By no means do I advocate drinking and driving. Driving under the influence is extremely dangerous. It can lead to serious injury or even death. Never drive while under the influence. The below information just highlights your rights; it is by no means a guide to escape responsibility when stopped for a DUI.
When stopped on suspicion of DUI:
Remember, you have the right to remain silent. Anything you say or do will be used against you. Be polite and respectful to the officer, but do not answer the officer’s questions. All you need to provide the officer is your name, your license, registration, and proof of insurance.
If you are arrested, get a lawyer. A DUI conviction will cost you time and money. Fines can be upwards of $2,000.
Be safe. Drink responsibly. Know your rights.
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