If I’m Pulled Over by a Police Officer and Asked If I’ve Been Drinking What Should I Say?

For the average motorist, looking in the rearview mirror and seeing flashing lights is, at the very least, an annoyance. Once a law enforcement officer has pulled you over, the original reason for the stop, however, could turn into something more serious. The most common example of this is when a routine traffic stop becomes a driving under the influence, or DUI, investigation. What is the best way to handle this if it happens to you? Specifically, you may be wondering “If I’m pulled over by a police officer and asked if I’ve been drinking what should I say?” Unfortunately, there is no universal answer to that question; however, a better understanding of the consequences of your possible answers might help you decide how to respond. If you have not had anything at all to drink prior to getting behind the wheel your answer is simple enough. Just say “No officer.” On the other end of the spectrum, if you are clearly intoxicated you should not be behind the wheel to begin wit
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