Facing A Drunk Driving Charge? Let Us Educate And Empower You.

A drunk driving charge can happen to almost anyone – especially the way the current laws are written. If you have even a small amount of alcohol in your system, you can end up charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while ability impaired (DWAI).

What is the difference? It is only a matter of degree. A DUI charge means that your blood alcohol content is high enough to support a charge of drunk driving even if you did not seem impaired. A DWAI charge means that you have alcohol or a combination of alcohol and drugs — even legal prescriptions and over-the-counter medications — in your system that affect your ability to drive even to the slightest degree.

Many variables affect the outcomes of a case. You need a lawyer to assess each factor of yours. You need an explanation of your options. You need help to see all the possibilities. Let the legal team of Eric A. Sunness, Attorney At Law, LLC, give you the knowledge and power to overcome these charges.

You Never Win Unless You Fight Back

Many people believe that there is no way to defeat a DUI/DWAI charge when there is a breath or blood test showing alcohol or drugs in your system and the arresting officer says you were acting impaired.

That is simply not true. There are numerous effective ways to challenge – and defeat – a DUI/DWAI charge, including:

  • Challenging the rationale, or probable cause, behind the traffic stop
  • Questioning the accuracy of the Breathalyzer or blood test
  • Investigating the training and skills of the person who administered the test
  • Examining medical conditions that may have mimicked alcohol impairment

These are only some of the ways you can overcome these charges. What is the only sure way to end up with a conviction? Giving up. Remember: Pleading guilty does nothing to minimize the consequences of a DUI/DWAI.

An Attorney Who Wrote A Book On Drunk Driving Defenses

Attorney Eric A. Sunness has nearly 30 years of experience in criminal defense and has represented over 2,000 people in drunk driving cases alone. He even wrote a book on how to defend against DUI and DWAI charges in Colorado. Put his experience to work for you today by calling our office at 970-493-3600 or contact us online. Initial consultations are free.