Field Sobriety Tests Lose Legal Standing For Now. Drugged Driving Is The Real Target

In early January of this year, lawmakers changed the Michigan Drunk Driving Statute without too much fanfare.  Their intention was to allow the “preliminary” roadside analysis to be used when determining if the driver is under the influence of alcohol or drugged driving.  Traditionally, a comprehensive field sobriety test such as walking a straight line,…

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