The trial was today and I received the video Friday. I watch the video and the first thing I see is that the officer could have done the SFSTs between his car and the client's car because a second officer had pulled up behind him, allowing for protection from a rear end collision. The video is now obscured, but not enough for me to see the defects in the testing. I watch the video and it is clear that my client does them almost perfectly, especially since he gave incorrect instructions on the heel to toe test. I then rewatch the video comparing it to the police report and the police report is inaccurate. The client is wearing sandals, not boots, and she did not "take her boots off and walk barefoot." The sandals were visible when she walked to the police car. The officer wrote down the instructions he gave for the heel to toe, but he did not verbally give those instructions. I watched the video multiple times to make sure I did not miss anything he said.