When you’ve had one too many

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M.T. of Horseshoe Beach writes, “I was stopped by a police officer the other night because I had kind of drifted through a stop sign. He said I didn’t come to a complete stop. He smelled alcohol on my breath and asked me to step out of the car and perform some field sobriety tests. I did as he requested, and passed them all with flying colors, but then he gave me a roadside breathalyzer test, but I didn’t do so good on that. I was charged me with a DUI. He said my blood alcohol level was above the legal limit of .08 and he could do that, even if I had passed the field sobriety tests. Can he do that?
Dear M..T.;

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