What Happens When Somebody Retains Your Services For A DUI Case?
Attorney Myles Berman explains when somebody hires us, the first thing we do is to get an intake questionnaire which gets a lot of information about them and about the facts of their case. Then, as part of our new client packet, we send them a big thick questionnaire where we ask them a lot of facts about themselves and a lot of facts about their case so we can learn more about them that we haven’t learned otherwise, in talking to them over the phone or in person. Also, we request everything we can get our hands on, get a request to the DMV. The prosecution is supposed to give us everything they have. We look to see if they have any audio tapes or any video tapes. Of course, in each case, everything is depending on the facts of the particular case. It can help to determine what it is we get and what it is that we look for. We almost always hire a toxicologist to testify in court in our DUI cases.
Somebody who is really familiar with how alcohol is absorbed into the body and drugs, be it marijuana, prescription or illegal, where they understand how these drugs affect the system and the person’s ability to be impaired or not be impaired. When there are accidents or even sometimes when there aren’t accidents, if the client is able to do so, we would recommend to hire an accident reconstructionist not only to help evaluate what happened or transpired but also to assist in the defense because there are oftentimes different interpretations on what happened as it relates to the cause of the accident. 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.
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