Located in Blount County, Warrior, Alabama is a city of 3,000 located in the north-central region of the state. The northern area of the region is home to Rickwood Caverns State Park.
As a motorist, you are under no obligation to perform field sobriety testing. While officers often like to get suspected drunk drivers to say their ABCs or to take other so-called “sobriety tests,” there are only three tests recognized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Motorists too often think a good performance on these tests will result in their being allowed to go on their way without arrest. This is rarely, if ever, the case. Field sobriety tests are designed to gather evidence of your guilt. They are nothing more than an officer’s opinion. When you consider the fact that an officer’s job is to gather evidence of your guilt, there is little chance of passing.
The Warrior Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys with Alabama Criminal Lawyers represent clients facing DUI charges in Warrior, as well as other serious misdemeanor and criminal charges throughout the greater Birmingham metro area. Our law firm is built to represent everyday people who are dealing with criminal charges.