I cannot tell you how many times I have heard “can I get the case dismissed because the officer misspelled my name?” Nope… a San Diego DUI police report is not a magic spell. Missing a fine point does not make a San Diego DUI disappear.
However, it is a breadcrumb down a path that possibly the officer made errors which call into question whether someone is impaired.
Police make mistakes. A report is where you begin to scratch the surface of a San Diego DUI. The report is written several hours (and sometimes days) after a San Diego arrest. Their original notes are destroyed. Did they miss facts? Is the officer using a cut and paste template to write the report?
These human mistakes in such a fine tune process as a San Diego DUI investigation begin to call in question what actually was going on at the time of the incident.
So…a misspelled name does not erase a San Diego DUI. However, it begins to pave the path into really looking to whether a proper San Diego DUI investigation was carried out.
Hire a Proactive, affordable, and quality defense when you are facing San Diego DUI charges. Whether you have been charged of a San Diego DUI, Poway DUI, La Mesa DUI, Santee DUI, Mission Valley DUI, Clairemont DUI, Point Loma DUI, La Jolla DUI, Carmel Valley DUI, Mira Mesa DUI, Pacific Beach DUI, Del Mar DUI, Carmel Valley DUI, Encinitas DUI, Oceanside DUI, Ocean Beach DUI, Escondido DUI, Vista DUI, San Marcos DUI, Carlsbad DUI, El Cajon DUI it is vital you need to hire an attorney who knows how to defend your rights and can determine if the government can prove their case. Contact the Law Office of Mark Deniz now for a free case evaluation at (858) 751-4384 or send an email to [email protected]Below is an article about an Imperial Beach checkpoint for St Patricks day DUI weekend checkpoints. Be safe folks.
Sobriety Checkpoint Will Be Held in Imperial Beach IB This Weekend
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department will host a checkpoint in Imperial Beach to nab St. Patrick’s Day drinkers.
Green beer lovers beware. The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department will be out in force this weekend looking to nab St. Patrick’s Day revelers who drink and drive.
A sobriety checkpoint operation will be held within the city of Imperial Beach from 8 p.m. Sunday to 2:30 a.m. Monday, according to the department, which withheld the exact location.
In addition, deputies will conduct extra patrols over the weekend because of the holiday.