Can Randolph criminal defense attorneys explain defenses for a DWI charge? Of course!
Receiving a DWI charge can be very scary, and being convicted of a DWI can have many future consequences. Oftentimes you may feel as if you have been mistreated in some way, or that somehow you should not have received this charge. You should never settle for the consequences of a charge before consulting an attorney, especially if you feel as if something went wrong in the process. If you have questions about your DWI charge, you should contact a Randolph criminal defense lawyer today!
There are a few defenses to a DWI charge, and you should consult an attorney if you think that one may apply to you! One defense that is not well-known, because it is not very common, is the involuntary intoxication defense. With this defense, the defendant must prove that they were not aware that they voluntarily consumed the substance and that they knew, or should have known, that it was intoxicating, the defense cannot be used. Additionally, the defendant need not prove this defense beyond a reasonable doubt. They only need to prove involuntary intoxication to the jury’s satisfaction. For more information on what this means, or if you think this defense may apply to you, do not hesitate to consult a Randolph DWI lawyer.
Do not hesitate to have a criminal defense attorney help you get the best outcome possible in your case. The Randolph criminal defense attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olson know the requirements of the law and also genuinely care about each and every case presented by their clients. Call at 336-379-0539 today; we are here to help!