Some police departments video record traffic stops, booking and breath tests; but not all do. Your attorney can subpoena the videos if they exist. The points you raise are all good areas for your attorney to inquire about at your trial.
Your attorney should subpoena all existing videos (station-house and squad videos). This should be done as soon as possible after arrest. Most videos, if they exist, are recycled after a certain period of time. If you have not already, consult with an attorney regarding the specifics of your case. More information on DUI defense in Illinois is available at the links below.
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All of the points you raise are relevant to the SSS and the DUI charge and possible motions. The videos should be subpoenaed immediately by your attorney. If you do not have an experienced criminal defense/DUI attorney, get one. Most of us provide free consultations. www.galivanlaw.net
You need a good, aggressive DUI attorney. Most suburban police departments are now equiped with dash-mounted video surveillance cameras which should capture the performance tests and driving. Although some police departments have video surveillance in the station, few have audio. Performance tests must be administered according to the standards set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and any variance will invalidate the results.
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