DUI Checkpoints ...Could This Be You?

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As you pull up to whererepparttar road is blocked an angry police officer begins yelling for you to roll your window down and shut off your car. Unsure why he is so upset you roll your window down and try to calm yourself. As your window comes down he sticks a bright high powered mag light into your car and shines it right on your face. He immediately begins interrogating you with questions like, “Where are you coming from?” “Where are you going?” “How much have you had to drink tonight!”

Still unsure as to why he’s so angry you to try to answer but your heart is now pounding so fast and you’re beginning to perspire excessively because ofrepparttar 138166 intimidating scene in front of you. You hesitate, and then nervously answer his questions and honestly state that you had 1 glass of wine tonight.

The officer barks, “Why did you have to think about how much you had to drink, you’re not sure are you?” With your response you simply state that you just hadn’t thought about it before he asked.

He then asks you to step out of your car and perform a series of strange exercises in front of this large group of people who has now begun to yell at you. You are made to stand on one foot and count, then a pen is waved in front of your face followed byrepparttar 138167 police officer demanding that you blow into this little device he pulled from his squad car. You remember something about not having to do anything without speaking to a lawyer first and you askrepparttar 138168 police officer about this. He fires back that you are afraid to blow because you know you are guilty and have drank excessively. He tells you that you’ll be in big trouble if you don’t blow intorepparttar 138169 machine. Unsure of what you are supposed to do or what your rights are, you do asrepparttar 138170 officer demands.

Your heart is literally pounding and you feelrepparttar 138171 sweat dripping from your forehead as you think about what is happening. Still unsure of what your rights are in this situation you decide thatrepparttar 138172 best thing to do is answer all ofrepparttar 138173 police officer’s questions and do as your told.

After another series of questions he writes what seems like a paragraph on some type of report and then informs you that you are being arrested for suspicion of DUI. You are handcuffed and put inrepparttar 138174 back ofrepparttar 138175 police car whilerepparttar 138176 group of people standing off torepparttar 138177 side cheer.

In his police report he notes that you smelled like alcohol, admitted to drinking alcohol, were perspiring excessively, swerved while approachingrepparttar 138178 checkpoint, and appeared “disoriented” and “nervous.” He also notes that you failed all field sobriety tests.

Could this be you?

The Information Association, LLC publishes step-by-step instructions for those with DUI records or are arrested for DUI to clear their records and minimize the damage done to their personal lives at http://www.duiprocess.com

Deciding On Spousal Support

Written by S. A. Baker

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Spousal support is regulated by laws in each state. This type of support is given to individuals who need it especially those who can not support themselves. No matter which side ofrepparttar coin you are on, if you or your spouse is looking for spousal support income, you will need to seek out an attorney who will help to provide spousal support cases. You can find attorneys who are experts in this field who will getrepparttar 137892 fair spousal support you deserve. In addition, websites such as www.thesmartattorneys.com also has helpful information on this matter. You will find spousal support attorneys who are able to ensure thatrepparttar 137893 spousal support you pay out is also fair. It is important, though, that you seek outrepparttar 137894 representation of these attorneys so that you are fully aware ofrepparttar 137895 laws involved. Spousal support is a serious issue.

S A Baker is staff writer at http://www.thesmartattorneys.com

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