Were the field sobriety tests and the chemical tests used to gather evidence against you in your Mesa DUI arrest valid and reliable? How will you know — and how will the prosecutor know — if those tests were done properly and produced results that can be trusted?
The stakes are high after you have been arrested in Mesa. You know this, which is why you are exploring this website and considering contacting a DUI defense lawyer. At Rosenstein Law Group, we urge you to look for a law firm that employs aggressive DUI defense strategies. Look for a drunk driving law firm whose attorney or attorneys have training and certification related to the chemical tests that were used by police before your DUI arrest in Mesa.
Rosenstein Law Group aggressively challenges the prosecution's evidence against our clients in every way that we can substantiate. In particular, we often find that police cannot back up their claims that a driver was impaired, on the basis of chemical tests such as these:
- Breath tests: Was the Breathalyzer working properly? Had it been tested and calibrated?
- Urine test: What evidence can police give to prove that the urine sample was not tampered with? Was the client informed of his or her right to refuse to submit to a urine sampling test?
- Blood draw tests: How much time had elapsed between the time of the arrest and the blood test? Were there mitigating circumstances, such as a physical condition that could have skewed the results?
Contact a Mesa DUI Chemical Testing Lawyer
Attorney Craig Rosenstein is confident that he can offer valuable advice that will make it worth your while to request a free initial consultation. Call or e-mail the law firm to learn how our lawyers can help defend you after a chemical test was used by police to claim that you were driving drunk in Mesa or anywhere in Arizona.