Thursday, August 2, 2012

Dealing with the Police in a DUI stop

In previous blog posts, I've discussed at some length the importance of not incriminating yourself during a Police stop for a DuPage DUI arrest.  In order to have the best chance at overcoming your DuPage DUI case, it is very important that you volunteer as little information to the police as possible.  Frequently this will mean "taking the 5th amendment" and refusing to answer questions.

Unfortunately for most people facing DUI charges, particularly from aggressive police agency tactics like those employed in Naperville DUI arrests, it is very hard to be polite but firm with the police.  This video should help.
At the Law Offices of Brent M. Christensen I encourage all my clients to share this with their friends so they can have the best chance of surviving a DUI police encounter.

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