No Probable Cause to Arrest
An even higher level of evidence is required before the police can arrest you for DUI or any other criminal offense in Scottsdale. If they are acting without a warrant, police officers are not permitted to place you under arrest unless they have probable cause to believe that you committed the offense for which you are being arrested. This decision is also subject to review by court once the case is filed. Because Scottsdale police officer will typically administer
Field Sobriety Tests to help them develop probable cause for a DUI arrest, most Scottsdale DUI Lawyers recommend that you refuse to take them.
Attorney Joshua S. Davidson is committed to investigating every aspect of your case. He will identify all the potential weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and help you develop effective strategies to attack them in court. Contact Joshua S. Davidson today for a free consultation and gain the peace of mind you’ve been looking for.