Monthly Archives: December 2015

14566901

jpadmin   December 30, 2015   Comments Off on 14566901

THE FINAL ARGUMENT The "communicate something specific" shutting contention in a DUI trial Fruitful DUI lawyers will grab the opportunity to make an enticing shutting contention Shutting contention is the time that a DUI protection lawyer can make an individual engage the jury. It is the open door for the respondent’s legal advisor to be an original backer. Albeit every… Read more »

Ideal Jurors

jpadmin   December 30, 2015   Comments Off on Ideal Jurors

Finding the ideal jury is something that a lawyer always wants, but it comes down to the facts in the case that are going to ultimately affect the direction the the attorney tries to go when it comes to the jurors. The ideal jurors in a case are people that are not going to automatically go with what the police… Read more »

Increased Tolerance

jpadmin   December 30, 2015   Comments Off on Increased Tolerance

Habitual consumption of alcohol plays an integral role in how the alcohol impacts an individual. This issue is understood in terms of the word “tolerance.” What Is Tolerance? Tolerance is understood in context of two primary factors: -The impact of alcohol is subject to decrease after ongoing exposure to the same dosage level. -If the dosage is increased, the original… Read more »

Nineteen Effective Drunk Driving Defenses

jpadmin   December 30, 2015   Comments Off on Nineteen Effective Drunk Driving Defenses

1. Your car was stopped with no legal justification. 2. The officer did not have a justifiable reason to arrest you. 3. The police’s observations include explanations other than inebriation. 4. Field sobriety examinations are not valid indicators of inebriation. 5. The police officer did not score the sobriety test correctly. 6. You had performance issues with the sobriety test… Read more »

Knowing When To Exercise Your Rights

jpadmin   December 1, 2015   Comments Off on Knowing When To Exercise Your Rights

Every encounter with an officer of the law allows for you to exercise your rights to remain silent. These rights also extend to a DUI traffic stop. The question is how to recognize the line and when it crosses from being a simple conversation to an interrogation. Traffic stops are supposed to determine whether the driver is impaired and if… Read more »