Category Archives: Elements of a DUI case

The best Orlando DUI attorneys always challenge the legality of your DUI stop.

Reasonable Suspicion: Did the police stop you illegally?

The normal standard for stopping a car is probable cause. But obviously, since the police will almost never be able to tell if your driving was caused by lack of sleep, an animated conversation, playing with the radio, dropping a cigarette in your lap, an epileptic seizure, or some lawful reason other than alcohol or…

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Orlando DUI case involving a single car accident

Actual Physical Control in Orlando DUI Accident Cases

In every Orlando DUI case, the government must prove that The defendant drove, or was in actual physical control of a vehicle, and Was under the influence of either alcohol beverages or controlled substances to the extent that the driver’s normal faculties are impaired, or had a BAC over .08 See Standard jury instructions in Orlando…

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Standard jury instructions in an Orlando DUI case.

Jury instructions for Orlando DUI cases

In this blog we’ll be walking about the ins and outs of Orlando DUI defense, so I thought it might be helpful to post a quick entry on the actual jury instructions for an Orlando DUI case. In every Orlando drunk driving case (actually, that’s a bit of a misnomer – as you’ll see in…

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Orlando DUI lawyer explains how circumstantial evidence can affect your Orlando drunk driving case.

Circumstantial Evidence in Orlando DUI cases

There are two types of evidence in any Orlando DUI case: Direct Evidence Evidence which straight forwardly shows something, without relying upon inferences or presumptions. examples • Eye-witness testimony • Video tape evidence Circumstantial Evidence Evidence which infers or presumes a certain fact, rather that directly proving the fact. examples • motive to commit the…

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