Field Sobriety Tests
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Over our years defending the rights of people accused of crimes, we've worked with many people who were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) due to the results of field sobriety test (FST) results. Facing charges based on an FST may seem like a full-blown crisis. At Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC, we're here to set the record straight.
Mesa DUI defense attorney Charlie Naegle knows the truth about field sobriety tests. He's prepared to set the record straight, tell you what law enforcement officials don't want you to know, and defend your rights in court.
Field Sobriety Tests Compared to Chemical Tests
When you are pulled over by a police officer, the officer will want to test your sobriety curbside. This is why it is called a field sobriety test - police conduct their "research" then and there. There are three commonly used types of field sobriety tests in Arizona: