We at The Law Offices of Steven R. Adams, LLC want to make sure that you celebrate life with your family and friends and have a very happy Thanksgiving. Part of that is being aware of the Po Po.
In this country, the government has the Bird-en of proof! You don’t have to help them by giving the police the evidence they need to convict you of a crime. Don’t let the Po Po stuff your turkey with evidence you gave them.
Do not give the Po Po the following ingredients to ruin your Thanksgiving:
- Don’t gobble and don’t chatter! You have the right to remain silent, so exercise it. Politely tell the officer that you will not be answering any questions until you get in touch with your lawyer, Steven R. Adams.
- Choose to refuse field sobriety tests. Field sobriety tests (or as I like to call them, “roadside gymnastics”) are designed to make people fail. Police officers are not scientists, so there is no reason to take a subjective test which has no scientific merit.
- Refuse chemical testing at all costs. Speaking of unreliable and unscientific tests, remember to also choose to refuse and blood, breath, or urine tests. These tests are founded on junk science and often involve the use of unreliable, poorly maintained machines. These tests are known for giving inaccurate results, so why take them? You are constitutionally protected against self-incrimination, so exercise your rights by saying no-no to the Po Po. Remember:don’t try it, just deny it!
DON’T FALL FOR GOVERNMENT OR PO PO TRICKERY
This Thanksgiving, if you’re stopped by the Man, call the Man! Cincinnati DUI/OVI attorney Steven R. Adams has been recognized as among the top 5% of attorneys in Ohio and has been deemed an expert witness for DUI and OVI cases. In addition, he is certified in the operation of all three breath testing machines in Ohio and Kentucky and is a qualified instructor for Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. Having a lawyer who understands the various methods used by police to incriminate drivers can potentially increase your chances of success.