Driver Stopped for Cutting off Police Cruiser at 4:30 AM; Arrested for DUI

Found NOT GUILTY by Jury!

Officers initiated a traffic stop on a driver who cut off a police cruiser at 4:30 a.m. The driver exhibited signs of intoxication and admitted to drinking at a friend’s home. The officers claimed that the driver had difficulty standing, swayed when he walked and failed field sobriety testing. The driver refused to participate in a breath test and officers arrested him. The driver faces criminal charges of DUI.

RESULT: The defense believed in the innocence of the client and brought the case to trial. The attorney argued the validity of the officers’ claims partnered with the arrest video. The defense claimed the police made a bad DUI arrest and the jury agreed. It took 14 minutes for a jury to find the defendant NOT GUILTY!

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