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Posted by Alan Woodland | Feb 09, 2014 | 0 Comments

Law enforcement is "trained" to look for 24 cues a vehicle in motion may make which would justify a traffic stop. These cues are supposedly reliable as cues of impairment.

Unfortunately, by being thorough in my investigation, I have discovered many made up cues. For example, a report may list going left of center as the reason for a traffic stop, yet the corresponding video shows no bad driving...

Did the officer observe cues in your arrest?

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Alan devotes 90% of his practice to DUI Defense in Oklahoma. "I know what to look for and how to defend against it."

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