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DUI / Drunk Driving Case of the Week

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DUI / Drunk Driving Case of the Week

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DUI / Drunk Driving Case of the Week

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DUI / Drunk Driving Case of the Week

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Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week

Our client passed a patrol car at a high rate of speed on the freeway. After slowly responding to officer and being stopped, officer observed odor of alcohol, red/watery eyes, slow/slurred speech and unsteady gait. Client admitted to two glasses of wine. After further interrogation, client failed 4 field sobriety tests and blew a .099/.097 on portable breath test. Client then was arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client blew a .09/.08. Client was offered and plead to exhibition of speed. Both driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a .08 or greater in the blood were dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)


Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week

Our client was driving around a curve and saw a dog or coyote on the roadway. Client swerved to avoid hitting the animal and ran into a fire hydrant. Upon arrival, officer observed odor of alcohol, red/glossy eyes and slightly slurred speech. Client admitted to drinking 2 glasses of beer. After further interrogation, client failed 4 field sobriety tests and blew a .110/.109 on portable breath test. Client then arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client took a blood test with results of .08. Prior to trial, client was offered and plead to dry reckless. Both driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a .08 or greater in the blood were dismissed. Both the fire hydrant and dog or coyote were OK. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)


Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week

A tipster told police our client was intoxicated and was leaving a parking lot. Police stopped our client driving away, observed red/watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and strong odor of alcohol. Client admitted to three drinks . After being interrogated, client failed 5 field sobriety tests and then blew .140/.136 on portable breath test. Client was then arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client blew .12/.12. After trial, client was found not guilty of driving with a .08 or greater in the blood. Driving under the influence of alcohol was dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)


Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week

May 17, 2013 — by Myles L. Berman | Comments (0)
Tags: Successful Case Of The Week Breathalyzer Test Refusal

Our client was seen driving across 4 lanes of traffic (all closed by CalTrans) and over double yellow lines at about 80 mph. Client was pulled over but in doing so failed to follow instructions. Officer observed strong odor of alcohol, incoherent, mumbled and slurred speech, red watery eyes and upon exit from car unsteady gait. Client admitted to 1 drink. Client failed 4 field sobriety tests and refused a portable breath test. Client then arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client wanted to use bathroom before a breath test. Client was uncooperative, interruptive, protesting and talking loudly during much of the contact with police. Eventually, client refused a breath/blood test. After jury trial, client was found not guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)


Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week #1

Our client was weaving between lanes and shoulder of freeway as well as within lanes. After stop, client admitted to drinking 1 vodka/soda. Officer noticed bloodshot/watery eyes, odor of alcohol unsteady gait and slurred speech. Client failed 4 field sobriety tests and blew a .085/.089 on portable breath test. Client was then arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client took a blood test with the result of .099. On day of jury trial, client was offered and plead to a dry reckless. Both driving under influence of alcohol and driving with a .08 or greater in the blood were dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)


Myles L. Berman DUI / Drunk Driving Case Of The Week 2/11/13 #2

Before being stopped, our client passed a patrol car slowing down from 35 mph to 10 mph. Client's tinted front side windows blocked officer from even seeing a silhouette of client. Officer observed strong odor of alcohol, slow movements, watery eyes, slow speech and slow/swaying walk. Client denied drinking alcohol. Client then failed 5 field sobriety tests. Client then blew .102/.098 on portable breath test. Client was then arrested for a second DUI / Drunk Driving. After arrest, client blew an insufficient breath sample back at jail and refused a blood test. Client was also charged with refusing a chemical test. Prior to trial, client was offered and plead to a wet reckless. A second driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a .08 or greater and refusing a chemical test were all dismissed. (The case results posted on this page do not guarantee the success or outcome of your case. Every DUI case is unique and the results may vary from case to case.)