State v. AB
The client was charged with DUI after the police were called to his girlfriend's home due to an argument that had escalated. Both had been drinking alcohol before the police arrived. The officers had not witnessed the client driving but because of how his vehicle was parked, they believed he had driven there drunk. Charge was reduced to Disorderly Conduct with no driver's license suspension because there was evidence the client had not begun drinking until he arrived at the house and multiple witnesses submitted testimony that he had arrived several hours earlier. This case is proof positive that no person is automatically guilty regardless of a first glace at the evidence.
Practice area(s): DUI / DWI