DUI law can be complicated, but our experienced team has the knowledge to recognize a variety of opportunities to advise and to defend you in the best way possible. If your case goes to trial, we will research the incident and do what we can to prove your innocence. Many DUI cases, however, settle out of court, and in that case our legal team will work hard to negotiate a dismissal or settlement for you that has the kind of terms you can live with.

Types of Traffic Offenses

The qualified team at Sasser Law Office can help defend you if you face the following charges:

  • Driving and Traffic Offenses
  • Driver’s License Hearings and Appeals
  • DUI (Driving Under the Influence)
  • DWP (Driving Without Privileges)
  • Reckless Driving

DUI in Idaho

What To Do

In the state of Idaho, you may be stopped by the police and asked to pull over based upon what is referred to as “probable cause.” This means the officer suspects that you are driving while intoxicated based on behaviors such as swerving, erratic driving, or driving without signaling. They may also pull you over is there is something visibly wrong with your vehicle, such as a broken headlight or windshield.

Once pulled over, the officer may determine you have a few signs of intoxication and can perform a road side sobriety test. Whether you take a breath test after this or not, an officer can determine if there is probably cause of driving intoxicated and move forward with an arrest.

You can refuse to take a blood-alcohol breathalyzer test, should the officer request one, however, you will lose your license for a year with no restricted license privileges. The level of your blood alcohol can help determine legal presumption of intoxication as well as contribute to a more serious charge in some cases.

If you are faced with a DUI charge, let the team at Sasser Law Office help. We will entertain all avenues of resolution and help get you back to living your life as soon as possible.

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