OWI 1st Reduced Because of Illegal Traffic Stop
Grieve Law is Your Best Chance to Get Charges Reduced or Dropped
If you have been cited with an OWI—whether civil or criminal—it is vitally important to hire an attorney who has experience in dealing with issues surrounding one of the key events in your case: the traffic stop. The vast majority of OWI cases begin with a traffic stop. Thus, it is important to know whether the stop was legal. Ordinary traffic violations, such as speeding or a burned out headlight, can serve as the starting point for a costly and burdensome OWI arrest.
However, not all traffic stops are legal.
Traffic Stop Laws
If there are insufficient facts to support the basis for the stop or if the proper procedure wasn’t followed, then there is a chance the key evidence in your case, such as field sobriety tests, chemical test results, or your own statements, could be thrown out. In addition, a stop which is legal at its inception can become illegal if the scope or duration of the stop exceeds its initial purpose and is not justified by additional facts.
How to Reduce Drunk Driving to Reckless Driving or Other Lesser Charges
A good OWI defense attorney will help know what issues to look for on your case and will skillfully litigate these issues to get you the best possible outcome. Attorneys at Grieve Law have a track record of successfully challenging illegal traffic stops to get OWI cases reduced or dropped.