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Reasonable Suspicion

On Behalf of | Aug 25, 2021 | Criminal Defense

In order to conduct a traffic stop, law enforcement must have reasonable suspicion. In other words, they must reasonably suspect that you are driving under the influence. Certain traffic violations can lead to reasonable suspicion, such as speeding, swerving, driving too quickly and driving too slowly.

If you have concerns about whether or not your traffic stop was legal, or if you need guidance throughout your OWI case, contact our firm. A cultural stigma has become associated with drunk driving that was not present in our society even a decade ago. Preserve your reputation and freedom with the aid of a skillful attorney.