Sobriety Checkpoints: What You Should Know Before You Encounter One

27 December 2018
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Normally, motorists have constitutional protections against unwarranted stops and searches while they're on the road. An officer can't randomly pull you over and start asking questions to fish around for evidence that you're driving while intoxicated on drugs or alcohol.  One exception to this general rule, however, is the sobriety checkpoint. Initiated by state law enforcement, sobriety checkpoints are usually put up around the holiday season (including New Years) to look for drivers who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs while they're behind the wheel. Read More 

3 Things You Should Do When Pulled Over For A DUI To Increase Your Chances Of Beating The Case

24 February 2017
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You likely are already aware that it's never a good idea to drink and drive, but if you should make a mistake and find yourself being pulled over for a DUI, you are going to want to choose your next actions carefully if you want to have any chance of beating the case in court. Obviously, one of the first things you should do when you get the opportunity is to hire an attorney that specializes in DUI in your state. Read More 

Can You Trust Your Attorney? DUI Charges And Attorney Client Privilege

22 November 2016
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Few people ever imagine that they will be arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), and when it happens to you it's only natural to feel isolated and terrified of the possible consequences. Fortunately, you will have at least one person on your side to help and support you through the stressful process of appearing in court and the potential for punitive actions: a dui attorney. While it's comforting to know that you have a professional legal advocate on your side, you may wonder how candid you can be with them. Read More 

Refuting A Few Routine Myths About DUI And DWI Charges

12 October 2016
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One of the more common criminal charges that individuals may be charged with is driving under the influence of alcohol. While these criminal charges are fairly routine to most prosecutors and attorneys, individuals are often poorly informed about these charges, which can make it extremely difficult for them to mount a successful defense. To help you be better prepared to face this charge, you will need to be mindful of these myths and their realities. Read More 

Don’t Spoil Your Summer: 2 Tips That Will Help You Avoid Being Pulled Over For A DUI

20 July 2016
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Summer is finally in full swing. It's time to get out and enjoy some fun in the sun. If your fun is going to involve parties, you need to make sure that you're protected against DUI charges. Part of that protection includes knowing how to avoid being pulled over in the first place. Believe it or not, there are some specific things you can do to reduce the chances of being pulled over. Read More