Alabama DUI Defense Update: How to Help Clients Achieve the Best Possible Outcome
Live Webinar: Thursday, October 12, 2017
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Alabama DUI law can be complicated. Your client may be charged with driving under the influence if police reasonably believe that there is probable cause that the person was found to be in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while there is .08% or greater of alcohol in his or her blood or he or she is under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.
So how is such control defined? What does Alabama’s interlock law require, and when is it applied? When is it possible to challenge a field sobriety test?
Join your colleagues for an enlightening discussion of the state of DUI laws in Alabama and how to help clients through the process. Your presenter, an experienced Alabama attorney, will give you new insights into DUI defense best practices and update you on the latest cases of interest.
- What does physical control mean
- Defining under the influence
- Special cases
- Controlled substances in Alabama
- Criminal penalties
- Field sobriety testing
- Breath test
- Implied consent
- Alabama interlock law
Learn how to provide superior client service when handling a DUI case in Alabama.
About Your Presenter
Price, Flowers & Ward Law Firm, P.C.
Frank Ward, with Price, Flowers & Ward Law Firm, P.C. in Huntsville, has been practicing law in Alabama since 2006. He has served as president of the Huntsville Young Lawyers and on the board of the Huntsville Young Professionals. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for each of the three districts in Alabama. He is a member of the National College for DUI Defense.
Mr. Ward received his B.A. from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2003 with majors both in English and Philosophy. He graduated from Cumberland School of Law in 2006. While attending Cumberland, Mr. Ward served as Research and Writing Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, the nation’s oldest law review dedicated to the advancement of trial advocacy.