An officer might use non-standardized field sobriety tests in states where the only substantiation compulsory from these tests is that the officer had realistic cause to confine the person on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Tests of this alternative nature are at the officer’s prudence. Simple tests might include:
Finger-to-nose: this requires the driver might to close his or her eyes and bring the finger around to touch the nose. Find out more about this test by speaking with a seasoned DUI attorney.
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