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Suggested clip Video Demonstration of Standard Field Sobriety Test - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Video Demonstration of Standard Field Sobriety Test - YouTube
Field Sobriety Tests: What Police Don't Want You To Know. In most cases when a motorist has been detained for a traffic violation and is suspected of drunk driving, the investigating officer will request the suspect to perform certain field sobriety tests (FSTs). It is impossible to pass a field sobriety test.
When police officers arrest anyone, they believe they have probable cause to do so. If an individual passes the field sobriety tests, and does not register as legally intoxicated on a roadside breathalyzer test, the officer can still arrest the person if the officer suspects they are a danger to others.
In California, if you have been pulled over but not arrested, you can refuse a chemical test. However, if you refuse to take a field sobriety test when you've been pulled over under suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), you may inadvertently give a police officer grounds to arrest you.
Refusing field sobriety tests will most likely result in the person being arrested. If an individual passes the field sobriety tests, and does not register as legally intoxicated on a roadside breathalyzer test, the officer can still arrest the person if the officer suspects they are a danger to others.
There are eight clues associated with the walk and turn test. Two can be assessed in the instructional stage (starts too soon, looses balance) and the remaining six in the walking stage (misses heel to toe, steps off line, uses arms to balance, stops while walking, too many steps, improper turn).
There are eight clues associated with the walk and turn test. Two can be assessed in the instructional stage (starts too soon, looses balance) and the remaining six in the walking stage (misses heel to toe, steps off line, uses arms to balance, stops while walking, too many steps, improper turn).
The one-leg stand test is a standardized field sobriety test (SFST) that police often administer as a means to determine whether a DUI suspect is under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
HGN Cues/Clues of Intoxication There are a total of three clues that can be assessed in this test: lack of smooth pursuit, distinct nystagmus at maximum deviation, and the onset of nystagmus prior to 45 degrees. Each eye is scored independently for three clues in each eye giving a total of six indicators/cues.
ONE LEG STAND SFST CLUES Note that if the suspect cannot perform the test (test stopped or not requested for suspect's safety), then the officer will assign all 4 clues.
while looking at your foot until instructed to stop. While performing this test, the officer will look for six possible clues: swaying, using arms for balance, hopping or putting your foot down. If the officer observes two or more clues, you will fail the test and can be arrested for drunk driving.
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