Probable Cause Explained

If the police want to administer a breath test or otherwise test a person for drunk driving, they must have probable cause. For instance, being pulled over with a broken tail light would not give them probable cause to suspect you of drunk driving. If, however, they ask and you consent to a field sobrietyRead more

Should I Plead or Fight my DUI Charge?

Many people, when charged with driving under the influence, look to simply plead guilty and take a plea bargain. They think that the evidence against them is so overwhelming that there is no point in hiring a lawyer to fight these serious charges. They accept the higher insurance rates, the ignition interlock, the fines and potentialRead more