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D.U.I. Questionnaire

Personal Data

Prior D.U.I. Arrests

Condition of Motor Vehicle

Medical Condition

An officer may testify in court that you did poorly on field sobriety tests prior to your arrest. It is important to ascertain if any medical or physical reasons caused this poor performance. List all physical or medical reasons that may have caused or contributed to substandard performance.

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Weather and Road Conditions

Weather and road conditions play an important part in how many motorists drive. Frequently, rain, snow, sleet, glare on the highway, potholes, obstructions, distractions, etc., cause a motorist to weave, cross a center line, travel onto the berm of a highway or even cause and accident. Please check all appropriate boxes.

An officer may testify in court that you did poorly on field sobriety tests prior to your arrest. It is important to ascertain if any medical or physical reasons caused this poor performance. List all physical or medical reasons that may have caused or contributed to substandard performance.

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Reason for Stop

An officer must state in court why he stopped you unless an accident was involved. It is thus important to ascertain if a valid basis existed for the stop of your car.

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Reasons For Possible Violation

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Other Normal or Abnormal Driving By Motorist

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Odor of Alcohol

Usually a police officer will testify that the motorist had an odor of alcohol on his breath. However, the mere fact that a motorist has an odor on his breath does not mean that he or she is incapable of safedriving. Check all appropriate boxes.

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Fumbling of Cards

Sometimes a police officer will testify that the motorist had difficulty producing his or her license and vehicle registration. Please check all applicable boxes.

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The Motorist's Eyes

Often a police officer will testify that the motorist's eyes appeared to be glassy and bloodshot. Kindly check all appropriate boxes.

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The Motorist's Speech

In most DUI cases the police officer will testify that he or she felt that the motorist's speech was slurred or mumbled even though he or she never spoke to the person before. Please check all applicable boxes.

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Roadside Conditions

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Motorist's Attire

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Outer Garments

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Abnormal Performance Feats

In some instances the police officer will request that the motorist perform tests that many sober individuals have difficulty performing owing to age, weight, weather, roadside and other conditions. Please check each applicable box for each abnormal feat requested.

The Finger-to-Nose Test

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The Heel-to-Toe Test

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The One Leg Stand Test

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Number of Alcoholic Beverages Consumed

It is illegal for an adult to operate a motor vehicle in Pennsylvania with a blood alcohol reading above 0.08% or when a motorist is under the influence of alcohol to a degree that he cannot drive safely.

Usually a 180 lb. man is able to consume up to four beers or four one ounce drinks in a one hour period and not have a 0.10% blood alcohol. Thereafter, more than one drink per hour for every hour of drinking will result in a blood alcohol level above 0.10%. Please indicate the number of drinks consumed over what period of time:

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