This might go without saying, but if you reek of booze and you breathe all over a police officer, they're probably going to get you out of the car for sobriety tests. Thus, in the ideal situation, you would have one of my business cards with the aforementioned phrase written on the back. That way, you don't have to talk to the cop at all - you can just hand the officer the card.
Results. As fast as the law will allow.
Questions answered in this blog post: Do I have to show police my license, insurance and registration; how do I find a good Louisville DUI lawyer; what am I supposed to say to an officer if I get stopped for DUI; Do you have to take a breathalyzer; do you have to take a DUI breath test; what are the rules on Kentucky DUI breath tests; how do I find a good Lexington DUI lawyer; do I have to answer a police officer's questions; do I have to take field sobriety tests in Kentucky; how do I find a good Elizabethtown DUI lawyer; if a cop asks if I have been drinking, what should I say; how to handle a DUI have you been drinking question; what is the right to remain silent?