Getting stopped by a police officer is always an unsettling experience, and being asked to get out of the car and perform field sobriety tests—on video—is embarrassing and humiliating. That said, if you’re accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you could:
What's more, refusing a breathalyzer won’t get you off the hook for a suspected DUI; if you refuse a breath test in Florida, you could end up having your license suspended for a year or even being charged with a separate crime.
If you want to keep your license and protect your record, time is of the essence. That’s why our DUI lawyers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Keep in mind: you could be found not guilty of the DUI charge and still lose your license. You only have 10 days from a DUI arrest to protect your driver’s license in a DUI administrative hearing. We will aggressively represent you in this process—something the Public Defender’s Office will not do.
The DUI lawyers at our firm are highly experienced with handling the various charges DUI, including enhanced DUIs and marijauna DUIs. We represent all types of clients facing DUI charges—from those who have never been arrested to repeat offenders—and provide them with the guidance they need to overcome the challenges a DUI will cause.
At Aaron Delgado & Associates, our attorneys are innovative in developing DUI defense strategies and meet regularly to discuss our cases, leaving no aspect of any case unconsidered. We understand the technology and the equipment used by arresting officers, and we work with former police officers who are experts in chemical testing procedures to help us most effectively call the arresting officer's conclusions into question.
The State of Florida uses the Intoxilyzer breath test machine to measure a person’s blood alcohol content by shooting an infrared light through your breath sample and analyzing the rate of infrared absorption.
However, there are many factors that can affect whether the Intoxilyzer is accurately capturing a person’s impairment or not—including the Intoxilyzer’s reliability.
If you need a DUI lawyer in Daytona Beach, please do not hesitate to contact our office. We regularly fight breathalyzer results, field sobriety exercises, and more to get the best DUI results possible for each of our clients’ charges. Our lawyers are available for emergency calls 24/7, 365 days a year at 386-222-6677.
While Intoxilyzer breath test machines are currently used throughout the country to measure the blood alcohol content in a person’s breath, there is no equivalent measuring device for marijuana. That leaves urine testing as the current method for detecting “drugged” drivers.
The DUI lawyers at Aaron Delgado & Associates are passionate about defending our clients’ rights to possess and use CBD, hemp, and medical marijuana. If you or a loved one have been wrongfully arrested for driving while high in Florida, contact our firm at 386-222-6677so we can help you fight marijuana-impaired driving charges.
The consequences of a DUI (sometimes called DWI or OUI in other states) are severe. In addition to the loss of your driver's license, you could be subject to thousands of dollars in fines, a drastic increase in your insurance premiums, jail time, and more. If you’re a commercial driver, you will lose your commercial driver's license (CDL)—which could also mean losing your job.
We know the law and we know your rights. Let us help you make sure they are scrupulously honored. Firm Partner Aaron Delgado is a Criminal Trial Lawyer who lectures throughout Florida on DUI and trial law, and is a Member of the National College of DUI Defense.
Speaking with an experienced Daytona Beach DUI lawyer within 24 hours of your DUI arrest can significantly improve your chances of having a successful DUI defense. Contact our firm today at 386-222-6677 so we can begin aggressively working on your DUI defense.
We have law offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand. We offer a free initial consultation and flexible payment plans for DUI charges.