Bank employees’ contacted police after a suspicious vehicle with a sleeping driver was parked in their parking lot. Officers smelled alcohol on the suspect and requested he partake in field sobriety testing. The cops reported that the driver failed testing and blew .116 & .109 breathalyzer test. Officers arrested the defendant and charged him with DUI.
RESULT: The attorney argued that the client did not violate the law besides illegally parking in a parking lot. The defense referenced case law to the prosecution that the evidence was subject to suppression. The State agreed and declined to prosecute the case resulting in a DISMISSAL of all charges.