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There are many ways in which these tests can be inaccurate or falsely administered by the police. They are held to high standards of evidence gathering, and quite often these standards are not upheld, either out of the emotion during the arrest, improper training, or some other factor. When this occurs, it means the prosecution's case is vulnerable, and there may be hope for a dropped DUI charge altogether.

At Thomas & Paulk, our Tampa DUI lawyers know that no evidence is completely infallible in a DUI case and there is a long distance between an arrest and a conviction. For this reason, if you have been accused of drinking and driving, you should not hesitate to contact our firm as soon as possible.

We know the ways in which these forms of evidence can be challenged, and we know how to protect your legal rights. Call us today at (813) 321-7323 to schedule your free initial consultation.

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At Thomas & Paulk, one of our primary focuses is on the defense of DUI charges. In fact, we are recognized throughout the Tampa area as one of the premier DUI defense law firms. Our team is well-versed in this area of the law and has a wide-expanse of experience in helping our clients fight against such charges.

It doesn’t matter if this is your first offense or your third, you can count on our firm to protect your legal rights. Often, our defense starts with recounting with you how the police officer came to stop you in the first place and how he or she came to believe you may be under the influence of alcohol. If the stop was illegal, or the tests were improperly administered, we may be able to argue for the dismissal of that evidence in court, helping your chances of a dropped charge.

If you would like to learn more about how our team can help, contact us today.

  • If you're arrested for DUI, you only have 10 days to schedule a DMV hearing where you can fight to save your license.

  • A blood alcohol reading of 0.15% or more can warrant an aggravated DUI charge with harsher penalties.

  • Each year, Hillsborough County issues around 4,000 DUI citations. Out of these, more than 3,000 are found guilty.

  • Per Florida's zero-tolerance policy, anyone under the age of 21 who tests positive for any measurable blood alcohol can be charged with DUI.

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