Nothing if you voluntarily answer, intoxication is not a beating.
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If it was voluntary then you said it and now own it, there may be issues to be raised regarding the stop etc. More info is needed to determine, my suggestion is you retain a criminal defense attorney who can look t the entirety and determine your best course if action.
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If your confession is suppressed, the fact that you were intoxicated will not be why. You'll need to work with a local attorney to explore other options and to defend you generally.
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When evaluating the voluntariness of a confession, a fact-specific inquiry is required. Thus, intoxication is not the only factor to be considered. Rather, it requires an analysis of all the surrounding circumstances.
However, you should not post any more facts in this forum, as it is not a confidential setting. Instead, you should immediately contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer that practices in your area for a phone consultation.
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