Published on 03/19/2018 11:39 am

How Does a DUI Case Get Thrown Out of Court?


The legal DUI limits in Florida are 0.08 percent for most drivers ages 21 and older, 0.02 percent for drivers under the age of 21, and 0.04 percent for commercial drivers.

Being found guilty or convicted of a DUI in Florida can have serious legal and personal consequences, including heavy fines, loss of employment, limited job prospects, and even jail time. However, some DUI cases are thrown out when people’s constitutional rights are violated at a traffic stop, or when other serious violations occur.

If you have been charged with a Florida DUI, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney in your corner representing you every step of the way. The knowledgeable DUI defense lawyers at Khonsari Law Group can meet with you to discuss your charge and may be able to help you formulate a good legal defense to help you beat your charge in court.

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How Does a DUI Case Get Thrown Out of Court?