You've been stopped by the police and taken to the station because they think you are over the limit. They want you to take a breath test, but taking the test could get you arrested for DUI. If you refuse to submit to testing, your driver's license will be suspended. What should you do?
People who have been stopped for suspicion of impaired driving have the right to legal counsel, so the police must allow you to talk with an attorney. But when you're standing at the side of the road or in a police station, you may be anxious, confused, and not in the best frame of mind to make important decisions.
That's why the Law Office of Rob McKinney created this helpful iPhone and Android app. It can connect you immediately to an attorney who can provide the advice you need. The app also provides several other functions that can help you protect your rights and reduce the possibility of a DUI arrest.
An App To Inform And Protect You
Tennessee DUI Law Help is an app for use with iOS 4.0 or later and Android 2.1 and later, for use on your Smartphone or tablet device. You can download it here:
- Tennessee DUI Law Help for iPhone
- Tennessee DUI Law Help for Android
At the Law Office of Rob McKinney, we have counseled many people who were on the verge of being arrested for DUI or who have already been arrested. We saw the need to create an easy way for people to contact us for advice concerning breath tests, blood tests and other matters following DUI stops.
These are some of the features included in Tennessee DUI Law Help:
- It can provide a rough estimation of your blood alcohol content.
- The app provides a list of the rights you have when you are stopped by a police officer.
- If you are being arrested, it can send a text message to a friend, including your GPS location.
- Before you get behind the wheel, you can use the app to call a cab, so you DON'T get arrested.
- The app can enable you to call the Law Office of Rob McKinney for DUI advice and help.