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Confusion Doctrine Jacksonville FL

Often times an individual under investigation for DUI is confused with a bombardment of information. The police will instruct a suspect of their Constitutional Rights or Miranda Rights and the rights associated with Implied Consent. It is often this point when a suspect invokes their Miranda rights and asks for an attorney or the right to remain silent, and subsequently refuses to perform Field Sobriety Exercises or a Breath Test.

The refusal to participate in field sobriety exercises or a breath test is admissible in court for a DUI prosecution. A skilled DUI Lawyer will contest the admissibility of such a refusal and properly by able to explain the confusion to a jury in a DUI prosecution.

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