Client was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint on May 6. He admitted to two officers that he had a "few drinks" just a short while ago. Then he stumbled back against his car when asked to stand wth one foot in front of the other during the nine step walk and turn test. Two troopers testified at trial that they thought he was under the influence of alcohol. The prosecutor tried extremely hard to convict him but the judge sustained all my objections to the DA's line of questioning, found my client not guilty of both criminal charges and restored his license immediately the same day of trial.
See judge's order restoring license.