You’ve heard it a million times on television: you have the right to remain silent. But it may surprise you that while most people know they have this right, very few use it—and the ones who don’t are more likely to give incriminating statements to an arresting officer.
Unfortunately, many drivers who attempt to cooperate with an officer end up giving evidence against themselves, setting themselves up to lose their case before it has even begun. Here are some guidelines to remember when talking to:
If you have been charged with DUI in South Dakota, you could potentially lose your driver’s license, face jail time, lose your job, and have the charge placed on your permanent criminal record. You only have a limited amount of time to get your license reinstated and get the charges against you dismissed, so it is important to get help from an experienced DUI attorney as soon as possible after your arrest. To find out what the right attorney can do for you, contact Zimmer, Duncan and Cole, LLP today at 888-733-2992.
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