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How Should I Plead In Court?
How Should I Plead In Court?

The first step in any criminal court case is a plea from the defendant. The court reads the charges that the prosecution has brought before the defendant, and the defendant has the option of choosing how they respond to those accusations. In general you have three options: ...

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Blog posts in DUI

  • What is Probable Cause?

    If you’re arrested for DUI or you know anything about the DUI process at all, you’ve likely heard the term “probable cause” at some point. Probable ...

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  • Some Common Flaws With Field Sobriety Tests

    When officers suspect that someone has been driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they need to establish “probable cause” in order to make ...

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  • Misdemeanor vs. Felony DUI in Alabama

    If you’re arrested and charged with driving under the influence, the majority of the time you are facing misdemeanor charges. Basic DUI accusations ...

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  • Two Ways Your License Could Be Suspended After a DUI

    For many people who are arrested, the number-one thing they dread isn’t the possibility of jail time or the large fines, but the possibility that ...

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  • Five Crazy DUI Stories You Can Learn From

    Have you ever heard a story that was so crazy that there was zero chance it was made up? They happen, and DUI arrests are no exception. Fortunately, ...

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  • The Three Most Common Types of Field Sobriety Tests

    When it comes to DUI law, establishing “probable cause” for making an arrest used to essentially be down to an officer’s gut feeling based on tests ...

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  • What Can Cause a False-Positive Breathalyzer Test?

    The breathalyzer test is one of the most common ways law enforcement determine your blood alcohol content level after arresting you and charging you ...

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  • What Police Don't Want You to Know About Field Sobriety Tests

    Highway patrol officers all around the country rely heavily on field sobriety tests (FST) to secure a driving under the influence ( DUI ) arrest. ...

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  • Do I Need to Take a Field Sobriety Test If I'm Pulled Over?

    When someone is pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence ( DUI ), the police officer needs to determine if there is actually valid ...

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