Trained police officers will use their senses to detect clues for driving under the influence after the initial stop. The officers will use their sight to observe blood shot eyes, disheveled clothing, pale face, or any marks or bruises. Additionally, trained officers will observe individuals for swaying while walking, swaying while standing, leaning on objects for support, stumbling or loss of balance.
The police officer will use their hearing to listen for slurred speech, abusive language, inconsistent statements, and admissions of drinking. Officers also listen for yelling or loud talking.
Drinking responsibly (or not drinking at all) is the best guard against getting pulled over in the first place. If you do happen to find yourself charged with driving under the influence (DUI), call or contact the experienced DUI attorneys at Montagna Klein Camden. You can’t afford to stand trial alone.