Drunk-driving cases are complicated, and you need an attorney who is familiar with criminal law and your Constitutional rights. Mr. Wallin will first review whether the police had a right to stop you under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and under California Law. He will next determine whether the police had probable cause to believe that you were under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Finally, he will place the burden of proof on the prosecutor to establish beyond any doubt that the breathalyzer was in proper working order, maintained and calibrated according to law, that the test was given by a properly trained officer, and that you took two tests within 15 minutes of each other, that were within .02% of each other, and were within 3 hours of your driving. The team at the firm has many factors to work with to help you win the case. In addition, Mr. Wallin can personally represent you before the judge and at your DMV hearing, saving you valuable time and money and sparing you the embarrassment of appearing in court.