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.
Steven Knech won a reversal on appeal of a felony resisting law enforcement conviction.
Most people don’t know what to expect when they are questioned by the police or arrested. They frequently make mistakes that hurt their case, even if they have done nothing wrong. You need to be prepared to avoid making these common mistakes:
Mistake # 1: Waiting to hire a lawyer
If you have been contacted by the police or arrested, you need to hire a lawyer as soon as possible. The sooner a lawyer is on the case, the better your chances of a favorable outcome. Dismissals, success at trial and good plea deals happen because an attorney prepared well and thoroughly. If you wait to get an attorn...
Steven Knecht recently obtained a dismissal of a felony firearm possession charge.