This one took all of 5 minutes. There was absolutely no basis for ordering my client from the car for SFSTs, and the judge suppressed them. The shame of it is that because he refused the test he had to deal with the suspension/interlock. The MVA standard is completely different from the Court and you have to show bad faith on the part of the police officer. I have had that happen only one time and it was egregious and readily apparent. Not knowing the law is not sufficient proof of bad faith.
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