A Positive Perspective – At trial, it is imperative to present a positive perspective of the relevant facts. The ultimate goal is to present a logical explanation for the defendant’s allegedly erratic driving behavior. Officers will skew evidence favorably for the prosecution, so defendants must also present an alternate perspective. This provides the jury with an opportunity to select the most credible explanation.
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It is most universally accepted that the indicators of intoxication are fatally flawed because sober individuals can be characterized as drunk drivers. According to legislative findings, there are approximately 60 pathological conditions that exhibit symptoms of alcohol consumption, despite the lack of alcohol being present. Alcohol symptoms may be the product of illness or medication, insulin overdose or deficiency, nervous system injuries, concussions, or hypoglycemia. Nevertheless, officers are adamant that their observations conclusively prove intoxication. [Read more…]