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What is a motion to suppress?

A motion to suppress is completed by a defense attorney and designed to challenge the reliability of certain facts in a DWI case. These may include the reason for the stop, the law enforcement officer’s reason for probable cause, the administration of standardized field sobriety tests, and the documentation of these tests. If any part of these are falsified, incomplete, or are based in questionable situations, the information may not be used in a DWI case and should be suppressed.

Avoid allowing improper evidence to be used against you in a DWI case. For assistance in seeking to have certain things excluded from consideration in your case, contact the Raleigh DWI defense attorneys at the law offices of Jim Black at 919-600-4609 today.

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