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Video Showing How to Get Out of DUI Evokes Public Outrage

Friday, January 09, 2015

 

The weekend after Christmas, GoLocal Worcester reported that the Massachusetts State Police would be holding DUI checkpoints throughout Worcester County. This week, Dailymail.com reported that a lawyer from Boca Raton had found a way around these checkpoints.

According to the story, public outrage erupted when guidlines released by Attorney Warren Redlich were used at an actual DUI checkpoint. The video can be seen here: DUI Checkpoint Video

In the video, the driver provides a 'Fair DUI' flyer that reads 'I remain silent, no searches, I want my lawyer'. When the driver approaches the checkpoint, he hangs the flyer outside of his window in a clear plastic bag. The officers read it, and waive him through.

According to Dailymail.com, Redlich does not condone drunk driving, but instead, developed the guidelines so people aren't wrongfully accused of DUI.

 

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