A woman who was demanding a conjugal visit with an inmate in the Flagler County, Florida jail was arrested for DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol) according to an article on News4Jax.com. The article indicated that the woman drove up to the Flagler County jail twice demanding a visit and the police officers detected that she was drunk. Police ultimately found her sitting in her car and arrested her. A breathalyzer test revealed that her blood alcohol level was 0.256, which is more than three times the limit of 0.08.
For the few people who do not know, they have police and/or sheriff officers at the jail. It is not a good place to show up drunk demanding visits with inmates. This story falls into the category of stories about people who are trying to get arrested.
DUI cases made by police officers often have holes allowing for various defenses that criminal defense lawyers can exploit when defending DUI clients. However, there are certain things DUI defendants can do to impair their defenses. This is a unique and extreme example but generally, if the police have stopped you and are investigating you for a possible DUI, the best thing to do is to stay calm, be polite and ask for your criminal defense lawyer without providing any information about where you have been, what you have been doing and your current state of mind.