Legal Advice for “DUI Tests” — 119 results
Written by attorney Gary E. Blais, 5 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, about 1 year 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
Written by attorney James Layrisson, about 4 years ago.
Can police take my blood by force at a DWI sobriety checkpoint?
Yes, if they obtain a warrant first. In fact, this occurred in Tangipahoa Parish last week when local police officers,... more
Written by attorney Thomas Edge, over 1 year ago.
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Here is a list of some the commonly tested for drugs when blood is sent to a lab in a DUI case. This list is not all inclusive and officers/prosecutors may... more
Written by attorney Dan Chambers, almost 2 years ago.
Field Sobriety Tests, or FSTs, are a central part of nearly every Orange County DUI case. They are also 100% voluntary, but the law does not require an officer to inform you of this fact.... more
Written by attorney Todd F. La Neve, almost 2 years ago.
Most people would think that if a person's blood is tested in a hospital as part of a DUI investigation, the test would be checking for the presence of ethanol, the type of alcohol we... more
Written by attorney Kevin Siefken, about 2 years ago.
On April 17, the Supreme Court of the United States determined a blood test could not be used as evidence, because it was taken in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States... more
Written by attorney Frank Bianco, over 4 years ago.
Don't drink or take drugs before driving. The Florida Dui law requires the prosecution to prove only that your normal faculties are impaired by alcohol or drugs. It does not require that... more
Written by attorney Jason Korner, over 2 years ago.
There are plenty of rumors and urban legends surrounding the police breath test in a DWI investigation. However, few people know how the machines actually work. Below we will lay out some... more
Written by attorney Scott Hughes, over 4 years ago.
California Law requires a
person who is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol to submit to
a blood or a breath test to determine their blood alcohol concentration.