If during a traffic stop in Indiana, a police officer asks you to take a breath test to determine if you are intoxicated, should you agree to take the breath test?
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If a breath test returns "insufficient sample", does that count as refusing the test? Lawyer Stephen Knecht discusses the details in this article.
To be convicted of Operating while Intoxicated, the State must prove that you were operating a vehicle. What does this mean under Indiana law?
If your vehicle is impounded after an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) or other traffic stop, can the vehicle be searched?
Many people believe that they cannot be charged with OWI if the police officer did not see them operating the vehicle. Steven Knecht lets us know if this bit of urban wisdom is true in the state of Indiana.