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        a DUI Stop

        If you are stopped for a suspected DUI, know your rights and obligations.


        The penalties for a DUI conviction vary widely, from fines and jail time to license revocation and more.


        Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about drunk driving charges.


        Most jurisdictions define a handful of other laws that relate to the possession and consumption of alcohol.

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        • 春天绘本 春天绘本Drunk Driving Defenses 春天绘本
          Defending against drunk driving charges often relies on showing inaccuracies in the equipment and in field sobriety tests, or in demonstrating that the evidence is insufficient to support conviction.
        • 春天绘本 Refusing a Field Sobriety Test 春天绘本
          A police officer may ask a driver suspected of driving while intoxicated to engage in field sobriety tests, but in most states, these tests are voluntary, and you have a right to refuse to participate.
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          Public intoxication, or appearing drunk and disorderly in public, is a misdemeanor in most states. While fines or probation may result from a conviction, jail time is unlikely.
        • 春天绘本 License Suspension/Revocation 春天绘本
          Your driver’s license can be suspended or revoked as a penalty for a DUI arrest, a DUI conviction, or a refusal to submit to blood alcohol testing.
        • 春天绘本 Repeat DUI Offenses 春天绘本
          Most states impose increasingly harsh penalties on subsequent DUI/DWI convictions, such as imprisonment, large fines, and suspension or revocation of one’s driver’s license. Depending on the state, other additional penalties may be imposed, as well.
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