Florida DUI Attorney

April 19, 2018
Orlando DUI Lawyer - Florida DUI Charges Attorney Chad Frost

Understanding Portable Breathalyzers & DUI Charges In Florida

How Do Breathalyzers Work? Many drivers do not know much about breathalyzers and consequently, refuse them when asked by law enforcement. Based on the Implied Consent rule, driving on the roads in Florida is a privilege, and with it comes the rule that you will also consent to any tests for possible drunk driving or driving under the influence.   Types Of Breathalyzers There are several types of portable breathalyzers that are used by the police officers in Florida. Portable devices are carried with officers for use on the road and more sophisticated machines are used at the police station. […]
April 3, 2018
Orlando DUI Lawyer - Florida DUI Charges Attorney Chad Frost

Understanding Your Rights At Florida DUI Checkpoints

How Do DUI Checkpoints Work? In almost every city and town, law enforcement officers will sometimes set up DUI checkpoints. Also known as sobriety checkpoints, this law enforcement activity is most common during the summer and annual holidays like New Year’s Eve, July 4th, Labor Day and so on. The reason is that during this time period the public is more likely to drink and drive. The aim of a DUI checkpoint is to investigate and assess motorists on the road for drunk driving. The majority of the DUI checkpoints are set-up on public roads which also give law enforcement a […]
December 14, 2017
Orlando DUI Lawyer - Florida DUI Charges Attorney Chad Frost

DUI Defense: What Happens If The Cop Didn’t See Me Driving?

Clients often ask my advice when they’re facing DUI (Driving Under the Influence) charges in Florida. Perhaps the most recent question in DUI law that has been brought to my attention is whether the police can make an arrest for DUI without having personally witnessed the suspect behind the wheel, actually driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated and a crash didn’t occur. There are two cases that provide clarity on how your DUI charges might turn out under circumstances like these. The first is a 2011 case, M.W. v. State. (51 So. 3d 1220 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 2011)). In […]