Tag Archives: Criminal Defense

Know Your Rights – Help! I’ve been arrested for DUI on the Navajo Nation!

Never admit to drinking to a Navajo police officer! Should you ever find yourself the target of a DUI investigation, never admit to drinking to a Navajo police officer. Pursuant to the Navajo Bill of Rights and the prohibition against self-incrimination, you are not required to answer such an incriminating question. 1 N.N.C. § 8. […]

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Know your Rights! If Zuni police have arrested you for DWI act quickly.

If you are facing criminal charges by the Zuni Pueblo in suspicion of any crime, including DWI, know that both the Zuni law and the Indian Civil Rights Act afford you certain protections. If you were arrested for DWI, and you blew .08 or above, or you refused to take the breathalyzer, you automatically lose […]

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Question: What does “reasonable suspicion” and “probable cause” mean for a New Mexico DWI investigation?

Question: What does “reasonable suspicion” and “probable cause” mean in a DWI investigation? And what’s the big deal if I admit to having only drank “a couple” of beers? Before a New Mexico police officer can make contact with a person and conduct a DWI investigation, it is required that the police have “reasonable suspicion.” […]

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