You might be able to win the case. It depends on what the breath the showed, if admissible, and exactly what you said about drinking and whether the odor of an alcoholic beverage was on your breath. Your chances of winning or at least avoiding a license suspension that goes along with a conviction are increased dramatically if you hire a seasoned criminal defense attorneyAsk a similar question
Only an attorney with knowledge of your specific facts can advise you on the likelihood that any defense has of success. However, even if the facts are not good for you, an attorney will be able to help you determine whether you have options to get out of the case without a conviction and/or a license suspension. You should mail in a plea of not guilty and consult with a local defense attorney as soon as possible.
This answer is provided is for informational purposes only. It is intended to provide general information and does not create an attorney-client relationship with me or my law office. Nothing here should be relied upon as legal advice, and only an attorney with knowledge of your specific case can give you advice as to how the law applies. Nothing in this response creates an attorney-client relationship and therefore these communications cannot be treated as privileged or confidential.Ask a similar question
I would need more information to ascertain your chances at winning at trial, but I can tell you that you would need a criminal defense attorney to have a realistic chance of winning. Breathalyzer tests are not admissible in court, but your confession normally would be. Hamm's Beer does exist. It used to be an independent brewery, but is now owned by MillerCoors.Ask a similar question
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