Any time you are arrested for suspected DUI, your constitutional rights may come in to play.
Regardless of what state you are arrested in, any person in police custody is guaranteed certain rights by the U.S. Constitution. Many of these rights are often recounted by police at the time of the arrest through what is commonly known as a Miranda warning, which advises those arrested on their "right to remain silent."
But what else does the Constitution guarantee for those arrested for an alleged DUI? Here are three constitutional rights you should know: