The Notice of Intent to Suspend is a critical document in Vermont civil DUI practice. Vermont civil DUI law requires a driver issued a Notice of Intent to Suspend complete the reverse side of the form and make sure that it is received by Vermont Department of Motor Vehicle’s Commissioner’s Read more…
Vermont DUI Attorneys – Defense Services
Defending DUIs in Vermont is part of our daily practice at Burke Law. In order to convict you of driving under the influence, the State is required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were intoxicated at the time you were operating your vehicle. The State typically has two types of evidence against you. The first is your performance on field sobriety tests. The second is your blood alcohol content (BAC) as measured either by a breath or blood sample. There are several ways to challenge the admissibility and accuracy of the State’s evidence. An experienced Burke Law DUI attorney can uncover where the State will have problems using this evidence against you to get you the best possible outcome for your case.