You probably know that for those driving their car with excess alcohol the Law has rather strict penalties that can even cause suspense of licence or disqualification from driving. Most people suffer greatly from such penalties as without a car they cannot function properly in respect of their professional and personal life. Still, there can be such cases when the court may decide to choose a shorter term of the ban and even avoid disqualification. Mortgage loan calculator
Ukraine travel info odessa apartments for rent in the center. I have particular experience in excess alcohol offences and I have included one of these drink driving cases below.
My client was charged to be driving while intoxicated having in 100 millilitres of breath 52 micrograms of alcohol. Near his own house he became a participant of a small collision with another car. In the house there were his wife and a friend waiting for him so he entered the house. Before the accident he had already had a minor portion of alcohol but he was not over the allowed limit. As he was enduring minor stress, he drank two whiskies in the house to settle his nerves. After the police arrived in a short period of time, he applied a breathalyzer test, was detained, and accused after some time.
I was hired to defend him. He had a defence to the accusation as he had been within the legal limit at the moment of driving. There was used a defence that is known as ‘the hip flask defence’ or ‘post-driving consumption’. Nevertheless, it was not a simple task to manifest this defence to the police. It was necessary to prove this defence in the court by medical evidence (displaying the hypothetical level of alcohol concentration without the whiskies). Also I had to call his family and a friend to witness that he had consumed the whiskies after he had committed a collision. I was his legal representative in the court and he was found not guilty.