Police receive specific training when it comes to identifying and charging motorcyclists with DUI. Your attorney should know the differences between a motorcycle traffic stop and one involving a car. For example, there are 24 initial visual “cues” or clues that officers are trained to look for in a motor vehicle DUI, but only 14 in motorcycle DUIs.
Boats present unique issues when it comes to DUI law. While the elements of a boating DUI offense are similar to a motor vehicle DUI, the actual case will be very different. Kentucky case law is relatively sparse in the area of watercraft DUI compared to regular DUI, which your attorney should be aware of.
If you have been charged with a DUI, you should contact an experienced attorney today.