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No Miranda Warnings Before Field Sobriety Tests (access required)

An officer did not have to give Miranda warnings to defendant driver before advising about the physical components of the field sobriety tests and asking the driver if he had any physical problems that would affect the tests; the Court of Appeals says this conversation did not involve testimonial communication, and defendant’s physical performance ...

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