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Chris, a Pharmaceutical sales rep, was leaving Lake Texoma while towing his Baja over the 4th of July weekend and blew a .146 when arrested for his 2nd DWI. His verdict was returned Not Guilty.
Dallas Resident, John, was charged with a Felony DWI for being involved in an accident with his 4 children in the van, all of whom were under 15 years of age.
A retirement plan specialist was driving almost 30 mph over the speed limit. When he was first signaled by the police, he failed to pull over. His verdict was returned Not Guilty.
My client failed to yield and turned in front of an oncoming truck, causing a major accident. After the crash, he allegedly climbed out of his car and began to remove beer cans. The driver of the other vehicle spoke with my client at the scene and testified that he seemed “drunk” at the time. A 13-year veteran of the police force testified that my client failed all field sobriety tests, smelled strongly of alcohol, and had slurred speech – in his opinion my client was drunk.
A businessman employed by the GAP was accused of his second DWI when a police officer attempted to pull him over for speeding and running a stop sign. The officer followed him with his lights and sirens on as my client took a very long time to pull over, eventually parking in front of his house. After being removed from his truck, he failed the Walking Test, One Leg Stand Test, and the Eye Test. The officer testified that my client had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and had slurred speech. When asked if he was drunk, my client said “yes.” This all was recorded on mobile videotape. His verdict was returned Not Guilty!
This businessman left Deep Ellum with his wife one night, only to be pulled over for speeding. The officer testified that my client’s breath smelled strongly of alcohol and that he had poor balance.
This client had been drinking at a gentleman’s club before continuing on to his office, where he continued to drink as he worked. On his drive home, he hit an exit sign and two light poles while trying to exit I-75. A witness approached my client’s passenger side window to see if he was OK, and my client started driving again. He made it one block before driving over a curb and into a cement post. The witness testified that my client looked drunk while the police were speaking with him. The police officer testified that my client had to use his truck for balance, and had bloodshot eyes and alcohol on his breath. He reported that my client seemed intoxicated. My client refused all field sobriety tests.