If you are pulled over while you are driving, you may face searches or tests to make sure you are not driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Failing these tests can lead to criminal charges and even suffering the consequences of a conviction.
There’s something you might not know, though – these tests don’t have to be taken in the first place.
Below, we’re going to go over Texans’ rights in regards to field sobriety tests and what you can do to prevent DWI charges. Law enforcement officers will not always be clear when they instruct you through a traffic stop, so the more you know, the more you can be in control of your situation.[...]