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Client Results

  • Client Was Seen Driving on Wrong Side of the Road

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE AND FELONY CHARGE

    The Defendant was seen driving on the wrong side of the roadway at 4:00 a.m., was stopped and found to have several bottles of beer and wine in the back seat. He was tested for DUI and arrested. He refused breath testing. The defendant was alleged to have offered a bribe to the officers to release him. He was charged with two felony counts.

  • Defendant Failed Roadside Tests & Refused Breath Test

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    The Defendant was observed by a Florida Highway Patrol Trooper failing to maintain a single lane and overcorrecting her driving on multiple occasions, on a busy highway in Miami. She was slow and sluggish while looking for her license, registration and insurance documents. The defendant gave conflicting accounts of her whereabouts and where she was going. The Defendant did not perform the roadside tests to FHP standards. The Defendant subsequently refused to submit to a breath test.

  • Defendant Registered a 0.209% BAC

    THE STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    At 12:05 am, a DUI TASK FORCE OFFICER on routine patrol observed Defendant failing to stop at a flashing red light and failing to maintain in a single lane. Upon contact with the Defendant, police officers detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath, flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes and mush-mouthed speech. Defendant performed poorly on the field sobriety exercises and agreed to submit to a breath test with results of 0.185 at 1:36 am, 0.214 at 1:39 am and 0.209 at 1:42 am. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

  • Defendant Seen Speeding and Weaving Through Traffic

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    The defendant was driving through the Miccosukee Tribal Reservation at a high rate of speed and was observed weaving in and out of lanes by a motorist. The motorist turned his car around and pursued the driver and pulled her off the roadway. She was forcibly removed from her car by the motorist who found open containers of alcohol in the car. Tribal Police tested the driver for DUI impairment and arrested her. On the day of trial the state could not establish an essential element of their case and was forced to drop the charges completely.

  • Defendant Struck a Florida Power & Light Utility Pole

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    Defendant struck a Florida Power and Light utility pole and continued driving. He was stopped sitting in an immobilized vehicle on the side of the roadway. The state was convinced to permit him to enter a DUI diversion program, in spite of his ineligibility. After completion, the state dropped the DUI charge.

  • DUI Accident Where Defendant Failed Field Tests

    THE STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    At 5:45 pm, Defendant was operating a Jeep and was involved in a traffic crash. The second party stated the Defendant appeared to be intoxicated because she could not stand without holding on to her car. When the officer arrived to the scene of the accident the Defendant advised she was not involved in a traffic crash and that is when the police officer detected a strong odor of alcoholic substance coming from Defendant's breath. When the Defendant stepped out of the vehicle, she had to use the vehicle to keep her balance and walk. Defendant's eyes were bloodshot and watery. The defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to blow into the breathalyzer and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant had injured feet and did not cause the accident.

  • Florida Trooper Saw Client Speed Over 100 MPH

    STATE REDUCED THE DUI CHARGE TO RECKLESS DRIVIN

    Florida Highway Patrol Trooper observed a car passing him at a very high rate of speed. He followed the car and estimated the speed at over 100 MPH. The Trooper eventually stopped the car and observed signs of alcohol impairment. The defendant performed physical sobriety exercise on an off ramp from the highway, with substantially good results. We deposed the Trooper and secured an admission from him that the defendant was only slightly impaired. The defendant has a prior DUI conviction from Tennessee within the past 5 years, requiring a mandatory jail sentence upon conviction.

  • Police Saw the Client Run a Red Light and Almost Hit a Car

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    The Defendant was observed by Coral Gables police on South Dixie Highway, nearly striking the median and running a red light. While stopping, the Defendant's car almost struck a parked vehicle and she had difficulty exiting her vehicle. She admitted to having three to four drinks and failed the roadside sobriety tests. She refused breath testing and was alleged to uttered swearing remarks at the officer.

  • Case 0048-WLN

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE

    Defendant struck a Florida Power and Light utility pole and continued driving. He was stopped sitting in an immobilized vehicle on the side of the roadway. The state was convinced to permit him to enter a DUI diversion program, in spite of his ineligibility. After completion, the state dropped the DUI charge.

  • Case 5979-XEQ

    STATE DROPPED THE DUI CHARGE AND FELONY CHARGE

    The Defendant was seen driving on the wrong side of the roadway at 4:00 a.m., was stopped and found to have several bottles of beer and wine in the back seat. He was tested for DUI and arrested. He refused breath testing. The defendant was alleged to have offered a bribe to the officers to release him. He was charged with two felony counts.

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