I live in LA and was pulled over for a possible DUI the other night, for the first time ever. I knew I wasn't even close to being drunk (2.5 beers in 4 hours-I weigh 210), but was not rude to the officers and complied with all of their tests. At first, they had my eyes follow the top of the officer's pen without moving my head. I guess he didn't like the results because he had me exit the car for a series of other tests. I did 3 balance/agility tests outside the car, where it was cold as fuck. I warned the officer ahead of time that I am clumsy by nature (which is true) before I took the tests. One of them included lifting my leg in the air as long as possible, which I would suck at even if I had no drinks. Well, they didn't like these tests, either, and gave me the option of going Downtown with them in cuffs or using the breathalyzer. I opted for the breathalyzer. When I was done blowing, the cops kind of flinched when looking at the results, as they indicated that I was well under the legal limit of .08. When I asked to see the results, they made up some excuse for not showing me. Am I entitled to see the results, even if I am not over the limit? I interpret the cops flinching from the results as embarrassment for making me do all of the tests, since I was well below the DUI limit. What do you think? By the way, they werent assholes in the way they came across. However, they said they stopped me because I didnt signal on a turn (WTF?) and crossed a double yellow line to make a second turn. I think these excuses to stop me were complete BS. Signaling is not mandatory, for one. I did, however, not have my seatbelt on, as I literally was a 2 minute drive from my destination, but they didnt mention the seatbelt thing. I may have called them out on the reason for stopping me, but I didnt want to ruffle any feathers, as I knew I wasnt going to fail the breathalyzer test. Oh, and I left a bar/area where cops are notorious for patrolling and trying to catch people DUI.