DUI/ hit and run..now what
My husband left a resident where they had been loading hay, and drinking some beer…on his way home a deer ran in front of his car he tried to swirl to miss it and hit the signs on the corner..it was drivable but it’s a car he takes to work every day so he called the same buddy to put in on the trailer so no hauling cost, someone called in the accident the hwy patrol showed up, while he was loading the car on the trailer, made him blow..1.1 arrested him and he was served two tickets DUI and hit and run.
Answer From DUI Attorney Justin Hunt
First, stop posting facts of the case online. Second, your husband will probably need to hire a DWI attorney. At this point, the government has already started two different actions against your husband: a criminal action for the DWI/ hit and run, and a license revocation for testing over .08. These are 2 separate issues that you will need to fight.
My first thought is I would try to fight the case by pointing out that the officers didn’t actually see him driving and that it would be difficult to determine his blood-alcohol when he was actually behind the wheel. However, this is just speculation. You will need to hire a DWI attorney to investigate further.
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