A 24-year old young man was seen by an officer hitting a median (he explained it was because he was looking at his cell phone). Officer put him through roadsides and said he failed. Defendant submitted to a blood test which had a result of .037. Despite the legal presumption …Read More
The defendant was asleep in a parked car at 2:19 a.m. The officer noticed the car on the side of the road with an individual sitting behind the wheel, with the engine on, and made contact with my client. After noting signs of intoxication, the officer arrested the defendant who then submitted …Read More
Client was stopped for weaving at 1:00 a.m. The officer noted strong odor of alcohol beverage on the driver’s breath, bloodshot and watery eyes and the client had admitted to having “a beer or two.” The client did perform roadside sobriety maneuvers and failed them. He eventually chose a breath …Read More
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