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What to do if an Officer Suspects that You are Driving Drunk

Unfortunately, being pulled over is a risk of being on the roads. When people see the flashing lights behind them, they generally hope that those lights are meant for a vehicle somewhere ahead of them. When they realize that the lights are meant for them, they often wonder what to do.

DWI laws: a history lesson that can help you protect your future

There are lessons to be learned from history. We study the successes, failures and social movements of the past so that they can help guide our actions. They can also help us prepare for our future, even in situations involving drunk driving.

Driver's behavior was not suspicious enough (pt. 1)

When a police officer or Minnesota Highway Patrol trooper is driving along a street or highway, they are not permitted to stop anyone to check an see if they are committing a crime. Because of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article 1, Section 10 the Minnesota Constitution, the people of the state are protected from unreasonable searches and seizures.

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