Legal Advice for Sobriety Tests — 88 results
Written by attorney Michael Kraut, 8 months ago.
There tends to be a wide variety of rumors and myths surrounding DUI stops and investigations. People often receive conflicting information on what they should do when stopped for a DUI and... more
Written by attorney Grigoriy Sarkisyan, about 1 year ago.
FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS Field sobriety tests (FSTs) are also used as a way to collect DUI evidence against you. Keep in mind that these tests are voluntary and you are not legally required to... more
Written by attorney Saad Qamer Qadri, about 2 years ago.
The defense of a driving under the influence charge is a highly technical and an extremely difficult undertaking. There are many advantages that a DUI attorney can bring to a case.Most DUI... more
Written by attorney Jared Austin, over 2 years ago.
Field Sobriety Tests (FST) are a series of test established by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to help police officers determine when a driver is at or above the... more
Written by attorney Jasen Nielsen, over 2 years ago.
Field Sobriety Tests 100% Voluntary
Field Sobriety Tests, or FSTs, are a central part of nearly every DUI case. They are also 100% voluntary, but the law does not require an officer to... more
Written by attorney Philip Wormdahl, almost 3 years ago.
Most officers will subject a suspected impaired driver to roadside tests. The common three test battery, known as the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs) include: the Horizontal Gaze... more
Written by attorney Mechislav Furman, over 3 years ago.
On March 10, two unrelated arrests were made on a 50-year-old man and a 48-year-old woman in Glenview, IL, within two hours of each other, for multiple charges including DUI. Driving under... more
Written by attorney Judy Jin Kim, over 3 years ago.
Law enforcement officers that suspect a person of driving under the influence can perform a number of different standardized and non-standardized tests in order to help them discern a... more
Written by attorney James J White, over 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 Max Allen Keller, over 3 years ago.
If a police officer has reason to believe that you are driving while intoxicated, he or she will require that you submit to field sobriety tests. These tests are to determine whether or... more