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What are field sobriety tests?

The police have the right to pull over a vehicle when there is reasonable suspicion that a driver is performing, will perform or has performed a criminal activity. For example, a vehicle that is swerving between lanes, speeding or running red lights may be operated by...

3 DUI myths

A DUI charge can lead to license suspension, incarceration and fines, which can follow drivers for a long time. Drunk driving is also one of the biggest causes of fatal car accidents. Many people believe they can avoid DUI charges if they use a technique they were...

2 mistakes to avoid at a DUI stop

If the police see you driving poorly, they might stop you to check if you are driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or other drugs. A lot can happen at a DUI stop, from being questioned by the police to being requested to take tests. Thus, it can be easy to...

Can you refuse field sobriety tests?

Police may stop vehicles when they suspect a driver is drunk. During the traffic stop, the police may ask the driver to do a field sobriety test.  A field sobriety test is a kind of physical evaluation. To understand if you can refuse a field sobriety test, you should...