If you’ve been the unlucky recipient of a speeding ticket or other moving violation, consider your options, especially the advice of an attorney, before writing a check.
The One Leg Stand Test is the third of three Standardized Field Sobriety tests for detecting drunk driving, and it’s only 65% accurate.
The Walk and Turn Test is the second of three Standardized Field Sobriety tests for detecting drunk driving. Sadly, this test is designed for you to fail.
Here’s a real-life example on why you should NOT perform the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) test for drunk driving.
Police and prosecutors attempt to prove DUI cases by using standardized field sobriety tests. Find out more about these tests and learn how they are used to determine a person’s sobriety (or lack thereof).
Attorney Patrick M. Moriarty offers advice on what to do and not do if you’re stopped by police after you’ve been drinking.