Police used a radar gun to clock a driver speeding on an interstate highway. The Officer busted the driver going 91 mph in 70 mph zone. The Officer found the Defendant’s license was also suspended for a prior DUI conviction. The Officer arrested and charged the Defendant with Driving on a Suspended License.
RESULT: The Attorney subpoenaed the Officer involved in the Client’s arrest and called his experience with the radar gun and its accuracy into question. The Attorney successfully proved to the Court that without a working radar gun, the Officer had no probable cause to pull the Client over. The Court issued no formal finding of guilt against the Client and DISMISSED the case.