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Isn't everyone arrested for a DUI guilty?


A: Absolutely not. We call this "The Guilt Myth." There are countless ways in which a person could be falsely accused. Field Sobriety Tests and breathalyzers, for example, are extremely unreliable. When having a blood alcohol level of 0.08 is a crime and 0.079 is not, and when alcohol absorption is a time-sensitive process that varies with a person's metabolism, a false accusation is real possibility that countless Americans have been the victim of. The notion that everyone who is accused of a DUI is guilty is a damaging myth that even some lawyers believe. No attorney who believes this myth, however unconsciously, is qualified to represent you. If you believe you are innocent of the charges against you, you need to find an attorney who will will fight to prove just that.