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Avoid Self-Incrimination when Pulled Over for DUI

Mon, 30 Jul 2012 12:48:43 EST

Police look for a number of things when on the hunt for someone that may be driving under the influence.  Although a person might feel fine after a few hours post-drinking, unless that person has spent as many hours feeling sober as the number of drinks consumed, he or she is over the legal intoxication limit to be able to drive.
 
If a law officer comes across a driver at night without their headlights turned on or a driver with their high beams (brights) on at all times, this is one indicator a law officer uses to identify drunk drivers.  Other indicators may be the failure to use turn signals, failure to turn off turning signals, speeding, driving too slow, weaving, and short breaking.
 
Michael Reason is a DUI attorney in Ogden, Utah who gives these tips and more on his website: www.ogdenutahduiattorney.com.  Michael Reason offers informative videos and articles to help educate drivers on their rights and in avoiding driving under the influence. 
 
If a driver is stopped by the police, there are some very important steps to take.  If a driver is being pulled over, make sure to pull over well off the highway to reduce the likelihood of being towed if arrested.  A driver should do whatever he or she can to seem alert – pop a mint or chew some gum.  Never admit to drinking any amount of alcoholic beverages when asked.  Answer questions only as necessary.  Drivers do have the right to remain silent.  Although drivers should be cooperative at all times, do not give any self-incriminating evidence.
 
To find out more about whether or not to take the field sobriety test, watch this informative video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsYWp1ZYLyU
 
Michael Reason is a DUI attorney located in Ogden, Utah at 942 East Chambers Street #12, South Ogden, Utah 84403.  Michael Reason offers a free initial consultation for anyone charged with a DUI.  Get the best, local representation for a DUI case today by calling 801-903-2721 or go online for more information at www.ogdenutahduiattorney.com.


Source: WebWire



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