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Is It Common For Police Officers Not To Show Up For A DUI Trial?


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Attorney Myles Berman explains there are a number of reasons that a police officer might not show up at trial. For example, an officer could have retired, transferred locations or sustained an injury. If a police officer fails to show up for a DUI trial, the charge could be dismissed. DUI cases are taken very seriously and police officers are often subpoenaed by the prosecution. Another reason that the officer may not show up for trial is that they were not subpoenaed properly by the prosecution. Contact Top Gun DUI defense attorney Myles L. Berman serving clients throughout Southern California and he will represent you with the care and attention you expect.

Description: There are a number of reasons that a police officer may not show up for trial.

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