4 Helpful Tips For Handling A DUI Arrest
23 September 2017
Being pulled over for a DUI is never a situation you want to find yourself in, which is why it's always important to be smart about either limiting your drinking or ensuring that you have a safe ride back home. However, if you do find yourself in this situation, you want to be sure that you handle it properly. This is going to ensure that you are not facing dire consequences for your actions.
Three Everyday Things That May Lead To A DWI Arrest
10 July 2017
Seeing blue lights in your rear-view mirror is enough to make the heart quicken of any seasoned driver. While you are prepared to hand over your driver's license and registration, you may not be prepared for the officer to begin asking questions about being under the influence. Unfortunately, even if you have not had anything to drink, you could find yourself being ticketed and/or arrested because there are several everyday items that may cause you to show a false positive on a breathalyzer test and some of these can even show positive on urine or blood screens.
3 Tips To Prepare You For Traffic Court After Running A Stop Sign
3 June 2017
If you have recently gotten a ticket for running a stop sign and already have too many points against your license, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help prove your innocence. You can use the following three tips to help you prepare your case before traffic court.
Write Down Details Of The Incident
As soon as possible after you receive the violation, sit down and write out everything that you remember about the incident.
Three Options For DUI Defense
13 April 2017
If you've been pulled over for driving under the influence, one of the things that the courts will evaluate is the field sobriety test conducted at the time of the stop. While these tests can be very telling about your level of impairment, they aren't always entirely accurate. Here are a few things to discuss with your DUI attorney before the case goes to court.
How Experienced Was The Officer?