How Illnesses And Disabilities May Lead To False DUI Accusations
Before a police officer can arrest you for driving under the influence, they must have probable cause. Probable cause is a reason to believe that you were driving while intoxicated. Unfortunately, some health conditions may make an officer think you are intoxicated even if you are sober. Here are four examples of such health conditions: Knee Injury A common field sobriety test involves instructing the driver to stand on one leg or walk in a straight line.