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We at Legal-Database.com strongly discourage anyone from drinking and driving. In 1999, 41,000 people were killed in
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However, before an officer can arrest a driver for drunk driving, the officer must have probable cause that
Finally, what about Miranda. As we all know, in most cases, if a person is arrested, he or
Home » Criminal Law » DUI Law » DUI – Private Tests?
Does the motorist have a right to a private sobriety test? Again, it depends on the state. Many
Home » Criminal Law » DUI Law » If I get pulled over, does a tip provide probable cause to search my car?
First, a traffic violation serves as an
Home » Criminal Law » DUI Law » Implied Consent Laws
First of all, you should know that all 50 states have enacted implied consent laws. So, despite what you
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Yes. Police do have the right to set up sobriety checkpoints, so long as the checkpoint is constitutional. What makes
Home » Criminal Law » DUI Law » Traffic Stops
The primary law enforcement purposes for making a traffic stop of a moving vehicle on a public highway are: 1)
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