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Signs Police Look For In DUI Stops

One of the first things new clients tell us when we meet is that the cops had no right to pull them over. Some insist that the police followed them for miles until they made the slightest mistake. Others claim that the cops were waiting outside a bar all night waiting to pull customers over.…
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Police Waiting Outside Bars for Arrests

As a DUI lawyer, we’ve heard some really scary things. You may have heard stories about people being arrested as soon as they pulled out of the parking lot of a bar or nightclub. Within a minute or two of pulling away, the person saw the telltale red and blue lights in their rearview mirror.…
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Reduced to Wet Reckless Charge

Can a DUI attorney reduce your charge? When you get a regular traffic ticket, it isn’t hard to get the prosecutor to agree to a lesser charge. For example, if you were caught driving 20 miles above the speed limit, they may agree to change it to a seatbelt ticket. Typically, the prosecutor will talk…