The One Leg Stand Field Sobriety Test

Have you driven by a police officer watching someone balancing on one leg on the side of the road?  Then you’ve likely observed someone taking the One Leg Stand test.  The One Leg Stand field sobriety test is one of three tests standardized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and used by law enforcement officers to assist in the detection of impaired motorists.

In this week’s podcast  Steve Oberman provides a summary of the Standardized One Leg Stand test. If you have not done so already, you should first listen to the previous podcast entitled “The History of Field Sobriety Tests,” which can be found by clicking here.

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Additional information about the Standardized One Leg Stand Test can be found on the Oberman & Rice websites at and  You may also contact Steve or Sara for more information by calling (865) 249-7200.

You can also watch a video version of this podcast on YouTube.

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