Legal Advice for “Pulled Over” — 106 results
Written by attorney Edward Blum, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The point of these tips is to help you fight the DUI/DWI charges, not to avoid going to jail. If you've been drinking, going to jail is probably inevitable. But you should act to preserve... more
Written by attorney Jason Beahm, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
You are driving and you hear the unfortunate sound of the police siren and the flashing lights in your rear view mirror. Maybe you were speeding. Maybe you have been up to no good. Maybe... more
Written by attorney Scott Kelly, 11 months ago.
You have just been pulled over and you have been drinking. How should you handle this? 1. Realize that you are likely to be charged. If an officer smells alcohol on you, chances are he is... more
Written by attorney Randy Collins, about 2 years ago.
The California Highway Patrol has stuck to its anti-drunk driving efforts, since launching in 1973. After all, officers on duty are called upon to keep citizens safe, and one of the biggest... more
Written by attorney Michael Fitzpatrick, 10 months ago.
Although it may seem like common sense, often times people forget the most basic things that may make the difference in the outcome regarding their interaction with police. Look for a Safe... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Rubenstein, over 1 year ago.
We know that being pulled over for a DUI can be a stressful and high-risk situation. Even if you aren’t doing anything wrong, the presence of police tends to make people nervous. It is... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, almost 2 years ago.
Clients and readers of my articles always want to know more about Driving under the Influence (DUI) laws since many of us know of someone, family or friends, who have been pulled over for... more
Written by attorney George Mccranie, almost 3 years ago.
You hear the blare of the siren and see emergency lights flashing in your rearview mirror. You realize you are the point of interest of a police officer. What now?
Pull over safely the... more
Written by attorney John Hager, about 3 years ago.
These tips should help minimize the amount of evidence that law enforcement could use against you if you fight the case and go to trial.
Written by attorney Justin G Elsner, about 3 years ago.
A DUI is a serious charge and is a very scary experience. Contact DUI lawyer Justin Elsner for help navitgating your case.
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