Court says officer had reasonable suspicion to give sobriety tests

JESSICA SHAMBAUGH | Ohio Tavern Staff Writer
Published: 06/17/2014

COLUMBUS — The 10th District Court of Appeals recently reversed a lower court’s finding that a state trooper lacked reasonable suspicion to conduct field sobriety tests on a driver who allegedly smelled of alcohol and had glassy eyes after being pulled over for weaving in his lane and several wide turns.