If you are stopped for suspicion of DUI or DWI, it is important to remember that from the moment you are pulled over, the officer’s only goal is to obtain the necessary evidence to convict you. It is critical that you refrain from doing or saying anything to provide that evidence.
You have the right to remain silent. Take advantage of it. Don’t say anything to the police until you have spoken to attorney Charles Mead. You also have the right to refuse any breath tests or field sobriety tests. While refusal is a separate offense, you haven’t given the police any evidence and attorney Mead is in a much better position to create a strong defense on your behalf.