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CASE RESULTS

 

  • September 2017 - Second Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was pulled over for operating his motor vehicle on the wrong side of the road. After being pulled over, my client was instructed to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, specifically the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, the Walk and Turn, the One Leg Stand, and the Recitation... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: The police originally stopped my client after receiving a call from a witness who claimed my client was intoxicated. After having my client perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, the police arrested my client for OUI-Drugs and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle.  Maximum Pena... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: The police originally stopped my client for speeding and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was originally arrested for that until they assumed he was intoxicated due to being under the influence of alcohol. Once the police officers transported him back to the police department, h... Read On

  • September 2017 - Second Offense Dismissed

    Facts: My client was pulled over for failure to stop for a red light. The police then claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My client submitted to a breath test after he was transported to the police department. Maximum Penalty: Potential incarcer... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: The police found my client sleeping in his car in a parking lot and assumed he was under the influence of intoxication. He performed Field Sobriety Tests and then submitted to a breath test when he was brought back to the police department.   Maximum Penalty: Imprisonment for not more t... Read On

  • September 2017 - First Offense Dismissed

    Facts: Police originally pulled my client over for the registration sticker missing on the motor vehicle. Although it was not my clients car, he was asked to perform Field Sobriety Tests due to the police assuming my client was under the influence of intoxication. After that, my client was arre... Read On

  • September 2017 - Second Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: My client was pulled over for speeding. The police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My clients license was suspended for refusing to submit to a breath test.  Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days ... Read On

  • August 2017 - First Offense Dismissed for Valor Act

    Facts: My client was stopped by the police  Maximum Penalty: Imprisonment for not more than 2 1/2 years, or not less than $500, or both, plus $50 Victims of Drunk Driving Assessment, $250 Head Injury Assessment, and license revoked for 1 year.  Outcome: My client underwent an evaluation with... Read On

  • August 2017 - Second Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial

    Facts: My client was stopped at a roadblock. The police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My clients license was suspended for 3 years for refusing to submit to a breath test.  Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days... Read On

  • OUI-Liquor 1st Offense Dismissed - JULY 2017

    Facts: At a roadblock, police claimed my client had a strong odor of alcohol coming from her vehicle as well as my client having red, glassy eyes. She was then asked to perform the Field Sobriety tests. After that, she was submitted to a portable breath test showing a .106%, which was used as ev... Read On

  • OUI-Liquor 2nd Offense Dismissed OUI-Drugs 1st Offense Dismissed - JULY 2017

    Facts: Police claimed my clients car crossed double solid yellow lines. After the police stopped the car, they claimed she was confused and that her eyes were slightly bloodshot and glassy. They went on to state she almost fell during the Field Sobriety tests. Maximum Penalty: Potential inca... Read On

  • License Requiring Interlock Ignition Device Suspended due to Immediate Threat Fully Reinstated without Restriction - June 2017

    Facts: My client had previously been charged with OUI - Liquor and had his license suspended for five years for refusing to submit to a breath test. He was found not guilty after trial. The judge issued an order to reinstate his license provided that his license had a twelve hour time restrictio... Read On

  • Another Second Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial - June 2017

    Facts: Police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor when an officer approached my client in his vehicle that was parked on the side of the road. The officer alleged that the vehicle running. My client was asked to perform field sobriety tests and sub... Read On

  • Motion to Withdraw 2nd Offense Conviction Allowed and Case Dismissed

    Facts: My client was previously convicted of OUI - 2nd offense after being stopped at a roadblock. He submitted to a breath test, and the result was used as evidence against him. Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days mandatory, with a fine between $600 an... Read On

  • Second Offense Found Not Guilty After Trial - June 2017

    Facts: Police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My Client lost his license for 30 days after submitting to a breath test. Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than 60 days, 30 days mandatory, with a fine between $600 and $10... Read On

  • Motion to Suppress Allowed 2nd Offense - June 2017

    Today, the court ruled the blood test evidence is precluded due to a Constitutional violation. We successfully argued on behalf of our client that the type of consent the police obtained was illegal. Hence, the strongest and maybe only piece of evidence against our client has now been suppressed! Read On

  • First Offense Dismissed After Motion

    Facts: Police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. My client lost her license for 30 days after submitting to a breath test. Maximum Penalty: Imprisonment for not more that 2 ½ years, or not less than $500, or both, plus $50 Victims of Drunk Driv... Read On

  • Second Offence Dismissed After Motion

    Facts:Police claimed that my client was driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. The client lost his license for two years after refusing the breath test. Maximum Penalty: Potential incarceration for no less than sixty (60) days “thirty days (30) mandatory” with a fine between s... Read On

  • First Offense Dismissed After Motion to Suppress

    Facts: Police claimed that my client was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Maximum Penalty: 2 1/2 years in the house of corrections not less than $500 fine and not more than $5,000 fine or both imprisonment and fines and license revoked for one year. ... Read On

  • FIRST OFFENSE FOUND NOT GUILTY AFTER TRIAL

    FACTS: Police claimed that my client was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Police claimed they approached my client on the side of the road with his girlfriend. After an aggressive questioning they arrested my client and went through the booking procedure in the Palm... Read On

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