Rules of the Road
You are likely to be arrested and charged with DUI if the police officers simply suspects that you have consumed any alcohol before driving your car. The smell of alcohol on your breath, red eyes or the inability to find your registration in a messy glove box could result in your being charged.
At your trial, the police will present everything you do or say as an indication of your impaired ability to operate a motor vehicle. Therefore, it is crucial that you provide as little evidence against yourself as possible.
Remember these rules of the road:
- Do not answer any questions other than name and address.
- Do not agree to perform roadside tests.
- Do not agree to have your eyes examined.
- Do not agree to exhale into a handheld breath tester.
- Do not agree to take a breath or blood test.
- Be polite and provide any requested documents.
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