DUI traffic stops
Police officers need a valid reason to stop your car!
*Notice what is not on this list:
Speeding. Many DUI cases begin with the driver getting pulled over for speeding. Many DUI officers claim that speeding is one of the factors suggesting the driver to be drunk. Yet the studies show no substantial correlation between DUI and driving in excess of the speed limit. A speeding driver is no more likely to be drunk than sober.
When these any of these factors catch a police officer’s attention, a chain of events is set into motion that often leads to a drunk driving, impaired driving or in Florida a DUI arrest.
It is very important that you not face these situations alone. Consult with an experienced Florida DUI and criminal defense attorney, JOHN C. MURPHY, as soon as possible. Murphy’s Law Offices endeavors to minimize incarceration, fines, and lifelong irreparable reputation damage by representing you throughout the judicial process.
When you are charged with a crime, you want an AGGRESSIVE criminal defense attorney that will fight for your rights.
In Florida, it is not against the law to drink and then drive. It is only a violation of Florida law to drink to the point of impairment of normal faculties and then drive.
Florida has its own bail bond system, which gives someone who has been arrested and charged with a crime the opportunity to get out of jail and remain free until trial.
After you are arrested for a Florida DUI and you blew over .08 or refused the breath test, likely the Brevard Law Enforcement Officer seized your Florida Driver’s License and the bad news is your driving privilege has been suspended.