Field sobriety tests are commonly used by law enforcement officers to determine if a driver is likely under the influence or drugs or alcohol and should be tested further. Despite their commonality, the results of these tests could be misinterpreted by a police officer. If you believe that your rights were violated during the administration of a field sobriety test or after a failed sobriety test, we can help.
A Tennessee police officer must have a valid reason for initiating a traffic stop. If you were ultimately arrested after a traffic stop that had no legal grounds, the charges against you could be dismissed. Every driver has rights that should be recognized by law enforcement.
There are many potential issues with the administration of field sobriety tests. An officer may be untrained on the proper method to conduct these tests. If it was determined that you failed a sobriety test, whether you were drunk or not, you may find yourself facing charges unfairly. We know how to investigate your case and determine exactly what happened. Alleged DUI offenders have rights, and we know how to act in your interest if there are problems with the prosecution's case.
In order to properly confront drunk driving charges and address any issues with your case, you need a lawyer with a comprehensive understanding of Tennessee DUI laws. We will aggressively investigate all aspects of your case, including a failed sobriety test, and determine what options are available to you. Seek a case evaluation with our team or visit our website for additional information.