In California, many people rely on their Driver’s License for work and school. An arrest for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) has consequences for your Driver’s License. You face a driver’s license suspension. As such, a DUI charge may have an adverse effect on your ability to provide for your family or get an education. This blog discusses driver’s license suspensions and Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) Hearings.
Police encounters are stressful. Many times, people say and do all the wrong things during a police stop. So, what are the right things to do and say during a police encounter? This article is dedicated to giving a brief description on what to do if stopped by the police.
If taken into custody, it is important to exercise your Miranda right to remain silent. This requires you to remain vigilant and not talk about your case at all with anybody. This means you do not talk about your case with law enforcement officials. If arrested, do not talk about your case with other inmates. And although you may need emotional support, do not talk about your case with relatives.
Miranda Rights are often a misunderstood concept by layman. This blog will briefly describe when your Miranda Rights apply and how to properly invoke your rights. This includes your right to an attorney and right to remain silent during a police custodial interrogation. Properly invoking your rights often has a big impact in your case. Learn about Miranda Here.
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