The Ins and Outs of Driving Under the Influence Charges



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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 7, 2020

Do you want to expand your criminal practice area but you are scared to venture into the world of driving under the influence charges? Join me during a two hour continuing education course to learn the ins and outs of driving under the influence charges. This course will cover the basics and intricacies that are involved in driving under the influence charges. An overview of the topics areas I will discuss include motions to suppress, how to investigate driving under the influence charges, collecting beneficial evidence, field sobriety exercises, jury selection and the various testing methods that are used to measure an individuals’ blood alcohol content. Creative solutions/ practice tips in this area will be discussed as well.

Attorney Lindsay LawrenceLindsay Lawrence
Lindsay Lawrence was born and raised in South Florida. For her undergraduate studies, she attended the University of Florida where she majored in Political Science. In 2012, she enrolled at the Shepard Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Prior to joining The Malove Law Firm, P.A., Lindsay worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County for over three years, dedicating herself to the defense of indigent people charged with crimes. Lindsay has long been immersed in the criminal justice system. Prior to receiving her juris doctorate, she interned for the Broward Public Defender’s Office and the Milwaukee Public Defenders Office for two separate summer internships. After those internships, Lindsay decided she wanted to see what the other side was like. Lindsay then worked as a Certified Legal Intern for the Broward County State Attorney’s Office where she assisted in prosecuting misdemeanor and domestic violence cases.

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  1. How do I know if I should file a motion to suppress?
  2. The importance of exploring the scene of the incident and gathering evidence.
  3. Questions to ask your client regarding the incident.
  4. What type of questions should I ask the jury?
  5. What are field sobriety exercises and were they administered properly?
  6. Was a proper blood draw performed?