Field Sobriety Tests- Prescott

If you were recently arrested for a DUI, you were probably subjected to field sobriety tests. Don't accept that the results are set in stone. Our experienced Prescott DUI lawyers can possibly challenge the results of your test and change the outcome of your case. Once you retain representation from Rosenstein Law Group, we will begin to explore your case and determine if there were any issues with the field sobriety tests that were administered.

Field Sobriety Tests Are Routinely Thrown Out of Court

It's important for you to realize that these tests are not mandatory, and the results do not constitute proof. They are tools that law enforcement officers use, and nothing more. If you submitted to these tests and were subsequently charged with a DUI, you may have the foundation for a strong defense.

Don't accept the claims of law enforcement officials and prosecutors. Work with our lawyers for help gathering the facts you need to challenge your charges. At Rosenstein Law Group, we are available to you at any time, and we have the experience you need.

Our Team of Prescott DUI Attorneys Is Ready to Protect You

One of the many problems with field sobriety tests is that they are not scientific. The law enforcement officer may not admit to it, but even they know how unreliable these tests can be. A person could fail the test for a variety of reasons, many of which have nothing to do with consumption of alcohol or physical impairment.

Our attorneys understand the issues concerning these tests and how to present them in court. It is important for you to understand that these tests are not mandatory and you have the right to refuse participation.

Some reasons a sober person may fail a field sobriety test include:

  • Sleep deprivation
  • Lack of balance
  • Stress
  • Distraction
  • Eye conditions
  • Weight issues

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