I Was Ordered To Do Field Sobriety Tests During A Thunderstorm In NJ. Is That Legal?

New Jersey regulates Field Sobriety Tests very tightly, and chances are that if the NJ police officer who stopped you ordered to you perform any FSTs in inclement weather, the results will not be admissible in court.

If the results of the FST are what led you to being arrested and have further evidence gathered against you, it may be possible to attack the entirety of the case by attacking the improper administration of FSTs.

You should work with an experienced New Jersey DUI/DWI attorney to stand the best chance of beating the charges against you.

You can be convicted even if your Alcotest results were under the legal limit, but with good representation, you can fight back.

Call Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9660 for a free consultation with one of New Jersey’s most experienced DUI/DWI defense attorneys.

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