Elderly Driver Nearly Hits Officer with Town Car; Charged with DUI


A town car nearly struck a Police Officer assisting on a traffic stop. The Officer followed the driver and pulled her over after witnessing her weave in and out of traffic. During questioning, the 70-year driver admitted to drinking wine with lunch and acted confused as to her whereabouts. The elderly driver refused to participate in Field Sobriety Testing and was arrested. The elderly suspect wet herself in the Police cruiser and refused to submit to a Breathalyzer Test while at the jail. Police charged the Defendant with Driving Under the Influence and Refusing to Submit to a Breathalyzer Test.

RESULT: The Defendant hired Musca Law Firm to fight the charges against her. The Defense Attorney filed a Motion to Consolidate both charges against the Client and prepared for trial. The Court ruled in favor of the Defense dismissing the DUI charge and the Client entered a plea to a lesser charge. The Client is now eligible to have her records sealed.

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