Field sobriety tests (FST) are used to determine if a driver may be impaired. It is important to understand that an FST does not determine if you are able to drive, it gives an officer probable cause to conduct other, more invasive tests. Without probable cause, it can be difficult for an officer to justify asking for a breath, blood or urine test.
When a Florida marriage ends, you would think that dividing up property and debt between the divorcing spouses would be a relatively easy task, but that is not necessarily the case. While state law calls for equitable division of marital property, what that actually means can be a complicated question, especially for a long-term or high-asset marriage during which the spouses may have accumulated a complex combination of property, money, investments, real estate and, on the other side of the coin, liabilities and debts.