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Fact #11:
After the test and after you are booked for your DUI or DWI, call two (2) people PERSON TO PERSON (COLLECT) so that you have two (2) people that can testify for you at trial that they spoke with you from jail regarding whether or not you had slurred speech. The collect call allows you to have a phone bill to prove that you spoke to the person who will testify about your speech. Police Officers always put in their reports that the defendant had slurred speech because it is a sign of intoxication, this is your evidence to disprove that standardized statement.

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DUI Defenses
1. The Preliminary Alcohol Screening (PAS) Device may not be properly calibrated or maintained;

2. The blood test may not have been properly analyzed;

3. The Chemical breath test machine may be out of calibration or had interference with your test;

4. The Officer may have improperly instructed you, administered, and interpreted your Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs);

5. If you took a breath test, you may have a medical condition know as GERD that interferes with the test giving high results for small amounts of alcohol;

6. You may have chemical tests results that seem high and over the legal limit, but if you just finished drinking be below the legal limit at the time of driving.

These are just a few of the defenses that are available to you, but you must have your attorney subpoena records, re-test blood results, and investigate the case. Remember, just because the police officer and the District Attorney say you are guilty, does not make you guilty.