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Lawyer Up and Shut Up : by New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

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Uploaded on May 22, 2010

http://www.byebyedwi.com/ - If the police want to talk to you, you need to bear in mind your Miranda rights at all times. Your Miranda rights are two basic rights: one is your right to a lawyer; your other is your right to remain silent. So when the cops want to ask you questions remember these two rights: # 1.) Lawyer Up and # 2.) Shut Up. Don't tell 'em anything. Call me today.

New Hampshire DWI lawyer Mark Stevens explains your Miranda rights in their most basic terms: lawyer up and shut up. When the cops want to talk to you, call New Hampshire Attorney Mark Stevens at 1-603-893-0074. If you are facing a charge under New Hampshire DWI/DUI laws, it is important to talk to your DWI defense lawyer BEFORE you talk to the cops.

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