The legal guide discusses the 5th Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.
This legal guide discusses the law of search and seizure within the context of a DUI-DWI.
This legal guide discusses when police can stop a vehicle.
This legal guide discusses the definition of "arrest." It also discusses what happens when an arrest is wrongfully made by a law enforcement official.
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.
This guide discusses the Fourth Amendment protection against illegal searches and how this comes into play during a DUI prosecution.
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.
This guide provides on overview of the law of criminal defense, particularly pertaining to DUI-DWI prosecution.
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.
Being arrested and charged with DUI-DWI is the beginning of a long and often stressful process that can be the worst experience of your life. For people with no experience with the criminal justice system, your arrest and the time you spent in jail before you were released can be a source of nightm