Category: Sobriety Tests
Is the 80 Hour (EtG) Alcohol Test Reliable or Unreliable?
by Jonathan Blecher | January 23, 2023 | Alcohol testing, DUI, Probation, Sobriety Tests
ETG testing is commonly used in legal proceedings such as probation and child custody cases. It is also used in rehabilitation and treatment centers to monitor patients’ progress and ensure they are not consuming alcohol during their recovery ETG alcohol testing is a method of detecting the presence of alcohol in a person’s system. Unlike […]
What happens if you refuse to perform a breath test?
by Jonathan Blecher | December 30, 2022 | DUI, Sobriety Tests
When a police officer pulls you over, their goal is to write you a ticket or gather enough evidence to arrest you for a criminal violation. If they suspect alcohol impairment, they will ask you questions and request that you submit to roadside sobriety exercises to try to build a case against you. It is […]
Are Roadside Sobriety Tests Reliable?
by Jonathan Blecher | December 20, 2022 | Sobriety Tests
Roadside sobriety exercises, also known as field sobriety tests, are used by law enforcement officers to determine if a driver is impaired by alcohol or drugs. These tests are often administered during a traffic stop if an officer has reasonable suspicion that the driver is under the influence. There are three standardized field sobriety tests […]
Boating Under the Influence Diversion Program Hits Miami Waters
by Jonathan Blecher | November 21, 2020 | About The Diversion Program, BUI, Drug DUI, First DUI, Ignition Interlock Devices, insurance, License Revocation, Sobriety Tests
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office is rolling out a new Boating Under The Influence Diversion Program, following the highly successful DUI Back on Track Diversion Program (motor vehicles) started in 2011. While the first job of a defense attorney is to investigate and defend criminal charges for their client, the BUI Diversion Program may be […]