The attorney-client relationship is a special one which relies on a tremendous amount of trust. The person has to trust the attorney to handle the case and to get the best result for them, so they should talk to a number of attorneys in order to hire the one they feel the most comfortable with.
Good lawyers who are experienced in handling DWI cases do not come cheap. The person would need to make sure they have the financial resources available, either through family members, loans or credit cards, to be able to hire the lawyer of their choice.
The person should remember that their attorney is there to help them, so they should disclose all important information to him or her. This includes information that may be harmful to their case, such as previous DWI arrests or convictions.
Certain medical conditions can have an effect on the BAC, or “Blood Alcohol Content” reading through the breath test, so the person should advise their attorney about any medical conditions they are suffering from if they feel this might be an issue.