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William Head’s Legal Guides

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  • The 5th and 6th Amendment Right to an Attorney: At the time of arrest and when you go to court

    The guide explains the 5th and 6th Amendment right to an attorney, both at the time of arrest and in court.

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  • Miranda: The 5th Amendment Privilege Against Self-Incrimination

    The legal guide discusses the 5th Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.

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  • DUI-DWI, unlawful search and seizure, and the exclusion of illegally seized evidence

    This legal guide discusses the law of search and seizure within the context of a DUI-DWI.

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  • When is it legal for the police to stop your vehicle?

    This legal guide discusses when police can stop a vehicle.

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  • What is an "arrest"? When can a faulty arrest be grounds for a criminal defense?

    This legal guide discusses the definition of "arrest." It also discusses what happens when an arrest is wrongfully made by a law enforcement official.

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  • Roadblocks, the Constitution, and Alcohol Impaired Driving

    This legal guide discusses when roadblocks can be used and for what purposes. It also discusses when a roadblock is invalid and whether that can be a sufficient bar to prosecution.

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  • Search Warrants: What are illegal search warrants and how does this play into a DUI-DWI prosecution

    This guide discusses the Fourth Amendment protection against illegal searches and how this comes into play during a DUI prosecution.

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  • Charging documents: Your Constitutional right to being precisely informed of the charges against yo

    This legal guide discusses the Constitutional right to being informed of the criminal charges against you. It discusses what the different charging documents are and how they can be challenged when they're defective.

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  • How can you defend a criminal case, especially a DUI-DWI charge?

    This guide provides on overview of the law of criminal defense, particularly pertaining to DUI-DWI prosecution.

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  • How to Dress and Act in Court

    Jurors tend to think that you “must have done something” if you are in court as the defendant. This legal guide will tell you how to put your best foot forward and (hopefully) increase your chances of being acquitted.

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