1. What do Florida DUI police officers look for when searching for Florida drunk drivers on the highways?
  2. If I'm stopped by a Florida DUI police officer and he asks me if I've been drinking, what should I say?
  3. Do I have a right to an Florida DUI attorney when I'm stopped by an Florida DUI officer and asked to take a field sobriety test?
  4. What is the Florida DUI officer looking for during the initial detention at the scene?
  5. What should I do if I'm asked to take Florida DUI field sobriety tests?
  6. Why did the Florida DUI officer make me follow a penlight with my eyes to the left and right?
  7. Should I agree to take a Florida DUI chemical test? What happens if I don't?
  8. Do I have a choice of Florida DUI chemical tests? Which should I choose?
  9. The Florida DUI officer never gave me a Miranda warning: Can I get my case dismissed?
  10. What Florida DUI crimes will I be charged with?
  11. The Florida DUI officer took my license and served me with a notice of suspension after the breath test: How can he do that if I'm presumed innocent?
  12. Can I represent myself? What can a Florida DUI lawyer do for me?
  13. How can I find a qualified Florida DUI drunk driving lawyer?
  14. What will it cost to get a Florida DUI lawyer?
  15. What is the punishment for Florida DUI drunk driving?
  16. What is a Florida DUI sentence "enhancement"?
  17. What is a "rising BAC defense"?
  18. What is "mouth alcohol"?
  19. What Florida DUI defenses are there in a Florida DUI case?
  20. I have some questions about my Florida DUI case. Where can I go for answers?



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