fight your charges by providing you with judicious, legal, and strategic representation. We’ll make sure that the law is working with you, not against you. For a free, initial case evaluation, call us at (412) 281-2146.