"Friends… Don't Let Friends Plead Guilty"
If you are facing charges, it's important that you know what rights you have. If you are a suspect in any crime or DUI, the objective of police is to find as much evidence as possible to use against you. Don't help them build their case against you, instead call Frederick J. Taylor Law Offices.
Don't drive after drinking
Keep a copy of our business card with you at all times
Don't commit unnecessary traffic violations like speeding or incomplete stops
Do not get out of the vehicle once you are stopped
Don't play music, tell your passenger to remain silent
Have your license registration and insurance accessible
Do not volunteer any information
If asked to step out the vehicle, do so slowly
Try to chew gum during your entire ride and don't remove unless instructed to do so
Try to wait until the officer leaves before you continue to drive
Pull into a public place and call for a ride
Don't discuss this matter with any motel or convenience store clerk
Avoid driving between 11:00 PM and 3:00 AM.
Do not agree to allow the officer to search your vehicle. If you are arrested, do not plead your case to the officer
If possible answer with a yes or a no.
Contact our office immediately
Don't discuss the case with anyone other than your attorney
Don't sign any releases
Don't make any statements
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See a doctor regarding your injuries as soon as possible
Stress your complaints to the doctor
Flow your doctor's orders regarding recovery
Contact our office as soon as possible
Don't ignore your doctor's orders
Don't talk to any investigators or make a statement without your attorney
Don't sign any releases or documents unless reviewed by your attorney