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markjustice: No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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thexpertbookmarker saved and folkd this page on 10/21/2010 08:41pm

The reality is that the officer most likely has already made up his mind to arrest and charge you with drunk driving. The request for field sobriety tests is simply made to get additional evidence against you.

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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No! The law does not require that you perform any type of test. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests

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you perform any type of test that the law does not require. to refuse field sobriety tests you have the right.

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