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The Facts Behind Common Field Sobriety Test Myths (Pt. 2)

Continuing from where The Facts Behind Common Field Sobriety Test Myths (Pt. 1) left off, below we will keep on debunking some commonly held myths about field sobriety tests. More Field Sobriety Test Myths Debunked… Myth 3 – There are objective standards for evaluating how people perform on field sobriety tests. The notion that there […]

The Facts Behind Common Field Sobriety Test Myths (Pt. 1)

One of the standard elements to DUI stops is field sobriety testing, which essentially involves law enforcement officials asking people suspected of drunk driving to perform various physical and mental tests to evaluate if they are like intoxicated and should be asked to submit to chemical testing (i.e., blood alcohol testing). While this may not […]

DUIs and Ignition Interlock Devices – FAQs (Pt. 3)

Wrapping up our three-part blog DUIs and Ignition Interlock Devices – FAQs, below are some final questions and answers regarding ignition interlock devices in DUI cases. If you are facing DUI charges and are ready to obtain more specific info about your rights, don’t hesitate to contact the Littleton DUI defense lawyers at Knight and […]

DUIs and Ignition Interlock Devices – FAQs (Pt. 2)

Picking up from where we left off in DUIs and Ignition Interlock Devices – FAQs (Pt. 1), below are some more answers to questions that commonly pop up when people may be facing the possibility of having ignition interlock devices installed on their vehicles as part of their DUI case. Keep in mind that the […]

DUIs and Ignition Interlock Devices – FAQs (Pt. 1)

Ignition interlocks are devices installed on vehicles to prevent them from being operated if the driver has any alcohol in his system. While these devices require drivers to provide breath samples in order to start their vehicles, drivers will also periodically have to breathe into these devices as the vehicle is being driven. If ignition […]

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