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Inaccurate DUI Police Report

Question: Is It Possible for a Police Report to Be Inaccurate in Alabama? If So, How Can a Person Defend Against This False Evidence?

Answer: It is absolutely possible for a police report to be inaccurate. All a police report is an officer’s opinion written on paper. In defending a DUI case, it’s very important not to look at the opinion but rather the underlying facts that the officer relied upon in informing that opinion. Therefore, in all cases that we defend, we gather objective information—such as roadside videos, body camera information, radio traffic—to try to balance and compare what the officer’s opinion is in his report vs. what actually happened.

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Whitney Polson is a no-nonsense attorney who delivered exactly what he said he would on my case...thank you so much sir...I would definitely recommend anyone facing a DUI to retain this man. D.B.
If you are looking for an attorney I must recommend Mark Polson of Polson & Polson. My case was successfully moved from a February to a December court date and was dismissed. I am extremely please with the way this firm handled the case and was able to secure the dismissal. Thank you again to Polson & Polson for your professionalism and knowledge that we needed for this situation. Best Regards to all. Julie C.
Wow! I never could have hoped for our lawyer to work as fast as he did but Whitney was lightning fast! Very attentive to the details, never left me hanging along the journey-I used online reviews in choosing him and now I want to pass that on-if you need a lawyer (ours was a traffic court case with complications), I HIGHLY recommend this firm! Claire B.