The Client’s vehicle was stopped for speeding 15 mph over the posted speed limit.
Once stopped the Officer stated he smelled marijuana and conducted a DUI investigation. The Client performed somewhat poorly on the roadside sobriety exercises and was subsequently arrested for DUI. Once at the breath alcohol testing facility the Client was requested to give a breath sample, which returned negative for alcohol. Then the Client was asked to give a urine sample, which she refused to give. The Officer then told her that whether she gave the sample or not her license would be suspended. The advice given by law enforcement was incorrect. As a result the Firm was able to not only win the Client’s license back but also convince the State to drop the DUI charge.