What Factors Should Be Considered to Determine That An Officer Has Reasonable Suspicion to Conduct Roadside Sobriety Tests ?

In State v. Evans (1998), 127 Ohio App.3d 56, 711 N.E.2d 761, the court found that the officer had a reasonable suspicion the defendant was driving while under the influence of alcohol. The officer received a dispatch report regarding the defendant's impaired driving, smelled alcohol on his person, and the defendant admitted to consuming a few beers. The court cited a non-exhaustive list of factors to be considered in a totality of the circumstances analysis of whether an officer had a reasonable suspicion sufficient to conduct roadside sobriety tests.