You were stopped for failing to signal a turn. When you opened the window, the officer spotted a flask on your passenger seat, smelled alcohol and asked you to take field sobriety tests, which you refused. Can you be convicted because of the flask? The answer depends on many factors. If the flask was empty, you may have a defendable case as long as there is little other evidence of DUI. But how empty is empty enough? If the flask is completely dry, you may not have a problem provided your driving and demeanor were steady. But what if the… Continue Reading CAN I BE CONVICTED FOR DUI BASED ON MY FLASK?