DUI Less Safe
Fight Less Safe Charges With Aggressive Representation From Our Savannah DUI Attorneys
DUI is widely recognized as a charge applicable to those operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) above the legal limit of .08%. Less acknowledged is the fact that even a driver with a BAC below the legal limit is susceptible to a DUI charge in Georgia. State law deems it illegal to drive if alcohol, regardless of the amount, is thought to have caused impaired driving abilities. Drivers in this category are charged with DUI less safe.
These charges are no more lenient compared to standard DUI charges. With fines and incarceration on the line, you cannot afford to go unrepresented. Contact our Savannah DUI less safe attorneys to defend your case today.
Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC offers a free case review to Savannah drivers charged with DUI less safe. Call us today for yours: (912) 417-5008.
What Is DUI Less Safe?
Unlike the state’s per se DUI laws that punish drivers based on their blood alcohol concentration levels, the DUI less safe law can charge drivers within the legal consumption limit if their driving is deemed to be unsafe because of it. The law may also be applied to DUI cases where the user is showing impaired abilities from drugs.
How Is DUI Less Safe Proven?
To be charged with DUI less safe, the arresting officer must be able to prove that the driver was rendered incapable of driving safely due to the quantity of alcohol or drugs in their system. Without sufficient evidence that the driver’s abilities were hindered, a conviction is difficult.
In order to show impairment arresting officers will normally ask the driver to perform several field sobriety tests. During testing, the officer will be looking for any evidence of impairment caused by intoxication. This could include, balancing issues, not following instructions, and other impairments.
However, our attorneys will diligently examine the field sobriety testing to build a defense and fight to show that you were capable of safely operating your vehicle.
DUI Less Safe Penalties
DUI less safe cases carry the same penalties as a DUI, per se. That being said, convicted drivers will face a misdemeanor charge, a fine of $1,000, up to one year in jail. DUI programs, community service, and even clinical evaluations.
Do not give up the fight. If you or a loved one have been charged with a DUI less safe in Savannah, contact Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC. Our lawyers offer the aggressive defense necessary to protect your future.
Get the professional representation you need to fight this charge. Contact Schneider Lerch Bronston, LLC today.
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