Attorney Nathan J. Dineen – 100% Wisconsin DUI Defense
If you are serious about aggressively fighting your Wisconsin DUI Charge, you must hire a DUI Defense Attorney. You cannot afford not to!
It is important to know the difference between a criminal defense attorney and a Defense Attorney. A DUI can be a criminal offense, so it would make sense to look in that direction for an attorney, however, their practice is a general overview of all criminal charges. A WI DUI Defense Attorney has skills, qualifications, and certifications in many areas specific to DUI Defense. DUI Attorney Nathan J. Dineen solely practices DUI Defense in Wisconsin.
Trained in Wisconsin DUI Blood and Breath Test Equipment
The equipment used for Wisconsin DUI Blood and Breath Tests must be operated by a trained technician or police officer. Attorney Dineen has been trained in the calibration, maintenance, and has expertise in anatomy, biology, chemistry, physiology, and toxicology. With this training, an experienced Defense Attorney has the ability to determine any and all flaws or issues with the blood or breath test equipment.
Certification as a Field Sobriety Test Instructor
Attorney Nathan Dineen is a Certified Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor. This is an extremely important factor! A Wisconsin police officer will have a Wisconsin DUI Impaired Driver perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFST). Every police officer is trained to administer each test properly. A criminal defense attorney may have knowledge of the SFSTs, but Defense Attorney Nathan Dineen actually teaches other Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorneys the proper procedure and specifics of the SFSTs. This certification allows Attorney Dineen to review the Arrest Videos of the SFSTs and determine whether proper procedure was followed by the police officer. Attacking Field Sobriety Tests is a fundamental defense to a Charge.
Certified Drug Recognition Evaluator (DRE)
DUI charges are not only for alcohol impaired drivers. Drivers under the influence of Prescription Medications or recreational drugs are at risk of an offense. In order to determine the type of a drug, a DUI will be called to perform a twelve step process of evaluating the driver. Attorney Dineen is a Certified Drug Recognition Evaluator. He is able to determine whether the drug evaluation was done by a certified evaluator, whether the proper procedure was followed, and to what extent the evaluator reached the appropriate result.
Hire a Defense Attorney
If you are serious about fighting your DUI Charge, you must hire a DUI Attorney. A criminal defense attorney has a broad range of criminal offenses to tackle and does not necessarily have to time to become certified with specific qualifications in DUI Defense. Attorney Nathan J. Dineen is trained in specific areas of DUI Defense. He is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, Certified SFST Instructor, Certified Drug Recognition Evaluator, and trained on the ins and outs of blood and breath test equipment. Contact Attorney Dineen at 1-877-384-6800 for a Free DUI Case Review.