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Posted by Alan Woodland | May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Increased Scrutiny of Drivers and Seatbelts

From May 19 through June 1, law enforcement will be on high alert for seat belt violations. The offense results in a fine. If you're like me you're probably wondering: How much of our tax dollars are allocated to these types of campaigns, and isn't law enforcement always looking for violations?

More importantly is how you react if stopped. A minor violation will easily cause an arrest for DUI. Remember, it only takes an odor of alcohol on your breath for you to be pulled out of your car. Below are some steps I suggest using when pulled over.
1. Be respectful
2. Use your Right to Remain Silent
3. You're not required to take the roadside tests and it's very unlikely you'll do well on them if you try
4. If you refuse the request for breath or blood sample, your license may be restricted for additional time
5. Request a DPS hearing within 15 days of the arrest
AND Hire DUI Attorney Alan R. Woodland

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Alan Woodland

Alan devotes 90% of his practice to the defense of DUI - APC - Possession - Gun Charges in Oklahoma. "I know what to look for and how to defend against it."


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