Our client was looking at an aggravated DUI and a possession of marijuana charge in a tough rural district. The aggravated DUI meant mandatory jail time and a six-month required interlock device. Clark Law Attorneys were able to identify that the Intoxilyzer 5000-en used to perform the breath test in this case had a result that was in the standard margin of error. Rather than litigate the margin of error in this scientific test, the prosecution agreed to an offer of fines with a minimum license suspension. The client received no probation (in a county where probation for marijuana offenses is common), only fines, fees, an alcohol driver education classes.
Case Resolved: May 2017
Lead Attorney: Bradley Clark
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