The Legality of Search and Seizure in DUI Cases

This book provides an insider’s perspective on best practices for identifying and litigating Fourth Amendment violations in Driving Under the Influence cases. Leading defense attorneys guide the reader through the proper search and seizure procedures and NHTSA standards that law enforcement should follow during the initial stop, investigation, and DUI arrest.

The following chapter was written by David B. Franks.

ABOUT THE BOOK

The book is one of the Inside the Minds series of national-level legal and business publications by Thomson Reuters/Aspatore Books.

“The Legality of Search and Seizure in DUI Cases” provides best practices for attorneys to identify and challenge Fourth Amendment violations in DUI cases. Aspatore Books publishes partners from the most respected law firms, and the Inside the Minds series of books provides readers with legal information from these leading lawyers.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

David B. Franks was one of six lawyers nationwide who authored a chapter for this publication. Each author was selected based on his experience and standing within the legal community.

Franks, a partner in the law firm of Franks & Rechenberg, P.C., of Lake in the Hills, focuses on DUI and criminal defense. He is a member of the McHenry County Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association, and a member of the latter’s Criminal Justice Section Council and Traffic Laws and Courts Section Council. He currently serves as the secretary of the Traffic Laws and Courts Section Council.

Martindale-Hubbell recently awarded Franks the “AV” preeminent rating, the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.