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15 Apr

Pulled Over for a DUI? Here are some of the Do's and Dont's You Should Know

Posted by Amy Morell on Apr 15, 2013

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Driving under the Influence?

Getting pulled over by the police is very stressful. The following are some important tips you should be aware of, which could save you a lot of grief in the long run.

  • You are obligated to provide the necessary documents to the police including your license, registration and proof of insurance.
  • You are not obligated to answer any questions that the Officer asks you unless you are arrested for DUI.
  • Then upon arrest, you are required by the implied consent laws to submit to a breath or blood test.  So, you you are not required to complete any physical tests (FSTs).
  • Also, you are not required to blow into a hand held breath machine unless you are on probation for a DUI.
  • If you are stopped for suspicion of DUI, be respectful to the Officer and tell them you will not answer any questions but will take a breath or blood test. Of course the best way to avoid being arrested for DUI is to not drink and drive at all.
  • Be sure to plan your night well in advance and the necessary means of transportation to get you home safely after a fun night.
  • Nothing ruins a fun night like seeing police lights in your rear view mirror.

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Morell Law Office is 100% devoted to defending people accused of DUI in courts and DMV hearings in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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