DWI Arrest: Resume Your Life Until the Trial

Posted by Ryan Russman | Oct 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Being arrested does not mean you have been convicted. You are not a criminal. Even though a DWI conviction can drastically affect your life, your ability to drive, and perhaps your job, being arrested should not have any kind of material affect on your life, and you and your attorney should work hard to minimize any potential affect.

Pulled Over for DWI, Part 1: Talking to the Officer

Posted by Ryan Russman | Oct 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

When you are pulled over for a traffic stop in which an officer suspects any kind of alcohol ingestion, the officer will attempt to engage you in extended conversation. This conversation is not friendly banter, nor is he interested in hearing your answers. The only thing the officer is doing is attempting to measure your impairment and find reasonable cause to detain you further or do more testing.

Avoiding DWI Arrest, Part 2: Clues to Inebriation

Posted by Ryan Russman | Oct 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

There are certain behaviors that officers look for when they study people driving that give clues about whether or not the driver is impaired. Driving with your face too close to the windshield, staring forward or putting your head out the window, will raise concern with police.