Howard lost control of his motorcycle and wrecked. He was found by the
police and later transported to the hospital. A .17 alcohol level was
reported from blood Howard voluntarily gave the police. A verdict of
was returned after Howard's arrest was found to be illegal and the
blood evidence was thrown out.
Jared, who scored a .17 breath test, was stopped after an altercation in
a store parking lot. We successfully attacked the breath test on the grounds
it was coerced and
THE JUDGE THREW THE BREATH SCORE OUT
Deena flipped off a guy while leaving a bar but he turned out to be an
undercover cop. He pulled her over and, after refusing to perform field
sobriety tests, she was arrested for her 2
DWI. We fought the case in trial and the verdict was
Jeremy was stopped for “speeding” while exiting Central Expressway.
He admitted to drinking 2 -4 drinks and, after “failing” the
field sobriety tests, he was arrested for DWI. We argued that the stop
was illegal and the Judge agreed.
Bradley, a store manager who blew a .091, was pulled over for having a
burned out license plate light. We successfully attacked the validity
of the breath test score and the Jury returned a verdict of
Juan was pulled over when a police officer saw his backseat passenger throw
up out the car window at a red light. He was later arrested and prosecuted
for DWI. Verdict:
after the stop was found by the Judge to be illegal.
Justin was stopped by the police for "following too close" to
another car. He was arrested for DWI and his breath test result was .12.
After a hearing on whether or not the stop was legal, the judge ruled
in our favor and returned a verdict of
Raymond was stopped for running a red light. After "failing"
the field sobriety tests, he was arrested for DWI. Blood was later taken
from Raymond against his will. The .14 blood evidence was thrown out in
the middle of trial and the jury returned a verdict of
Javier was stopped for tailgating and arrested for DWI. His blood test
result was .18. In the middle of trial, the Judge granted the defense
motion to suppress the blood test result. As a result of the ruling, the
CASE WAS DISMISSED
Robert was stopped for speeding. After conducting field sobriety tests,
the police officer arrested him for DWI. At trial, Robert's mental
and physical limitations were highlighted to the jury. After a 2 day trial,
they returned a verdict of