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The Guilt Myth


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2/21/2012
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DUI's are one of the most common criminal infractions that are reported, although one of the most misunderstood. Many people that get pulled over and stopped for alleged DUI's are not clear of what there rights are, which leads them not to get the legal representation they deserve. One of the most common myths around DUI's is that, most people that are accused are in fact guilty. This misconception we call, "The DUI Guilt Myth."
It is important to remember that even if you are accused of a DUI it does not mean you have been convicted of a DUI. It is a common and widespread belief that DUI cases can't be won. This is not true, and often when people plead guilty, they are not seeing that they should of fought the contraversal evidence of their alleged DUI.


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