Failure to Read Miranda Warnings
Any statements or confessions made by a DUI suspect while they are in police custody are inadmissible in court unless they were made voluntarily and after being advised of their Miranda rights. A driver can be considered “in custody” even if they have not been formally arrested for DUI. If the police fail to properly read Miranda warnings, any incriminating statements elicited after the person is considered in custody (such as an admission to being “drunk” or “buzzed”) cannot be used in court.
Scottsdale DUI Attorney Joshua S. Davidson is committed to investigating every aspect of your case. He will identify all the potential weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and help you develop effective strategies to attack them in court. Contact Joshua S. Davidson today for a free consultation and gain the peace of mind you’ve been looking for.