Minnesota Drunk Driving LawYou Can Use Minnesota DUI Laws To Beat Your DUI Case
Methods For Measuring Blood Alcohol Content And Intoxication Are Restricted Know Your Legal Rights!
Minneapolis, Minnesota DWI laws are clear on what can and cannot be used in a case against you. The various methods used to determine your blood alcohol content and whether or not you are intoxicated are among those that are strictly regulated. As a result, you can actually use the law to help fight your case.
According to Minnesota DUI laws, the arresting officer must have a reason for requesting a measurement of your alcohol content. In order to determine if a test should be ordered, the officer conducts a field sobriety test. What many people don’t know is that there are only a few of these tests that are in accordance national (NHTSA) standards and Minnesota DUI laws. These include:
- Heel-to-toe (also referred to as the walk-and-turn)
- One-leg stand
- Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus
There are no other field sobriety tests approved by the NHTSA. In addition, even these methods can be called into question and can make the results of your blood alcohol content tests invalid.
Knowing your rights – and putting them to good use – can reduce (or possibly even eliminate) the DUI charges you may be facing. Contact Douglas V. Hazelton at 1-612-334-3342 today.
Douglas V. Hazelton is an experienced defender of legal rights when it comes to Minnesota DUI laws. He understands DUI/DWI law, including your rights and responsibilities when it comes to measuring alcohol concentrations.
Hazelton has lectured on DUI related topics at both the local and national levels and has written several articles that have been published in a number of legal publications. He expanded his knowledge in Minnesota DUI laws by graduating from the National College for DUI Defense in 1997 and was named Minnesota’s National Delegate to the College in 2006.
Put the knowledge of an experienced DUI defender in your corner! Douglas V. Hazelton knows the Minnesota DUI laws and can make them work for you. Contact Douglas V. Hazelton today at 612-334-3342.
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