Field Sobriety Test Lawyers

Field sobriety tests are subjective and several have even been deemed unreliable by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). They are not designed to prove your innocence, but rather to show the police officer that you are unfit to drive. Besides that, many drivers could not pass these tests even when they are sober. If you are pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving, you have the right to refuse to take field sobriety tests. You also have the right to refuse the breath test. Refusing any roadside test will likely lead to an arrest, but at least you will not have provided the police with any evidence.

Because you are reading this, it is likely that you or a loved one has already been arrested on suspicion of DWI/DUI in Texas. It is important to realize that you still have legal options. With the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer, field sobriety test results can be challenged along with breath and blood test results.

With offices in Pearland and Angleton, our law firm examines field sobriety test results for clients throughout Greater Houston. In some cases, an effective defense can be built entirely around test results that will be ruled inadmissible in court.

Call Scott M. Brown & Associates today to schedule a consultation with an attorney. We are available at 979-849-8526.

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Ongoing Controversy Over Implied Consent And DWI Tests

Police officers will tell you that you are required by law to perform field sobriety tests and breath tests. They will likely take your blood for alcohol and drug testing whether they have a warrant or not. Texas law enforcement even has “no refusal weekends,” during which you will be required to participate in tests with or without your consent.

These policies are being challenged at the highest level, and results can still be challenged in court. Our attorneys keep up to date on these developing issues, and we know every strategy in the book, as well as outside of the box, that can effectively mitigate the consequences you face and potentially get the charges against you thrown out or dismissed.

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