It sounds like you want to go to trial and you very well may have some legitimate defenses. There are many good DUI lawyers in Orlando and you should consult with some to see what they can do to help you. It is rare when a DUI case gets dismissed but a lawyer can file motions to suppress some of the evidence and if granted by the Court, many prosecutors will drop the charge. I get the feeling that you feel that you were not guilty and if that is the case, you should consider going to a Jury trial.
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An experienced DWI lawyer can help you. Be sure to look for a member of the National College of DUI Defenders. There is never a slam dunk case for someone accused of a crime but you have some good facts in your favor.
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Sounds like you have a good chance at getting this charge reduced or dismissed entirely. However, you cannot do this on your own - contact an Orlando DUI attorney for a free consultation.
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Getting a DUI dismissed before trial is usually based on an illegal initial stop. Other than that, it is unlikely. It sounds like the state's case against you is weak. More likely outcome for you are that you do a diversion program that results in dismissal, you plead to a lesser crime of reckless driving, or you take the case to trial.
What ever your decision, I recommend you hire an experienced attorney to go over the evidence in order to help you make the best decision.
It really depends on how the officer wrote up the police report and what he may say that is different under oath. You may feel that you excellent on the exercises but he most likely indicated that you did poorly. Much more is needed to determine if this is a good case for trial.