At Fife Luneau, P.C., our Denver DUI attorneys never back down from a case when our client’s wellbeing and future freedoms are hanging in the balance. Throughout our careers, we have litigated thousands of cases, many of which seemed “unwinnable” to law firms of less experience. In some cases, such as People v. K.B., there is apparently an overwhelming stack of evidence that all point towards our client’s guilt, but we still find a way to defeat it in court.
Key Details of People v. K.B.
Our client was accused of driving under the influence (DUI) with an apparently high blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level. According to the statements gathered against our client, they were driving down the wrong side of the highway when pulled over.
Further based on the reports, our client allegedly:
- Slurred their speech when talking to officers
- Had bloodshot and watery eyes
- Exhibited unsteady balance
- Smelled of alcohol when speaking
- Failed three field sobriety tests
Despite this alleged evidence held by the prosecution, we were not willing to give up on our client and wedge them into a plea deal. Instead, our Denver DUI attorneys got to work on deconstructing the prosecution’s case and challenging each piece of evidence. When faced with a powerful defense that demands justice and honesty, many “strong” prosecutions start to get shaky. By the time the trial was finished, our client was acquitted of a DUI/DWAI in the Jefferson County Court.
No DUI Case is Hopeless – Call (720) 408-7130 to Start a Defense
When you are arrested for a DUI, you are certainly going to be told by the police that you stand no chance at defending your rights and driving privilege. Do not pay any heed to this common intimidation tactic. Instead, use your first phone call to dial (720) 408-7130 and talk to a team member from Fife Luneau, P.C. We have a reputation for securing success against difficult odds, and we would be glad to have the opportunity to prove it to you in your own case.
Contact us at any time. We are available 24/7 for client emergencies.
(Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Each case is different. Many of our cases have also been won on pretrial motions to suppress and/or dismiss as well as through successful negotiations with prosecutors. Our complete list of jury trial and pretrial victories is too voluminous to list.)