DUI ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | CAPE CORAL DUI ATTORNEY
No, if the police want to get your side of the story, the first thing you should do is contact an attorney. Once you contact that attorney, have that attorney get in contact with the police officers to ask them exactly what they’re trying to get from you. You should never talk to the police without having an attorney present, even if it’s something as simple as you think you may have just been a witness. You may have thought that, “Hey, I was only driving in the car of the person who hit somebody on a DUI,” but you could also be accessory after the fact as well. Never say anything to the police without having an attorney present.