A Key West vacationer had too much fun in the sun after a family reunion on his rented motor scooter. At 4:50 a.m., police pulled over a driver cruising 15 mph in a 35 mph zone and causing a traffic back-up on the beach streets. Police observed a lost vacationer, smelling of alcohol and having difficulty standing. The Defendant refused sobriety testing, and was then arrested and charged with Reckless Driving Second Offense and Refusal to Submit Breath Test.
RESULT: Attorney Musca successfully negotiated terms with the State Attorney under nearly impossible circumstances, and was able to obtain a DISMISSAL of the Reckless Driving Second Offense charge and NO FORMAL FINDING OF GUILT on the Refusal to Submit to Breathalyzer charge.