The law allows for roadside sobriety checkpoints to be held from time to time in the Gwinnett County and Lawrenceville areas. When you are pulled over at a roadside checkpoint, you are required to comply with a request to provide your driver's license, registration and insurance, as you would any time you are stopped by police. You are not actually by law required to answer other questions, such as “have you been drinking?” It is usually best to be extremely respectful, but you can decline questioning and you can also legally decline field sobriety tests. However, per state law, if you refuse the breath or blood test, you will face a serious penalty: a one-year suspension of your driver's license. If you are arrested for DUI at a roadside checkpoint, please contact a Gwinnett Count DUI lawyer as soon as possible to begin fighting to protect yourself.
DUI Attorney in Gwinnett County
The legal team is very experienced in defending DUI cases that originated at a roadside checkpoint. After more than 20 years of dedication to defending DUI cases, the firm has developed strong resources to apply to your case. No matter what the situation, the firm can analyze the situation and determine how to move forward with your defense.
Get legal representation as soon as possible after the arrest to avoid the problems that can result when you allow questioning by law enforcement without an attorney present. What you say definitely will be used against you in court. With a DUI attorney from the firm protecting your rights, you increase the chances of a positive outcome in your case.
Contact a Gwinnett County DUI attorney at once if you have been arrested and charged with a DUI offense after being stopped at a roadside checkpoint in Lawrenceville or other part of Gwinnett County.