NHTSA Certified Field Sobriety Testing
Why NHTSA Field Sobriety Test Certification Offers You a More Complete OWI Defense
If a field sobriety test was administered during your OWI stop, whether in Milwaukee or Madison, the results can be used as evidence against you in the court of law. Attorneys with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) field sobriety testing certification, have the ability to recognize and question any possible improper sobriety testing evidence prosecution may attempt to use against you.
OWI Is a Serious Criminal Offense
The police may try to make you think drunk driving is only a simple ticket and possibly a suspended driver’s license, but they are only saying that with their best interests in mind, not yours. OWI’s, even your first offense, are serious and can result in multiple penalties including but not limited to fines, jail time, the loss of your driving license, and even restricted international travel. When stopped and suspected, the police are trying to make the easy collar; get you processed, booked, and plead out before you even know what happened.
Avoid Fee to Plea Focused Attorneys
Attorneys promising you that a quick plea deal is the least stressful and most cost effective route to go, are already focusing on their next client. At Grieve Law we are capable and determined to give you the most complete defense possible.
Why to Find a NHTSA Certified Attorney
If gone unnoticed and unchallenged, improper sobriety testing can provide the evidence needed by the state to prove your guilt. This can include any physical or verbal testing given, or the improper use of a breathalyzer. As certified Wisconsin NHTSA instructors Grieve Law will carefully look at the arresting officer’s field sobriety testing procedure, and search for irregularities that may lessen the evidence’s importance, or even have it thrown out altogether. Attorneys without such certification and training are not capable to provide you with a complete defense of your OWI charge, and leave you unprepared and often unable to prove your innocence.
You are only guilty if you are convicted™