Case #: 2017CT######
The Client was charged with DUI after being stopped on a tip from his spouse that he was driving dangerously. The Client was then pulled from the vehicle where he essentially fell to the ground. Once on the ground he could not could comply with the officers' requests to conduct sobriety exercises. The Defendant admitted to taking Oxycodone shortly before driving and also smelled of alcohol. The Client was then arrested and transported to the breath alcohol testing facility where he refused to give a breath sample. The Firm investigated the case and discovered that the Client was a veteran that suffered serious injury as a result of his service to our Country. This serious injury was the reason why the Client was on the controlled substance. In addition, the Firm pointed out that there may have been an issue with respect to the stop of the Client's vehicle. The State agreed and dismissed the DUI.