Mistakes In Field Sobriety Tests
Were you pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving and administered a field sobriety test? If so, you can take an important step toward protecting your rights, freedom and future. Talk to me, I am Michael Reno, a skilled Worcester field sobriety test lawyer.
For over 20 years, I have seen and brought to light the mistakes law enforcement make when administering field sobriety tests. I understand all of the ways a test can be erroneously administered and how someone may receive an unfair result. I will do what I can to keep you out of jail.
At my firm, the Worcester Law Office of Michael J. Reno, P.C., I know that the consequences of a drunk driving offense can be serious and life-changing. I am committed to building a strong drunk driving defense on your behalf. Contact me today for a free consultation. If there’s any way I can help you, I will.
Identifying Mistakes In Field Sobriety Tests
I can skillfully identify any mistakes law enforcement made during field sobriety testing. Talk to me today regarding these commonly used field sobriety tests in Massachusetts:
- Horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN)
- One-leg stand
- Walk and turn
The results of these tests tend to be inaccurate and even unscientific. A sober person may even have difficulty successfully performing the tests. Whenever I can, I will seek to have the evidence that was obtained from field sobriety tests suppressed or dismissed.
My drunk driving defense practice is dedicated to securing the best possible outcome on your behalf. This means I vigorously fight the charges to keep you out of jail and help you avoid other consequences such as driver’s license suspension.
Did you blow over .08? Did you refuse to take the Breathalyzer test? As your dedicated attorney, I can build a defense and advocate for your best possible result.
I will carefully evaluate the cause of the traffic stop and the law enforcement procedure at the traffic stop during field sobriety tests and administration of the Breathalyzer.
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Were you pulled over under suspicion of OUI (operating under the influence), DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated)? Act quickly to make sure your rights are protected.