Were You Pulled Over for DUI in Las Vegas without Reasonable Suspicion?

Written by: The Law Offices of Garrett T. Ogata

Many people are not aware that Nevada police cannot simply pull you over arbitrarily. With the exception of certain checkpoint situations, there has to be reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop to take place. Police have to witness a traffic violation or observe you driving unsafely.  If you have been arrested for DUI in Las Vegas due to an arbitrary traffic stop, your rights have been violated under Nevada constitution.

There Needs to be Reasonable Suspicion to Get Pulled Over for DUI in Las Vegas

If you have been pulled over for DUI in Las Vegas, the right attorney will know how to challenge the legitimacy of the traffic stop. This is done through suppression motions. The police officer is cross examined and the argument is made that the stop lacked reasonable suspicion.

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