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Case 2: DUI PDF Print E-mail
My client had been involved in a one-vehicle wreck where he drove off the road, through a fence and into a wall. It was raining and my client claimed he couldn’t see and simply lost control of the vehicle. As officers responded to the crash, they allegedly smelt alcohol on my client’s breath even though they didn’t make this observation on the video until several minutes after they had been talking with him. The officer gave some shaky field sobriety tests including tests not approved by the NHTSA. The officer didn’t even fill out any paperwork in regards to the field testing but simply put in his report that my client did not perform these tests properly. The officer also wrote that my client refused because he told the officer that he didn’t understand the implied consent warnings.

I pointed out the problems with the investigation with the prosecutor and she agreed to reduce the charge to reckless driving. My client gladly accepted the deal.
 
Case 2: DUI PDF Print E-mail
My client had been involved in a one-vehicle wreck where he drove off the road, through a fence and into a wall. It was raining and my client claimed he couldn’t see and simply lost control of the vehicle. As officers responded to the crash, they allegedly smelt alcohol on my client’s breath even though they didn’t make this observation on the video until several minutes after they had been talking with him. The officer gave some shaky field sobriety tests including tests not approved by the NHTSA. The officer didn’t even fill out any paperwork in regards to the field testing but simply put in his report that my client did not perform these tests properly. The officer also wrote that my client refused because he told the officer that he didn’t understand the implied consent warnings.

I pointed out the problems with the investigation with the prosecutor and she agreed to reduce the charge to reckless driving. My client gladly accepted the deal.