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if one has an altercation with an employee of a restaurant, and that employee calls the police tells them the the other person left driving under the influence, must the office have a warrant to go to the person's home and give them a sobriety test and have the ability to arrest them for DUI?that is why the officer called my husband out to the street and would not step foot on our property acting as if he were there just to question the restaurant incident and immediately beginning the process of a sobriety test. this happening about an hour after he had left the restaurant, the judge stated there was no way a man could drink 3 or 4 beers during the hour he was home and therefore was convicted for dui and for refusal. what a shame....especially since he REALLY was not drinking until he came home upset about the altercation occured and the restaurant worked testified he had not even had a drink.