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Breath from the deepest part of the lung.
Alveolar Breath
The percentage of alcohol in a person's breath, taken from deep in the lungs.
Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC)
The percentage of alcohol in a person's breath, taken from deep in the lungs.
Breath Alcohol Concentration (BrAC)
Something that leads to the solution of a problem.
Clue
A reminder of prompting as a signal to do something. A suggestion or a hint.
Cue
A test which requires the subject to concentrate on both mental and physical tasks at the same time.
Divided Attention Test
The acronym ___ means driving while impaired.
DWI
Driving under the influence
DUI
The entire process of identifying and gathering evidence to determine whether or not a suspect should be arrested for DWI violation.
DWI Detection Process
Three phases of DWI protection process.
Phase One: Vehicle in Motion
Phase Two: Personal Contact
Phase Three: Pre-arrest Screening
Any means by which some alleged act that has been submitted to investigation may either be established or disproved.
Evidence
What are different types of evidence of a DWI violation.
a. physical or real evidence
b. well established facts
c. domonstrative evidence
d. written matter or documentation
e. testimony
Something tangible, visible, or audible
Physical or real evidence
judicial notice
well established facts
demonstration performed in the courtroom
demonstrative evidence
Breath from the deepest part of the lung.
Alveolar Breath
The percentage of alcohol in a person's breath, taken from deep in the lungs.
Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC)
The percentage of alcohol in a person's breath, taken from deep in the lungs.
Breath Alcohol Concentration (BrAC)
Something that leads to the solution of a problem.
Clue
A reminder of prompting as a signal to do something. A suggestion or a hint.
Cue
A test which requires the subject to concentrate on both mental and physical tasks at the same time.
Divided Attention Test
The acronym ___ means driving while impaired.
DWI
Driving under the influence
DUI
The entire process of identifying and gathering evidence to determine whether or not a suspect should be arrested for DWI violation.
DWI Detection Process
Three phases of DWI protection process.
Phase One: Vehicle in Motion
Phase Two: Personal Contact
Phase Three: Pre-arrest Screening
Any means by which some alleged cact that has been submitted to investigation may either be established or disporved.
Evidence
What are different types of evidence of a DWI violation.
a. physical or real evidence
b. well established facts
c. domonstrative evidence
d. written matter or documentation
e. testimony
Something tangible, visible, or audible
Physical or real evidence
judicial notice
well established facts
demonstration performed in the courtroom
demonstrative evidence
Any one of several roadside tests that can be used to determine whether a suspect is impaired.
Field Sobriety Test
An involuntary jerking of the eyes as they gaze toward the side.
Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)
Unlawful and of itself. Used to describe a law whichmakes it illegal to drive while having a statutorily prohibited Blood Alcohol Concentration.
Illegal Per Se
An involuntary jerking of the eyes.
Nystagmus
A divided attention field sobriety test.
One-Leg Stand (OLS)