In my previous post, I discussed the benefits of refusing to submit to field sobriety testing if a driver has been stopped for suspicion of DWI/DUI. Unfortunately for them, many drivers still submit to the tests. Of the three standardized field sobriety tests, the One Leg Stand (OLS)…the last test that is administered in the […]Continue reading
When a police officer orders a driver to stop his or her vehicle, the driver’s first instinct typically is to sheepishly admit the mistake and answer the officer’s questions. The officer asks if the driver had been drinking and the driver responds with the standard “one or two beers.” The driver mistakenly believes that honesty will somehow get the driver out of the situation and avoid an arrest. Unfortunately, the driver couldn’t be more wrong.