Field Sobriety Tests (FSE) are a set of divided attention tasks given on the roadside such as – walking on a straight line, standing on one leg while counting out loud, and touching your finger to your nose with your eyes closed.
The purpose of these exercises is to prove that a person is impaired. These exercises are then “graded” by the law enforcement officer as they are performed. However, the “grading” can be very subjective on the part of the officer. Whether you pass or fail is often based on the officer’s personal observations and impressions, not on any objective criteria
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