If you are stopped by a police officer and are suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the police officer may ask you to take some field sobriety tests including heel-to-toe, finger-to-nose, one-leg stand, an eye test called “horizontal gaze nystagmus test”, alphabet recitation and others.
For many people, the revocation or cancellation of your driver’s license can be one of the most difficult consequences of a DUI/DWI arrest. The State can also impound your license plates and, in some cases, seize your vehicle. An experienced DUI/DWI attorney can protect your rights and challenge your driver’s license revocation and/or vehicle forfeiture.
No website can substitute for the advice and knowledge of an experienced attorney. However, we find many people have the same questions regarding Minnesota drunk driving laws. Below are some answers to common questions and drunk driving facts.
When it comes to fighting a DUI/DWI or other criminal offense, your best option is to meet with an experienced attorney to discuss your circumstances and the best way to handle your charges. We are always available to answer your questions and have provided some links below related to your DUI/DWI, drug or other criminal offense.