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You Will Be Charged With a Crime If You Refuse a Second Valid Breathalyzer Test in Miami

If you’re driving in Miami, a policeman can stop you if he or she suspects you are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This is standard procedure in every state. Let’s look at the particulars of Miami’s DUI laws, though; as DUI laws vary state by state.

A normal DUI investigation entails a […]

Florida Police Usually Need a Search Warrant to Draw Your Blood for a DUI, But There Are Exceptions to the Rule

When a driver has a serious accident, the officer sometimes can’t perform a field sobriety test or breathalyzer test. Even if the suspect allows them to test him, it is difficult for the police officer to perform the tests. The person is often in no condition to undergo a test, maybe because of injuries […]

Florida DUI Myths Exposed by a Miami DUI Lawyer

If you found yourself in the middle of a situation where you had a little too much to drink and got pulled over by the police, who tested you at over the limit, you are probably facing a DUI and that means you need a Miami DUI lawyer. But before you start searching Google […]

Underage DUI Penalties Explained by a Miami DUI Lawyer

DUI’s below the legal drinking age of 21 can have serious if not life-changing consequences for the person accused.

This is due to Florida’s Zero Tolerance policy which puts the legal blood alcohol level at 0.02% for under-aged drinkers caught behind the wheel.

It’s therefore vital to contact a Miami DUI lawyer as soon as possible, […]