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something you own or have that the state can't ignore, protected by the law, you can give it up but probably shouldn't, police must respect it and allow for it, you should assert it, it belongs to a person because they are a person, other persons or the state need to respect it, it arises because of a law or a constitution or because you are a person  

 

 

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See also: youth

See also: zero tolerance

See also: Admissibility of Physicals and ASD Prior to Rights

See also: Right to Counsel

See also: Unreasonable Delay

See also: Intoxication During Right to Counsel

See also: Interpreter During Right to Counsel

See also: Privacy During Right to Counsel

See also: Demand

See also: Waiver

See also: Counsel of Choice

See also: Information Component Right to Counsel

See also: Right to Silence

See also: Exclusion of Evidence Remedy 24(2)

See also: Coutts_Milne_Huff_White

See also: effective assistance of counsel

See also: privacy

See also: random stop

Links to legislation in International Referral Database:

Arizona : Administration of Justice in Arizona DUI Cases

Arizona : No person shall be compelled in any criminal case to give evidence against himself, or be twice put in jeopardy for the same offense.

Arizona : No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.

Arizona : Suspension for failing BAC test

Arizona : Arizona DUI Implied Consent Statute

British Columbia : Charter Litigation

British Columbia : Automatic suspension on conviction

California : Penalties for DUI while Commiting a Concurrent Criminal Act

California : Reasons for Immediate Suspension

California : DUI Penalties

Colorado : Know Your Rights!

Colorado : DUI Proceedure

Indiana : Open Container - Class C Infraction

Indiana : Plea of guilty; informing defendant of right

Indiana : Accused rights in criminal prosecutions

Indiana : Search and Seizure; Warrants

Missouri : Ten-Year Denials in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : License not to be issued to whom, exceptions

Missouri : Fines for Felonies in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Drivers under the age of 21, "Abuse and Lose" in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Refusal of Chemical Test Statute in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Five-Year Denials in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Additional Reinstatement fees from License Suspension in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Issuing temporary permits, written notice of driver's rights

Missouri : Missouri "C&I" Careless and Imprudent Driving Statute

Missouri : Prior/Persistent Offender Statute in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : The definition of Driving With Excessive Blood Alcohol Content in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Driving while revoked, penalty--imprisonment, mandatory, exception

Missouri : Driver License Compact agreement between Missouri and other States

Missouri : Compact--entered into

Missouri : The definition of Driving While Intoxicated in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Rules for Receipt of Notice of Administrative Suspension in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Hardship/Limited Driving Privileges in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

Missouri : Judge v. Jury in Sentencing a Driver in a Missouri DUI / DWI / BAC or other drunk driving case

New Jersey : Refusal in a School Zone

New Jersey : Refusal to submit to chemical test

New Jersey : Refusal

New Jersey : DWI in a School Zone

New Jersey : 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated

New Jersey : Driving while intoxicated

New York : Drinking and Driving arrest procedures: Under 21 years old

New York : Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program

New York : Operating a Motor Vehicle while under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs

New York : Arrest and Testing

New York : Suspension, Revocation, and Reissuance of Licenses and Registrations

Ontario : Jury Trials

Ontario : Right to Trial Within a Reasonable time

Ontario : Trial Fairness and Disclosure

Ontario : Right to Counsel

Ontario : Drive while Prohibited or Suspended Offence

Ontario : Reduction in Post-conviction Suspension with Interlock

Ontario : Approved Screening Device or Physical Tests Demand

Ontario : Instrument Test Record Card/Ticket

Ontario : Blood Warrant

Ontario : Automatic 90 Day Suspension when Charged with Over 80 or Refusal

Ontario : 3 Day Suspension Over 50 mg/100mL

Ontario : Over 0 Novice Driver

Virginia : Administrative suspension of license

Virginia : Penalty for driving while intoxicated; subsequent offense; prior conviction

Virginia : Assurance of breath-test validity; use of test results as evidence

Virginia : Implied consent to post-arrest chemical test to determine drug or alcohol content of blood

Virginia : Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood

Virginia : SANCTIONS FOR FIRST, SECOND, THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT DUI CONVICTIONS

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