You need an attorney. If you cannot afford one, request the public defender be appointed.You can go to jail on a dui.Ask a similar question
It is very difficult to try to defend yourself for a crime as serious as DUI. Further, just like pilots don't generally train other people how to fly planes without attending a flight school, lawyers won't teach you how to practice law without attending a 3 uear law school and the appropriate training thereafter.
You will need to do your own research in a law library of you want to do the entire case on your own. Also, some of the forms you might need will be at the clerks office.Ask a similar question
Look for an attorney who has a lot of experience defending DUIs. They are in the best position to present any defenses you may have. A DUI conviction stays on your record, affects your insurance rates, and costs a lot of money in the end. If you need a referral, feel free to call. I can recommend an attorney in your area who should be able to help. Initial consultations are generally free. 1-800-517-1614. Good luck.Ask a similar question