What about my rights? I get that question a lot. They didn’t read me my rights! Regretfully, for a DUI stop, they’re not required to. Will I get an attorney? Not that quick. As a matter of fact, in Oklahoma they’re going to read something to you before giving you a breath test, and in that statement (called Implied Consent) it will specifically say that you are not entitled to speak to an attorney before deciding whether to take the test.
That’s right, you are not entitled to speak to an attorney. DUI’s are treated special, and I don’t mean that in a good way special either, they are treated differently. Many of the rights that you normally would have you do not have in a DUI arrest.