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What should you expect during a field sobriety test?

We've all seen field sobriety tests being carried out on television or in the movies, but how many of us have actually been subjected to one? If you're reading this article, you may have been accused of a DUI and you might not be certain if the police carried out your field sobriety test appropriately. In some cases, if the police violated standard procedure and regulations when performing a field sobriety test, you might be able to get the evidence form the test thrown out of court.

Maryland lawmakers seek to close Noah's Law loophole

Many of our readers have heard of Noah's Law. It was implemented in 2016 to mandate that anyone convicted of DUI -- even for the first time -- be required to have an ignition interlock device (IID) on their vehicle if they want their driver's license back. The law was named after a Montgomery County police officer killed the previous year by a drunk driver.

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