Month: June 2020

You have rights if administered DUI tests

A night on the town does not have to end with driving under the influence (DUI) tests. The easiest ways to avoid them are to have a designated driver or to not drink at all. People often drive without realizing they are impaired. A recent National Highway Traffic...

Do field sobriety tests give accurate results?

Whether the police have ever pulled you over on suspicion of drinking and driving or not, you are probably familiar with field sobriety tests. You may not have heard that term before, but you have likely seen someone on the side of the road performing these tests...

Why should I plan a sober ride home?

When you go out for drinks, you probably take the time to plan an outfit, leave at a specific time and grab your wallet or purse. Although it might not always be top of mind, figuring out how you will get home at the end of the night should also be a priority. Instead...

How can sober people fail sobriety tests?

Defense against a DUI arrest can begin with flawed field sobriety tests. In fact, sometimes sober people can fail tests designed to determine if a driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Keeping notes on every aspect of your arrest can help you unfold how...