Honestly, you need an attorney. If you testify you will be subject to cross examination and your testimony could be used against you in the DUI trial. You might be better off just getting the BAIID.
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Get counsel, there are too many pitfalls for someone trying to represent himself or herself.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,
I agree with the other attorneys however if you insist on handling this matter by yourself I would advise that you read the summary suspension statute and go to your local law library and read treatises about some resuspension law including the IICLE book on DUI law.
Only one: NEVER represent yourself in any judicial, criminal, civil or administrative proceedings.
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