Certificate of Training for The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [NHTSA] – DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
Don’t let a DWI arrests ruin your life! A conviction can lead to the loss of your license, job and in some cases, your freedom! Statistically, many Americans violate the DWI laws every day. However, to secure a conviction in Court, law enforcement must comply with the rules and procedures in a precise manner from the stop of your vehicle to the administration of the standardized field sobriety tests [SFSTs] including the walk-and-turn test, one-leg-stand test, HGN [smooth eye pursuit] test and the administration of the breathalyzer tests in strict compliance with the 20 minute rule. It is critical to have legal representation immediately to fully protect your rights. Call 24 hours/7 days per week.
The first ability affected by alcohol is judgment/decision making.
Some of the factors that affect BAC include: Gender, Body Weight, Size and strength of beverage.
Time is the only factor in the elimination o alcohol from the body and drivers can be convicted of impaired driving at blood alcohol levels well below 0.08 percent.
It’s simple–Don’t drive after drinking. Before you Drink, make sure you have a safe way home.
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