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DUI DEFENSE TIPS CAN HELP YOU

THINGS TO REMEMBER IF YOU ARE ARRESTED FOR DUI:


  • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT
  • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO AN ATTORNEY
  • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO 3RD PARTY BLOOD TESTING
  • YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PROVIDE THE OFFICER WITH ANY ADMISSION OF GUILT OR DISCUSS ANYTHING WITH THE OFFICER OTHER THAN PROVIDING HE OR SHE WITH YOUR NAME, LICENSE AND THE NATURE OF YOUR CHARGE


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ORANGE COUNTY - FULLERTON/ ANAHEIM DUI TIPS


If you have been arrested or detained on suspicion of driving under the influence or DUI, you should truly want to understand you rights. Your chances of beating a DUI in Fullerton may depend on your awareness of your rights concerning DUI.  Our goal here is to provide you with helpful information so that you can understand your rights concerning a DUI charge or arrest in the event you might find yourself in that scenario. Share this page with your friends and family. It can truly make a difference.


Protecting your rights is important. A DUI can happen to anyone. Drive responsibly and in the event you need a DUI lawyer, never hesitate to contact us 24 hrs a day. We provide a free consultation for all of your DUI issues. Remember, if you have been arrested for DUI, this page will provide solid  information to assist you in how to proceed from the moment that you are pulled over for suspicion of DUI in Fullerton and in Orange County.

If you have been pulled over for suspicion of DUI or driving under the influence of alcohol, following these tips may help you have a better chance in court:


  1. Do be polite to the officers
  2. This doesn't mean admit to any guilt, DO NOT ADMIT ANYTHING
  3. Provide the officer with any documentation he or she is asking for such as drivers license and registration.
  4. If the officer suspects DUI, ask to contact your attorney immediately, or inform the officer that you are contacting your attorney.
  5. Do not answer any incriminating questions, rather politely inform the officer that you wish to exercise your right to be silent.
  6. Do not take any breath or field sobriety tests without a warrant
  7. If you are taken into custody, do not consent to blood tests without a warrant
  8. Request an immediate release if blood is taken to get your own third party blood test from a hospital, this is our right, exercise it.