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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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What’s the Difference Between a Public Defender and a Private Attorney?

If you find yourself in a tough legal situation, then you will need a lawyer. Not having a lawyer is unacceptable. Pleading guilty is unacceptable. Surrendering without a fight is not an option. You need a lawyer who will represent you to the best of his or her ability. A lawyer can save you money […]

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What are the consequences of refusing a DWI breath test in New Mexico, and what are the consequences of not hiring a private attorney?

If you have been pulled over for DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), you might be asked to take a breath test to verify whether you are impaired and to determine the level of blood alcohol in your system. Should you refuse? What are the legal consequences of declining a breathalyzer test in New Mexico? There are […]

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