A man was placing a pizza into the trunk of his car when another car swerved in his direction. The man managed to jump out of the way before the swerving Driver slammed into his parked car. The Police responded to the crash. The Officer noticed the Driver had slurred speech, bloodshot/watery eyes and a difficult time keeping his eyes open. The Driver denied drinking, but confessed to taking a number of prescription pills just hours before the accident.
The Driver failed Field Sobriety Testing and agreed to a Breathalyzer Test. The Driver blew .00 and refused to submit a urine sample. Police arrested the Driver and charged him with DUI and DUI Property Damage. The Department of Motor Vehicles suspended the Defendant’s license after his refusal to submit to a urine test.
RESULT: The Defendant retained Musca Law to defend the DUI charges against him. The Attorney requested a Formal Administrative Review of the Client’s suspended license with the Department of Motor Vehicles. The Defense subpoenaed witnesses and arresting officer to testify at the hearing. The Hearing Officer ruled in the Defense’s favor and SET ASIDE the suspension of the Client’s license.