In short, you should refuse. However, let me caution you by telling you that if the officer is asking you to do field sobriety tests or field sobriety tasks as we sometimes call them, chances are the officer has already made some type of determination that he or she believes that you’re impaired, that you’re driving under the influence. So, while the field sobriety tests or tasks are not mandatory and the officer is not going to tell you, you have a right to refuse, you can refuse but I would tell you if you do refuse, chances are you’re going to get arrested. If you perform them, chances are you’re going to get arrested. It is my firm belief that because the state has the burden of proof, there’s no reason to give them extra evidence with which they could ultimately use against you to get a conviction.