If I'm charged with a DWI, do I have a chance to be proven innocent in court?

 

Q: If I’m charged with a DWI, do I have a chance to be proven innocent in court?

A: If you are charged with a DWI, the prosecution has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were under the influence of alcohol when you were driving. So you absolutely have the right to a fair trial, and the burden is on the prosecution to show that you were driving under the influence of alcohol.