The Legality of Search and Seizure in DUI Cases provides an authoritative, insiders perspective on the laws for seizing evidence in a DUI arrest and the key strategies for challenging these searches. Featuring leading DUI defense practitioners from across the country, these experts guide the reader through recent cases and statutes that have impacted how evidence can be obtained in a DUI stop. Highlighting the common search and seizure procedures utilized by law enforcement officials, the authors explain the types of evidence that can be taken during an arrest and describe how to challenge evidence obtained as the result of an unlawful search. From demanding discovery to questioning the decision to search and suppressing data that was acquired, these leaders emphasize the impact evidence from the traffic stop can have on the outcome of a case and the importance of ensuring that evidence is legal and valid. Additionally, the authors analyze the evolution of DUI evidence and how search and seizure practices and the admission of evidence may change as a result. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great legal minds of today, as these experienced lawyers offer up their thoughts around the keys to navigating this developing area of law.According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) DWI Instructora#39;s Manual (2004), there are three standardized field sobriety tests: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, Walkand-Turn, and One-Leg Stand. They must beanbsp;...
|Title||:||The legality of search and seizure in DUI cases|
|Author||:||Kevin Siefken, Daniel Larin, Thomas Payne|
|Publisher||:||Aspatore Books - 2010-06-01|