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Law enforcement officers are required to adhere to strict regulations when it comes to DUI stops and arrests. They cannot stop you without reasonable suspicion and they cannot arrest you without adequate evidence of impairment.

In order to make a lawful DUI stop, an officer must witness certain signs that indicate a motorist may be driving under the influence. 

DUI checkpoints must be set up in accordance with strict regulations, questioning must follow constitutional guidelines and overall,  stops and detentions must be constitutional.

Mistakes made while conducting roadside tests or while administering a breath test,  may result in the exclusion of the evidence in the case.   

Bradley Collins has over 30 years experience aggressively challenging police conduct in DUI and other criminal cases. 

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