4 More Police Secrets to Catching Drunk Drivers Revealed
Oakland Gardens, N.Y. February 8th, 2010 - Officer “X” Reveals More Methods For Making His DUI Quota.
This is part 2 in the myDUIattorney.org series on Police ‘Secrets’ to spotting and arresting drunk drivers. An actual police officer with real-life experience imparted these ‘secrets’. This article promises to be more interesting, informative and revealing than the last.
Previously, myDUIattorney.org interviewed a police veteran about his methods for catching intoxicated drivers. After divulging 5 of his secrets to catching DUI drivers, it was necessary to dig a little deeper to get some more information for readers. So here’s 4 more fascinating items that shed a new light on how police see DUI and what people can do to be aware.
4. What percent of DUI arrests are for repeat offenders?
This statistic is extremely surprising, in that: 1 in 3 people pulled over for driving while intoxicated that were found to be over the limit had a previous DUI arrest and conviction. “You’re kidding me! What does that say about drunk driving in the United States and our laws to punish drunk drivers?” Richard Jacobs, of myDUIattorney.org, asked Officer X.
“It tells me that the penalties are not serious enough, and that a large number of people continue to think that DUI is a joke and not a serious offense, no matter how many we arrest.” Officer X says with a sigh.
3. What is the typical response when suspected drunk drivers are pulled over and questioned? Do they cry, try to run, or become abusive?
“You know, I’ve had pretty good luck in my career in dealing with DUI arrests. Of course, I’ve seen it all – women exposing themselves, soliciting me for ‘you-know-what’, people crying, some arguing, but most people understand that they’ve done wrong and they don’t get crazy. You have to keep it professional, and treat people with respect, firmness, and dignity, and they often will treat you the same.”
The details of the interview were a huge dose of common sense, but still surprising in their simplicity. The last 2 secrets (and the full interview) are shown on the myDUIattorney.org website in the DUI news section.
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