Cheyenne Attorney Dion James Custis Profiles 3 Common Field Sobriety Tests in Wyoming

If police pull you over on suspicion of driving under the influence, there is a high probability that they will ask you to complete field sobriety tests. Police officers use these evaluations to establish your coordination and ability to follow instructions. If you fail these tests, then police may record this information in a report. The prosecuting authority may use this report as evidence that you were indeed driving under the influence.

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Cheyenne Criminal Defense Attorney Dion Custis Debunks 4 Common DUI Myths

Most Wyoming drivers know at least one person who has faced DUI charges. In fact, driving under the influence is one of the most common criminal offenses in the United States. For this reason, a multitude of rumors surround these charges, and unfortunately, people who believe these myths can make mistakes that compromise their interests.
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Dion Custis Explains How to Avoid a DUI Charge on Labor Day Weekend

Most people already know that the best way to avoid a DUI charge is not to drive after consuming alcohol. This is true, but given the increased patrols on holiday weekends, it is wise to be extra cautious and avoid drinking and driving on Labor Day weekend. Wyoming State Troopers made more than 1,100 traffic stops over Labor Day weekend in 2014, and they expect to make just as many this year.

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Dion Custis Discusses the Possible Consequences of a Second DUI Offense in Wyoming

If Wyoming police charge you for a second DUI offense, you will be subject to both criminal and administrative penalties. As in most states, the penalties tend to worsen with each subsequent conviction.

There are several factors to consider if you have been charged with a repeat DUI. You probably have questions about the potential fines, jail time and other consequences, as well as the defense strategies that could work in your case.

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