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He is one of the leading DUI/DWI defense attorneys in the country, and is Board Certified by the National College for DUI Defense and certified as a practitioner and instructor in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Standardized Field Sobriety Tests.
It includes information on openings, "intellectually-persuasive" cross-examinations and effective closings and closing language, as well as information on arresting officers, voir dire, new approaches to standardized field sobriety tests (SFSTs), SFST expert direct examination, airblank fallacy, rising alcohol defense, medical conditions, and demonstrating witness unresponsiveness.
The organization accepts officer deviation from set standards because "ideal conditions do not always exist in the field", (66) and yet at the same time, NHTSA states "[i]f any one of the standardized field sobriety test elements is changed, the validity is compromised.
As a result of this training, students will become significantly better able to: * Recognize and interpret evidence of DWI violations * Administer and interpret Standardized Field Sobriety Tests * Describe DWI evidence clearly and convincingly in written reports and verbal testimony.
The test method employs the Standardized Field Sobriety Test and Drug Recognition Expert protocols that have been upheld in U.
At a separate venue, the HawkEye device was also used in training sessions for officers learning Standardized Field Sobriety Test and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) techniques.
Trained officers customarily make note of eye signs of suspects using long-established Standardized Field Sobriety Test and Drug Recognition Expert protocols, but until HawkEye, had no objective, archived means of capturing the eye signs for others to see and evaluate.
The HawkEye device, co-invented by Ron Waldorf, a neurophysiologist and AcuNetx founder and director, captures eye movements as a training tool to aid police officers in learning how to administer the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST).