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I’ve Been Pulled Over and Been Drinking … Now What?

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Useful Information About DWI Investigations For many people there is no scarier situation than to be pulled over by the police after having some drinks. Whether its one or two drinks at a work happy hour, three or four drinks at a Christmas Party, or several drinks after a long night, fear and anxiety are unavoidable when dealing with the police. The first thing you must think about is context. Police already expect people to be drinking substantially more than usual this time of year because of the holidays. Starting with the night before Thanksgiving and going through New Years, the...

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Do I Have to Perform a Field Sobriety Test?

a middle aged man performing a field sobriety test

Welcome to this website's first video blog where DWI defense lawyer Jason Korner answers the question "Do I have to Perform a Field Sobriety Test?" Please enjoy the video and if you or a loved one has been arrested for DWI contact our office today at 314-409-2659 or click here to fill out an information form and we will contact you to schedule a free consultation.   [embed]https://youtu.be/8ZwABQSrFIg[/embed]   Am I Obligated to Perform a Field Sobriety Test? No, you are never required to perform field sobriety tests for a police officer. This is something many people do not know. I can even confess that...

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A Suspect’s Rights During Pre-Arrest Police Questioning in a DWI Case

By The Law Office of Jason A. Korner of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in Felony DWI on Thursday, April 18, 2013. It looks like a murder case currently before the United States Supreme Court could have a significant impact on DWI investigations. The case of Salinas v. Texas was heard by the Court on April 17, 2013 to determine if a suspect's silence prior to his arrest can be used against him during a prosecutor's case at trial. Although there is a world of difference between a murder investigation and a DWI investigation...

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A Suspect’s Rights During Pre-Arrest Police Questioning in a DWI Case

By The Law Office of Jason A. Korner of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in Felony DWI on Thursday, April 18, 2013. It looks like a murder case currently before the United States Supreme Court could have a significant impact on DWI investigations. The case of Salinas v. Texas was heard by the Court on April 17, 2013 to determine if a suspect's silence prior to his arrest can be used against him during a prosecutor's case at trial. Although there is a world of difference between a murder investigation and a DWI investigation...

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