Officer 1 (arresting officer)
Officer 2 (other officer)
Like to know if there is any discrepancies with the following
During the FST (11:30 p.m. EDT):
1) Officer 2 was instructing officer 1 on how to do the horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) test and what to check for.
HGN was administered to the suspect by officer 2. A bright light was shone in the suspects eyes during this test.
2) Again officer 2 was instructing officer 1 on the walk-and-turn and the stand-on-one-leg tests and what to look for. Secondly both officers were giving the suspect verbal instructions on the walk-and-turn and the stand-on-one-leg tests. These instructions were given at the same time.
Officer 1 told the suspect to start the walk-and-turn test. The suspect started the test, then officer 2 told the suspect to stop doing the test. Officer 2 then went back to the police cruiser, got is camera, placed it on the hood of the cruiser, then tell the suspect to start the test over. The suspect failed the test and was arrested by officer 1.
3) Must the breathalyzer technician gave the suspect a copy of the breathalyzer print out? The suspect claimed he did not get one.
4) Officer 1 wrote and signed all the tickets. He also was the one who read the suspect his rights.
Thanks for your thoughts.