Field Sobriety Tests
What are Field Sobriety Tests?
In order to determine a driver’s impairment, law enforcement officials will often ask drivers to submit to standardized field sobriety tests during a DWI stop. These tests, which include an eye test called the horizontal gaze nystagmus test (HGN), walking in a straight line, standing on one foot while counting, possible reciting the alphabet or bringing your fingers to your nose, can easily set someone up for failure.
If you have been accused of DWI after failing a field sobriety test, seek the immediate assistance of Dummit Fradin. We can help you challenge the results of these notoriously unreliable field sobriety tests.
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Our DWI attorneys can examine the details of your case in order to determine if your inability to perform field sobriety tests was due to a medical issue or lack of proper instructions. We are not afraid to challenge evidence or law enforcement testimonies when defending the rights of our clients. We will exhaust every single defense tactic in order to shield you from harsh penalties, such as fines and the loss of your driving privileges, or worse.
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