In most states, you can expect the following sequence: A police officer pulls you over and questions your alcohol consumption. If the officer suspects you have been drinking, you’ll be asked to perform a series of field sobriety tests such as walking in a straight line or standing on one leg. If you fail, you could be given a breathalyzer or taken in for a breathalyzer or other type of chemical testing. It is important to note you can also be arrested for probable cause without a breathalyzer in most states based on the officer’s observations.
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