Attorney Creates Tool to Help Prevent Unfair DUI Arrests


A Florida attorney claims a tool he’s created can help you avoid being falsely arrested for driving under the influence.

Defense attorney Warren Redlich created the Fair DUI Flyer, and recommends holding it up to the window along with your license, registration and proof of insurance when you are pulled over by police.

Redlich was in the news recently when he used the flyer himself at a DUI checkpoint in Boca Raton, Florida.

A critical component of how the flyer operates is in a driver’s refusal to speak to police — a right which is guaranteed by the 5th Amendment of the US Constitution. The front of the flyer reiterates this to police by stating that the driver is exercising their right to remain silent, along with legal code that shows they are also not required to sign anything or hand police their license.

Redlich points out that whether or not a person is arrested for a DUI is often up to an officer’s opinion, rather than whether or not they are actually intoxicated.

Attorney Creates Tool to Help Prevent Unfair DUI Arrests | TruthVoice.

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