Officer testified she had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot, glassy eyes and slurred speech. He made her get out of the car to do four field sobriety tests. He then gave her a portable roadside breath test which measured 0.99 and arrested her. I argued at trial that there was reasonable doubt: she had two bad knees, passed the alphabet test and was a woman alone doing balancing tests by the side of the highway at 2:30 am. The judge agreed. Not guilty.
See court docket showing acquittal.