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What You Should Know About Field Sobriety Tests

Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I. defense attorney gives details about standardized and non-standardized field sobriety tests and what it means for your case.

Harrodsburg, KY: Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I defense attorney recently published on his website (www.duilawyerky.com) about understanding the difference between a standardized and nonstandardized test. He says “Only these three tests have been determined to measure reliability for an officer to predict if a person is above the legal limit. The tests may have some advantages but can also have some disadvantages because the officer might be relying on a certain physical ability that not everyone can do.”

About Bradley Guthrie:

Attorney, Bradley S. Guthrie, Esq., has over twenty-three years of experience in legal practice, including numerous criminal and civil jury trials. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Association of Premier DUI Attorneys and a General Member of the National College of DUI Defense.

In addition to his extensive court experience, he continually pursues additional instruction specific to DWI cases. Doing so keeps him up-to-date on changes in the law and defenses as they relate to DUI-DWI cases.

He is a member of National College of DUI Defense and American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.

Contact:

Bradley Guthrie

859-734-0004

guthrielaw@live.com