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The primary law enforcement purposes for making a traffic stop of a moving vehicle on a public highway are: 1)
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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
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
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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
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