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Asked on: 10/15/13, 8:06 am

In the "heel to toe"walking part of the D.W.I road test,if a woman is wearing high heeled shoes,the police will teel her bto remove them before takingthe test.I was told that refusal to remove your heels will be considered the same thing as a refusual to take the test.But what if an officer had concerns about a suspect who wearing flat shoes.For example,what if a suspect was wearing a pair of flat dress shoes and had mentioned to the officer that they were too tight and/or hurting their feet?In that senario,would the officer tell the suspect to remove their shoes?And if they refused,would it carry the same result as the lady wearing high heels?

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