Previously on the Raleigh DWI Attorney Blog I have discussed North Carolina DWI Stops and the administration of Field Sobriety Tests; specifically the Walk and Turn Test and the One-Legged Stand Test. I will now review the third test, known as the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test.
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In my previous post, I discussed North Carolina DWI Stops and the North Carolina Field Sobriety Test: known as the One-Legged Stand Test (I also added the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test). I will now move on to a discussion regarding the Walk and Turn Test. As explained before, there are three standard tests used
So, this will be an overview of North Carolina DWI Field Sobriety Tests. The three main Field Sobriety Tests used by police officers are the One-Legged Stand, the Walk-and-Turn, and the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test. Today’s Raleigh DWI Attorney Blog will deal with the One-Legged Stand. As a Raleigh DWI Attorney or DWI Attorney Raleigh, […]
So, not exactly dealing with what the Raleigh DWI Attorney blog normally deals with, this Raleigh DWI Attorney blog entry is dealing with a police stop called the “Stop-and-Frisk.” The NY Times Article that peaked my interest can be found here. The Stop-and-Frisk is a means by which an officer can stop