Modified Transcript of “DWI Burdens of Proof” for Hearing Impaired:
The third burden of proof that the state has to satisfy when we’re speaking about a prosecution for DWI, I’m just going to refer to as criminal procedure at large. When we’re talking about reasonable suspicion, typically we’re talking about the stop. When we’re talking about probable cause, we’re typically just talking about the arrest. Criminal procedure at large we’re talking about the process as a whole, but not from a factual end necessarily, but from a procedural one.