If you are facing a DWI charge, it is important that you cooperate with the police and remain polite. When you're before the judge, arguments with officers or any other actions will not help your case or improve your situation.
If you are attentive and calm throughout the process, you will have a better experience with the judge. A criminal defense advocate will be able to assist you and show you how to act in front of the judge.
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What happens if an officer questions you about your drinking habits? You were stopped because of your driving behaviour or some other visual abnormality with your vehicle. The officer may ask you to confess to having drank, no matter how many times. False information can land you in serious trouble.
How much is too much? Even if you have only had a few drinks, alcohol can impact everyone in different ways. If you fail an alcohol test, the officer will ask you to submit to a test to determine your blood alcohol content or BAC.
Each state has its own BAC laws. However, the general rule is that it covers all. Blood alcohol levels are affected by how much alcohol you have consumed, the time you have been drinking, your gender, and what you eat. Your BAC can be affected as soon as you have your first drink. You must be respectful to the law, regardless of whether you are innocent or guilty.