My question involves criminal law for the state of: Wisconsin
I was pulled over for a suspected DUI in the middle of the afternoon and charged with an OWI based on the hear say of an 81 y/o woman. I agreed to take a breathalyzer which came back as 0.00 however that didn't satisfy the officer. He insisted I take a field sobriety test and refused to give me an alternative to the heel to toe walk and balance on one foot despite the fact I explained that I have back problems that effect my balance and therefore inhibit my ability to pass those tests. He then used the test as grounds to search my vehicle and confiscate my prescription medication, none of which were narcotic or controlled substances. I was then forced to take a blood test which they have refused to give me the results of. My question is this; I have doctor's notes that document my condition, does his refusal to give me an alternative test provide grounds to have everything that stemmed from the FSB (the search of my vehicle, the blood test, etc.) thrown out as fruit of a poisonous tree?
I could really use some advice on this matter. Thanks in advance to anyone who can give me some insight.