You are probably familiar with the field sobriety procedure after you’ve been stopped due to reckless driving or, in the state of Florida, reckless boating. If you cannot perform the functions necessary to pass a field sobriety test, you could potentially face serious charges, such as driving under the influence (DUI), boating under the influence (BUI) or even driving under the influence of drugs. If you fail your field sobriety test, you could be charged with a DUI – even if you are sober.
If you are facing charges of a DUI due to failing your field sobriety test, the first thing you should do is to remain calm and enlist highly qualified Miami DUI Defense Attorney Evan A. Hoffman. A highly qualified attorney can assist you if you have been accused of DUI. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you fight your charges.