Field Sobriety Tests
Delaware County Field Sobriety Test Attorney
In an effort to determine whether an individual is intoxicated or not, police officers often administer field sobriety tests after pulling someone over on a suspicion of drunk driving.
Field sobriety tests are highly subjective and their results are often easily disputed. Even if you performed poorly on one of these tests, you may have several viable legal options for overcoming a DUI conviction.
At the law office of Cantor & Meyer, P.C., we skillfully defend individuals who have been charged with DUI/DWI. If you were stopped by the police and field sobriety tests were administered, we want to talk to you about your legal options.
To schedule a consultation, contact a Pennsylvania field sobriety test lawyer today.
Common field sobriety tests include:
- Finger-to-nose test
- Horizontal gaze nystagmus test
- Rhomberg balance test
- One-leg stand
- Walk and turn test
Additionally, a police officer will make observations apart from field sobriety testing, such as how you respond to questions, how long it takes you to retrieve your license and registration, and more. Delaware County field sobriety test lawyer Neil Meyer will carefully weigh the case that the opposition has built against you, analyzing the results of field sobriety testing as well as any other observations used to charge you. We can also challenge the results of a breath test, blood test, and urine test.
Pennsylvania field sobriety test lawyer Neil Meyer is an experienced criminal defense attorney who understands the complexities of DUI charges. He understands the many ways to challenge the results of field sobriety tests. Once our firm understands the circumstances of your DUI arrest and charges, we can begin building an effective defense on your behalf.
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