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3 Lies Police Officers Can Tell You at a DUI Checkpoint
3 Lies Police Officers Can Tell You at a DUI Checkpoint

DUI checkpoints can be intimidating and confusing, which makes it difficult to remember your rights in these situations. This confusion also makes it easy for police officers to manipulate you, which is only amplified by the fact that they can lie to you in order to get the ...

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