Legal Advice for “DUI Tests” — 117 results
Written by attorney Jasen Nielsen, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Before Arrest: Breath Test Is (Usually) Voluntary When performing a DUI investigation, many officers will attempt to get you to perform what is called a Preliminary Alcohol Screening (PAS)... more
Written by attorney James J White, about 3 years ago.
There are only three validly tested and nationally certified field sobriety tests (FSTs). The Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, the Walk and Turn and the One Leg Stand. These tests, properly... more
Written by attorney Cory Earl Yager, almost 2 years ago.
In a DUI case, one of the States strongest pieces of evidence is often the results of a State Administered Breath Test. Often, accused citizens faced with a number on a state breath test... more
Written by attorney Gregory Spink, over 2 years ago.
Each DWI case presents its own issues and defenses that may be used. Generally there are certain defenses which can be successfully argued to get a DWI charge dismissed. If a police officer... more
Written by attorney Lynn Norton-Ramirez, 4 months ago.
In NC, you do not get to choose the type or number of chemical tests you may be asked to provide. The officer is in charge The law in North Carolina provides for the driver to have a... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Smith, about 3 years ago.
The results of a breathalyzer test are often considered the strongest evidence a prosecutor has against a defendant in a drunk driving case. However, there are numerous situations in which... more
Written by attorney Steven Tabano, over 3 years ago.
When a person is driving and is stopped by a police officer, the officer may ask you to perform field sobriety tests if he or she suspects that you may be under the influence of alcohol or... more
Written by attorney Troy Slaten, over 3 years ago.
One of the ways law enforcement determines if you have been driving under the influence is through the administration of field sobriety tests. But just how accurate are they?
Driving under... more
Written by attorney Gary E. Blais, 2 months ago.
FACTS! 1) The Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test (checking for distinct involuntary deviation of the eye when observing "slow and fast" eye movements in following a hand held object), as part... more
Written by attorney Susan Hearne, 9 months ago.
Colorado's New MJ DUI Law sets a legal limit for presumptive "driving under the influence" of marijuana Changes in Driving Under The Influence Of Marijuana A new law in Colorado. This law... more