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Support available in Indiana for those accused of drunk driving

Being accused of a crime can be an embarrassing and stressful experience. When criminal charges involve drunk driving, a person might feel nervous and uncertain about his or her future due to the impending charges. It is helpful to remember that Indiana jurisprudence, and that of the nation at large, presumes a person innocent unless and until proved guilty in court.

Do you have to open your window at a DUI roadblock?

DUI checkpoints or roadblocks are something of an anomaly. In most circumstances, the police are not allowed to randomly stop motorists. The police must have "reasonable suspicion" that a crime or violation of an ordinance has been committed or is about to be committed. With a sobriety roadblock, police are permitted to stop vehicles with reasonable suspicion. The U.S. Supreme Court approved this activity and so has the Indiana Supreme Court.

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