Sunday, October 25, 2015
When you are flagged down for DUI/OWI, you will, in all likelihood, be tested for blood alcohol content (BAC). Breathalyzers and blood draws are used; with the latter obtainable generally with a search warrant if you refuse a breathalyzer test or the test generates inconclusive data. While blood testing is deemed more accurate than a breathalyzer test, it can be disputed as part of your defense. Lawyers in Indianapolis, such as Eric L. Risk, Attorney At Law, will know when a blood draw or a blood test result may be held in dispute.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Some people may be employed by organizations that require the highest degree of professionalism, while in the office or away from it. However, what if such employees find themselves under fire for a DUI offense? They would need attorneys who can represent them and help clear their names of the charge. Example A good example is the recent DUI arrest of a member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Indianapolis. Justin Mack of the Indianapolis Star reports that Robert Middleton was caught for alleged DUI in Carmel, Hamilton County in the early hours of August 22, 2015. Further background checks revealed that the suspect was the assistant special-agent-in-charge of the FBI’s Indianapolis field office.