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  1. all
  2. three
  3. 0.08;210 liters of breath
  4. blue
  5. slow response to traffic signals
  6. one
  7. slow or Failure to Respond to Officer's Signals.
  8. drifting
  9. increases
  10. beyond a reasonable doubt
  11. extent
  12. DRE
  13. Driving in Opposing Lanes or Wrong Way on a One-way Street
  14. License
  15. additive
  16. Straddling a Lane Line.
  17. slow speed
  18. 24
  19. three
  20. look and act very differently from alcohol-impaired drivers.
  21. Driving Without Headlights
  22. refusal
  23. ~ the absence of odor of alcoholic beverages.
    ~ the driver ( or passenger) may volunteer information regarding use of medication.
    ~ the driver's license may indicate insulin dependence.
    ~prescription bottles, leftover pills , or drug paraphernalia may be in the driver's possession or in the vehicle.
  24. refusal affidavit
  25. one
  26. initials
  27. 0.04
  28. DAVID
  29. punishment.
  30. polydrug
  31. alcohol-impaired drivers.
  32. Weaving Across Lane Lines
  33. administrative penalties, even if he or she provides a sample over a 0.08.
  34. one
  35. Almost Striking Object or Vehicle
  36. stopping in Lane for NO Apparent Reason
  37. one
  38. weaving
  39. cue
  40. Accelerating or Decelerating Rapidly
  41. Turning with Wide Radius
  42. dangerous to themselves and to everyone else on the road
  43. agency's policy
  44. two
  45. divided attention
  46. three
  47. detection
  48. three
  49. drug
  50. most important or critical / less important.
  51. three
  52. overlapping
  53. begins
  54. 0.02
  55. carry out whatever tasks are appropriate and to make sure that all evidence of DUI is brought to light.
  56. divided attention
  57. be completed, notarized, and forwarded to the DHSMV as part of the DUI arrest report.
  58. second
  59. drivers under 21 years of age (0.02 violation ) or for commercial motor vehicle enforcement when there is insufficient of DUI.
  60. one
  61. two
  62. recognition
  63. antagonistic
  64. an administrative suspension
  65. Probable Cause Affidavit.
  66. one
  67. alcohol concentration.
  68. determine whether there is sufficient evidence to establish the reasonable suspicion necessary to proceed to the next step in the detection process.
  69. Phase Three never occurs, so you would not administer formal tests to the driver.
  70. impaired
  71. two
  72. driving
  73. suspend the subject's driving privilege
  74. first
  75. one
  76. ~ if the subject's license was surrendered.
    ~ if the subject refuses.
    ~ location of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Hearing Office.
    ~ if the subject is eligible for a permit.
  77. overlapping
  78. Varying Speed
  79. drive or be in in actual physical control of a commercial motor vehicle in this state.
  80. do not
  81. ~ how does the driver respond to my signal to stop?
    ~ how does the d river handle the vehicle during the stopping sequence?
    ~ what is the vehicle doing?
    ~ do I have grounds to stop the vehicle?
  82. be treated the same as someone impaired by illegal drugs or alcohol
  83. one year
  84. the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests accurately discriminate alcohol concentration at 0.04 and above.
  85. unintentionally through the use of alcohol and prescription medication.
  86. 0.08;100 milliliters of blood.
  87. misdemeanor of the first degree
  88. Uniform Traffic Citation.
  89. follow your agency's procedure for obtaining blood.
  90. 0.08
  91. additive
  92. antagonistic
  93. DUI subject if he or she refuses to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test to determine alcohol concentration.
  94. signaling


    controlling the accelerator

    making decisions (whether to stop, turn, speed up, slow down, etc.).
  95. Failure to Signal or Signal Inconsistent with Action
  96. stopping problems
  97. recognition
  98. 316.193
  99. detection
  100. refusal affidavits to law enforcement agencies.
  101. ~ have the skills to ask the right Kinds of questions
    ~ make the correct observations.
    ~ choose and use the right types of test.
    ~ know what to look and listen for.
    ~ are motivated and apply their knowledge and skills.
  102. ~ no, there are no grounds for stopping the vehicles.
    ~ no, there isn't enough evidence of DUI to justify administering field sobriety tests.
    ~ no, there is not probable cause to believe the driver has committed DUI.
  103. null
  104. swerving
  105. null
  106. Maybe-Call for Assistance
  107. accurately
  108. notice of suspension
  109. Florida Statute
  110. initial.
  111. ~ to present evidence in DUI in court.
    ~ to identify the three phases in DUI detection.
    ~ to take adequate field notes and write comprehensive reports.
  112. Chemical test.
  113. ~ administer the chemical or physical tests.
    ~ follow arrest procedures.
    ~ complete the necessary documentation.
    ~ conduct the SFSTs.