In July 2013, we helped represent a client who was arrested for a second DUI after failing
field sobriety tests. The client then provided a breath sample of 0.131. As part of our defense, we requested all records of the breath test. In our review of those records we discovered that the State was going to have a difficult time producing the required witnesses to introduce the breath test at trial. After we pointed out this problem to the Office of the State Attorney they agreed to drop the second DUI to reckless driving with no
driver's license suspension. While results such as these are not guarantees of future results, we do believe they properly showcase our talents in the courtroom. Do you want to learn more about how our
criminal defense lawyers can help to protect you? Do not hesitate to
contact our firm to schedule an initial case consultation.