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Survive A DWI Stop

Survive A DWI Stop

The NYPD devotes tremendous resources to DWI DUI arrests and checkpoints. Here are some ways to avoid traps that police set up in order to make their arrest quotas:

DWI Checkpoint

DWI Checkpoint

  • Never admit to having any alcohol to drink, these statements will come back as evidence against you.
  • Politely ask the police officers why they pulled you over.
  • Under most circumstances do not take the breathalyzer test.
  • Ask for an attorney every chance you get.
  • If you can do it correctly, do the physical coordination test.
  • Be polite and never raise your voice, treat the police officers as professionals even if they are not behaving that way.

Your Rights

Every person should understand their rights when dealing with the New York City Police Department. Click here to read more about a NYC DWI Lawyer’s suggestions concerning your rights.

Breathalyzer Tests

If the police pull you over in a traffic stop and they suspect that you have consumed alcohol you may be asked to perform a breathalyzer test. Click here to read more about NYC DWI Lawyer’s suggestions.

If you or a loved one has been arrested, contact a Manhattan DWI and DUI defense lawyer as soon as possible. If you can’t you should have a friend or family member call our 24 hour hotline 917-519-8417.

breathalyzer tests

Breathalyzer Tests

Breathalyzer Tests The New York City Police Department primarily relies on the Intoxilizer 5000 to conduct breathalyzer tests. The test is requested when a police officer claims that he smelled alcohol on a driver’s breath. The machines used in NYC are usually malfunctioning. One specific machine has been taken in and out of service several …

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your rights

Your Rights

Your Rights Miranda Rights Our justice system is designed to protect innocent people from being wrongly charged or convicted with a crime. In order to do this, people charged with crimes are granted important rights in the process. Anyone who has watched a movie or television show about police has heard the Miranda Rights—“You have …

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