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July 28, 2014

How You Can Revamp Your Decision-Making Process

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Posted by | Part of the responsibility of any DUI lawyer is to help their client make good decisions. We do this by setting a clear goal. For instance, our goal may be to get the charges against our client reduced. In other circumstances, it may be realistic to have the charges dismissed. A DUI lawyer can help a client to understand which options are available to them, and then proceed accordingly.

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July 21, 2014

How to Ask the Right Questions When Hiring A DWI Lawyer

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Posted by | The days following a DWI arrest are confusing. Adding to the confusion is the need to hire a DWI lawyer. How can they know that a DWI lawyer is the right one for them? The good news is that a DWI lawyer is there to help. The primary goal of any DWI lawyer is to defend your rights. Even if you think your situation is bleak, a DWI lawyer can help. If you ask the right questions, you'll stand a much better chance of hiring a good, well-qualified DWI lawyer.

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June 13, 2014

Sobriety Checkpoint Tips From A DUI Lawyer

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Posted by | A DUI lawyer understands the complex rules to which law enforcement must adhere to create a valid checkpoint. To be valid, a checkpoint must be established by an official who is empowered to make policies. Moreover, this official must have good reason for establishing the checkpoint when and where they did. Failure by law enforcement to adhere to these principles can help a DUI lawyer to get any charges that may be filed against you reduced or dismissed.

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