Candid Answers To Your Criminal Defense Questions
If you are facing criminal charges, knowing your rights can make the difference between an acquittal and conviction. At Reisinger Booth & Associates, we know that the gateway to overcoming legal obstacles is knowledge. We want to empower you by informing you of your rights and give you the answers you need to plan for the best possible outcome in your case.
Can I Refuse A Breath Test?
While you can legally refuse to take a field sobriety test during a DUI stop, it is unlawful to refuse a breath test in Nebraska. When you received your driver’s license, you provided your implied consent to take a breath test if asked by police. If you fail a breath test, you can be arrested and face additional penalties to DUI charges.
In addition, your refusal to consent can be used against you in court as evidence.
What Should I Expect From My Criminal Defense Attorney?
When you establish reasonable expectations about the representation you will receive, you will be better able to make informed decisions throughout the process.
With over 25 years of experience, we know what these expectations should be. You should expect to be represented by an attorney who:
- Is invested in your case
- Has access to outside resources
- Will work with you one-on-one
- Will fight to mitigate the consequences of charges
Our Nebraska lawyers have a track record of exceeding clients’ expectations and providing premier criminal defense representation in every case.