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Harrisonburg Virginia DUI Lawyer Creates Legal Rights Card


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11/17/2008
Tom Foster
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Harrisonburg Virginia DUI Lawyer Robert Keefer has designed a business card that informs people of their Constitutional rights. Keefer, who has garnered national publicity for his aggressive attacks on DUI breathalyzer machines, designed his card out of concern for a lack of understanding of one's basic constitutional rights on the part of his many college age clients, most of whom were students at James Madison University. In his 24 years in practice, Keefer found himself regularly defending individuals in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County courts who would incriminate themselves in DUI, underage possession of alcohol, or possession of drugs cases. He designed and began handing out his "Keefer card" around Harrisonburg, especially at Madison. The Keefer card reads:
I Want My Lawyer! If I'm not under arrest, let me go. Do not question me. I assert my 5th Amendment privilege. I DO NOT consent to any searches or entry into any property. I DO NOT consent to any tests except under DUI Implied Consent.


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1 Comments to "Harrisonburg Virginia DUI Lawyer Creates Legal Rights Card"

Bob Keefer is well known to the students at James Madison University. His first message to frat groups, athletes, etc. is always "Don't drink and drive...its stupid." That having been said, any James Madison University student who gets into trouble over drinking would do very well to at least call Bob Keefer first and order the book at this web site. Knowing your rights is half the battle and I applaud Bob for making this information available to the public.
Posted by Ben Glass on November 17, 2008 at 01:47 PM

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