Question: Is it possible for an officer to inaccurately report the results of a field sobriety test in Alabama? If so, how can a person defend him or herself against this?
Answer: It’s very possible for an officer to inaccurately report the results of a field sobriety test. First, the officer reporting the results of the field sobriety test must know what the actual standardization, what the actual criteria are for the test. And one of the first things that we do in defending the results of a field sobriety test are to challenge the officer’s training in the administration of the test.
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