Drunk Driving Defense Attorney
Attorney Craig Rosenstein believes that knowledge of the science and forensics of a DUI case is an integral part of a successful defense. He and his legal team review the forensic evidence in your case (whether it is a blood test, breath test, urine test or a combination of tests) to ensure that the tests were reliable and accurate. You need that level of advocacy when your future is at stake.
In addition to his extensive experience as a drunk driving defense lawyer, Mr. Rosenstein is trained in:
- Field sobriety testing
- Forensic blood testing
- Urine testing
- Intoxilyzer 8000 breath testing
With knowledge of the administration of all testing, the founder of the Rosenstein Law Group has effectively challenged the accuracy of evidence against his clients.
Using Science to Build a Strong DUI Defense for You
The attorneys at the Rosenstein Law Group obtain and review the forensic evidence of the specific tests that each client underwent after being arrested on suspicion of DUI.
For a client who underwent a breath test, this means that the attorneys will likely request and review the breath testing sequence and the COBRA data for the machine (if available). For a client who underwent a blood test, this means that the attorneys will likely request and review the scientific information about the client's specific blood test, as well as information regarding the calibration of the blood testing machine and information regarding other blood tests run along with the client's blood test (as crime labs typically test multiple blood samples at the same time).
Overall, the attorneys at the Rosenstein Law Group are keenly focused on reviewing the forensic evidence in each case to make sure that no errors or issues could have tainted or affected the client's test result.
Further, Rosenstein Law Group attorneys often call upon forensics experts to provide their expertise for a certain case. In addition to the tangible results of testing, these experts also know about the effects of alcohol and drugs on a driver and how they impact a person's ability to operate a motor vehicle. They also testify on crime lab protocol, operations, quality control and overall forensic evidence analysis.
These qualified professionals perform an independent, technical review of testing data, comparing procedures, protocols and results with standards based on strict regulations. They use automated blood alcohol analysis systems, gas chromatograph/mass spectrometers and other instrumentation to interpret data. For field sobriety testing, the expert evaluates documented performance on field sobriety tests based on strict standards set by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and other entities.
Findings are prepared for courtroom testimony that focuses on the scientific facts and scientific and legal issues interpretation. Incorporating that data into a strong DUI defense can make the difference between conviction and acquittal.
Contact an Arizona DWI Lawyer for a Free Initial Consultation
Contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 480-248-7666 to request a free initial consultation with a DUI forensics lawyer. We will provide you the information you need about the next steps after a DUI arrest in Tempe, Scottsdale or elsewhere in Arizona.