Are More DUI Cases Settled With Plea Agreements As Opposed To Going To Trial?
Attorney Myles Berman explains most people who get arrested for DUI plead guilty. The statistics are probably close to 90% or greater. Deciding whether or not to accept a negotiated plea offer or plea deal is just determined by the individual bound to each case and the particular person. So, for example, if we are able to get a great result on a non-alcohol related offense offered to us as a DUI, a first offense, a second offense or a third offense or even a fourth offense or a felony then the pros and cons of going for the sure thing is always discussed versus the risk that a person could lose or could win big by going to trial. So there is no specific formula to determine whether or not somebody should go to trial.
The decision is made with each client in each individual case. There are no DUI cases that I have seen which are exactly alike. Each DUI case be it alcohol or drugs is different from any other. That’s because each case has a specific client with specific facts with a specific prosecutor, with a specific judge, with specific police officers or a police officer. So there is no typical DUI case. In our judgment each DUI case is unique and we treat each client by focusing on the uniqueness of their particular case. Contact Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman serving clients throughout Southern California and he will represent you with the care and attention you expect.
Description: Most people who get arrested for DUI plead guilty.
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