I have always been asked. What do I do when I get pulled over for a DUI? Obviously, if you've been drinking, you got something to worry about one of my tips to all my friends out there. My little brother is my little sister's is shut. The [, __ ] up, don't say anything now and don't take the test, but this rule only applies if you're not in probation and you're, not under 21, meaning you're over 21 reason.
Is you really don't want to say anything? You don't want to give the cops new kind of ammo. Part of a DUI investigation is knowing when you drink, and what your alcohol level was at the time driving now, let's say, for instance, you test 0.10 an hour after driving. If you told the cops that you had two beers only two beers three hours ago, they're going to hold you to that three hours ago.
Take the breath test. Take the breath test. My opinion, my personal opinion. If you've done everything right, you didn't give the officer a drinking pattern. You didn't do any FS T's.
You didn't blow on this machine before he arrested you and now you're at the point where he gives you a choice between blood or breath. Sometimes they don't give you a choice, though request blood anyways be adamant about that. That'S my opinion, because the reason is at this point: nobody knows what your blood-alcohol content is. The officer doesn't know. What does that do?
Why is it significant you? Well, if he doesn't know what your blood alcohol content is, he can't embellish in g40 he's got to stay honest. The worst thing an officer can do is embellishing the report say you failed. All the FS TS smell like booze and all of a sudden. The blood test comes back at 0.