Woodstock VA DUI Lawyer Reviews: If you have been charged with a Woodstock VA DUI or other traffic offense, call Bob Keefer right now to schedule your Free, no obligation case evaluation. Bob will share his over 30 years of experience and training in DUI Defense and assess the Government’s case against you. You can contact Bob HERE or call him at 540.433.6906. His number is answered by a human operator 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Bob’s Reviews: Birdeye Reviews, Avvo Reviews & Google Reviews
Woodstock VA DUI Lawyer Reviews: In our modern society a DUI charge and conviction can have a tremendously negative effect on one’s life. The media seems to assume that just because you are charged you are guilty. The media assumes that not being able to “Pass” the roadside gymnastics means that one is impaired. And the media surmises that the breath test contraption must be correct no matter how disjointed the number generated by this box has with the reality of one’s driving and one’s level of physical control.
Woodstock VA DUI Lawyer Reviews: On the subject of the standardized field sobriety tests (SFSTs), the authors of the tests, Burns and Schuster, always maintained that the SFSTs are not impairment tests. Burns and Schuster explained that one could not construct reliable impairment tests to be give at the side of the road. Instead, the SFSTs when administered properly, with the correct instructions and scoring, could generate a probability of a blood alcohol content (BAC) over the legal limit. The SFSTs are not pass or fail tests. If the Officer talks about passing or failing the test he or she does not understand the concept behind the SFSTs.
Woodstock VA DUI Lawyer Reviews: On the subject of the evidential breath test gadget, Virginia choose the cheapest contraption generally available. Virginia choose the EC/IR II despite the EC/IR II’s failure to use the IR feature to quantify the subject breath alcohol content (BrAC) levels. Instead, the gizmo uses only the EC (electrochemical also called fuel cell) to quantify the BrAC. It does not double check its EC number with the IR (infrared) number. Why not? Don’t they agree? Virginia does not have an answer to those questions.