Month: November 2015

REFUSING FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS

Few motorists realize that they have the right to refuse an officer’s request for field sobriety tests (FSTs). There is no legal requirement that a driver must perform FSTs before or after an arrest. An officer can only request, not compel, a motorist to perform tests. The critical issue is whether the refusal to perform FSTs is admissible as evidence of intoxication.

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