Unlawful Police Stops in DUI Cases
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The line of defense that could get your
DUI charges reduced or dropped begins at the very start of your case: the police stop. In order to pull
you over, the officer must have a valid reason (probable cause) to do so.
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What is probable cause for a DUI stop?
It is from this police stop that the primary evidence in your case will
come. A prosecutor can wield everything from the officer's testimony to any
DUI tests against you. But it is possible for all of this evidence to get tossed
out if the officer did not have probable cause in the first place.
For a police officer to pull you over, he or she must see you commit a traffic violation, something like speeding
or running through a stop sign.
For a police officer to ask you to perform DUI tests or search your car, there must be additional probable cause, such as bloodshot eyes or an
open container of alcohol.
For a police officer to arrest you, there must be more probable cause, such as a failed
breath test or a
blood test refusal.
If at any point your rights were violated, such as through unreasonable
search and seizure or failure to read you the Miranda Rights, it is possible
to prove that the police stop and DUI arrest were unlawful.
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