DUI & DWI Attorneys In Doylestown Pa.

Law enforcement may pull over any driver they suspect to be driving under the influence and subject them to a field sobriety test, as well as ask permission for chemical testing.

Law enforcement may pull over any driver they suspect to be driving under the influence and subject them to a field sobriety test, as well as ask permission for chemical testing.

 

Any physical test that determines current cognitive ability is considered a field test, such as reciting the alphabet backwards, walking in a straight path, or the "horizontal gaze nystagmus" (eye and penlight) test.

 

Chemical tests are measures of toxins in bodily fluids that can be conducted either while at a police station or at a hospital. Many states let people choose what test they prefer, either a breathalyzer test at the police department or urine and blood tests at a hospital.

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