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Once an individual has been pulled over, police officers will begin a conversation immediately in order to assess the driver's ability to maintain eye contact and carry on a conversation. During this time, the police official will look for signs of slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, the smell of alcohol, or self-incriminating comments.

While it is important to remain polite and respectful while speaking with police officers, you do not have to answer questions that may incriminate you or provide the police with probable cause that you have been drinking. You also have the right to refuse a field sobriety test, as there is really no way to " pass " these examinations. In fact, agreeing to a field sobriety test gives police officers the probable cause they need to submit you to a chemical test.

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It is important to seek legal representation when you have been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol.

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