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  • Top Common DUI Questions Answered
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    Many individuals who are arrested for DUI or who fear that they may one day be so often have questions concerning the DUI process. Many of these questions center on what to do when they are pulled over. It is important to know what steps are needed for these procedures, and knowing the answers to the most common may assist in avoiding future complications.

  • Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
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    Police officers pull over drivers they feel are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Often when this occurs, they ask the driver to perform a field sobriety test. There are three standardized tests that may be performed, and there is the possibility the driver will refuse each one.

  • Should DUI Checkpoints Be Banned?
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    Many states have DUI checkpoints to test for DUI violations. There are some states considering a ban on these checkpoints, but other factors must be considered to determine if these should be removed in the states considering the action.

  • Roadblocks in Effect for DUI
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    Some states have laws that characterize a DUI checkpoint as more of a roadblock. Determining the legal issues surrounding a checkpoint or roadblock is important to state government and law enforcement.

  • Police Look for Specifics with DUI Drivers
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    The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects against unlawful searches and seizures. Often, this requires probable cause before a law enforcement officer can search or seize something or someone without a warrant.

  • DUI Stops Due to Probable Cause
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    Law enforcement officers are not able to stop any vehicle that they want to stop. Instead, there must be an articulable reason for the stop, referred to as reasonable suspicion.

  • DUI Checkpoints during Holiday Seasons
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    On many holidays, law enforcement cracks down on drivers who appear to be under the influence. Many are asked to perform sobriety tests or other tests to determine blood alcohol content.

  • DUI Checkpoint Behavior Tips
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    When a driver encounters a DUI checkpoint, he or she may feel some stress or anxiety. If pulled over, there are some tips for remaining calm and how to get through the checkpoint. Stress upon the body often results in behavior that may be exhibited as being under the influence.

  • DUI and Field Sobriety Tests
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    Behavior when being pulled over for a possible DUI violation may make the difference in whether a person is ultimately arrested or not. It is important to know what to do when being pulled over, and whether or not to allow a field sobriety test.

  • Anonymous Call and Support for Traffic Stop Regarding DUI
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    Cell phone use has made life simpler for drivers and passengers when it involves road issues. When another driver appears to be under the influence of alcohol, it is easier than ever to make an anonymous call to report the person. However, in many instances, the caller wants to remain anonymous for fear of being part of the trial as a witness or having to make a statement to police.

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