A woman who was charged with driving under the influence (DUI) after an accident that killed a man during a crash on I-17 in Phoenix gave us all a valuable lesson in exactly how not to behave when questioned by police officers.
When officers arrived on the scene the woman verbally and physically assaulted the officers, and even grabbed a needle during an attempted DUI field sobriety test before being taken into custody.
If you’re questioned by police, the less you say, the better off you’ll be. If you’re in a talkative mood, your lawyer is the one you should open up to.
With that in mind, here are a few helpful tips to remember in case you find yourself on the answering end of a police officer’s question.
IF YOU’RE FACING CHARGES, YOUR BEST BET IS TO DO YOUR TALKING WITH AN ATTORNEY.
Let your attorney do your talking for you. That way, you’ll be in the best position for the best possible outcome.
Get in touch with us here at the offices of Alex Lane. The first consultation is always free, so call us at 480-776-5757.
If you have been charged with a DUI, drug charge, sex crime or any serious criminal offense, let an experienced defense team fight for you. Schedule a consultation with one of our partners today. Call (480) 562-3482 or send an email.