Shreveport Field Sobriety Defense Attorney
Field sobriety tests can be given in many different forms and under many different circumstances at a DUI/DWI. Unfortunately, these tests are not always the most ideal way of determining sobriety. Yet, they are frequently used leading up to an arrest.
If you have been charged with DUI/DWI, your defense attorney will likely examine field sobriety tests and the type of breath tests that were administered at the time of the stop. When you are represented by me, Broocks Greer, you can trust that I will take a comprehensive approach to represent your interests.
I am a Shreveport defense lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in Louisiana. In the past, I have had a general trial practice. I now focus in criminal law. More specifically, I am known for my skills in defending drunk driving cases. Clients choose to work with me because of my success in this area and my abilities to connect with my clients.
Challenging Field Sobriety Test Results
I have knowledge of how field sobriety tests are given, and how test results affect drunk driving charges. I examine all forms of tests given to determine sobriety, including the gaze nystagmus test, heel/toe walk, one leg stand and breath tests (if applicable). I work to obtain information that I can use to challenge the validity of the stop, circumstances surrounding the arrest and factors proving that the sobriety tests given did not provide accurate results.