DUI tend to be more subjective than other legal offenses charged. This is because, in many cases, opinion and interpretation intoxicated by the agent making the arrest forms most of the initial case. Police officers are trained to identify signs that commonly indicate poisoning and certain aspects of the behavior of a driver could be enough to give the agent an erroneous impression of drunkenness.
Moreover, drivers under investigation for DUI sometimes ask them to submit to a preliminary test of drunkenness, usually through a breathalyzer or field sobriety test. However, both tests can be unreliable under certain circumstances; the medical condition of the driver or elements of the surrounding environment can influence the results and may cause a wrong accusation.
Just for these reasons, it is possible to charge someone for DUI under a false premise. A DUI defense attorney can intercede perhaps in the case against his client and find out the base after the charges. If the medical condition of the accused has induced an erroneous charge, your attorney may present evidence explaining why the prosecute or through the weakening of your evidence, you may ask the more willing to negotiate a reduction in charges to a less harmful punishment, such as reckless driving or a similar offense prosecutor.