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Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and How To Defend Against Them

Learn essential strategies for challenging evidence from horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk-and-turn, and one-leg stand field sobriety tests on behalf of your clients facing DUI charges in Illinois.
Credits: 0.5 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2406-24R-01
$30.00 or 0.50 credits
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Drawing on his background as a police officer, prosecutor, and now defense attorney, Sergei Kuchinski provides essential strategies for challenging evidence from standardized field sobriety tests. Mr. Kuchinski addresses the specific clues noted by police when drivers perform the horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk-and-turn, and one-leg stand, plus those non-standardized FSTs that may nevertheless be introduced despite not being part of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) protocols. This succinct presentation provides essential strategies for challenging evidence from these tests on behalf of your clients facing DUI charges.

Sergei Kuchinski, Kuchinski Law Group, LLC, Chicago

Expires 2/1/2026

Drawing on his background as a police officer, prosecutor, and now defense attorney, Sergei Kuchinski provides essential strategies for challenging evidence from standardized field sobriety tests. Mr. Kuchinski addresses the specific clues noted by police when drivers perform the horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk-and-turn, and one-leg stand, plus those non-standardized FSTs that may nevertheless be introduced despite not being part of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) protocols. This succinct presentation provides essential strategies for challenging evidence from these tests on behalf of your clients facing DUI charges.

Sergei Kuchinski, Kuchinski Law Group, LLC, Chicago

Expires 2/1/2026

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