Breath Test – .134

Client stopped for defective headlight and running a stop sign. After performing poorly on sobriety tests, Client was arrested and provided breath specimen of .134.  At trial, officer claimed that every mistake Client made was a sign of intoxication.  On cross-examination, Attorney Segura forced the officer to admit that he had committed the same driving violations which were all captured on his gps-enabled camera system.  The officer acknowledged that his driving “was a lot worse than” client’s driving and that on that evening Client was a safer driver.  The officer agreed that he had conducted a poor investigation and that the detention was an unconstitutional seizure.  The jury’s verdict was Not Guilty.  


By : admin | June 6, 2020 | DUI