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Three less common defenses to a DUI

If you have been accused of driving under the influence in Minnesota, you will want to do everything you can in order to defend yourself against the charge. Being charged with a DUI can have far-reaching implications on your life.

It can lead to the loss of your license, which could make it difficult for you to get to work, and it can also make you feel isolated and unable to easily leave your home.

These consequences are why it is important to learn about some of the less common ways to defend yourself from a DUI charge. If you think that the most obvious forms of defense will not work for you, it is a good idea to consider the following defenses and reflect on whether they would apply to your individual situation.

Your blood alcohol concentration was lower when you were actually driving

If you had a drink immediately before a 10 minute car journey, it is likely that the alcohol had not yet entered your blood stream while you were driving. However, if you were pulled over at the end of your journey and asked to perform a Breathalyzer test a few minutes later, you may have been found to be over the legal limit. You may be able to argue that you were never actually driving with an illegal blood alcohol concentration.

The police acted improperly

You may believe that the police violated your rights in some way or even manipulated the situation to fake the evidence or the report. In a situation like this, you should take action.

It is important that you understand the many possible defenses against a DUI in. Minnesota.

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