In a retrial of a case that hung 8-4 in favor of not guilty the first time around, Chambers Law Firm won a hard-fought acquittal in a case involving breath test results of .08/.09 and a subsequent blood test of .10.
Chambers Law Firm used strategic cross-examination of the arresting officer and key expert witness testimony to demonstrate to the jury that the client was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of driving and that the client’s blood alcohol was actually below .08 at the time he drove his vehicle.
Client was charged with driving under the influence and driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or greater. Client had taken a blood test that resulted in a blood alcohol level of .10 and had taken a preliminary alcohol screening breath test with a result of .09.
After a 4-day trial, the jury was unable to reach a verdict and hung. Client then was able to plead to a much less serious charge that did not involve alcohol or driver license ramifications.
Charged with Possession of Marijuana for Sale Pled to charge
3 years supervised felony probation with 30 days jail weekends
Client was arrested for driving on a suspended license based on a prior DUI conviction and was facing a probation violation.
Chambers Law Firm filed a motion challenging the initial detention based on an alleged traffic violation and got the case dismissed.
Client blew a .09/.09 breath test.
Chambers Law Firm built a defense based upon a rising blood alcohol defense. The jury found the client not guilty.
Client was arrested for DUI after providing a blood sample that came back four times the legal limit. Chambers Law Firm challenged the blood draw as an illegal search done without a warrant and got the blood result thrown out.
Client received a reduced charge.
Client was charged with DUI after switching seats with her husband after the accident. Chambers Law Firm used biomechanical evidence to demonstrate that the husband sustained air bag injuries consistent with him being the driver.
The jury hung 10-2 in favor of not guilty. The client plead to a minor, non-alcohol related misdemeanor.
Client was arrested for DUI and provided a blood sample that came back twice the legal limit.
Chambers Law Firm filed a motion challenging the initial detention based on an alleged traffic violation for lane weaving and got the case dismissed.
Client was arrested felony DUI with injury and provided a breath test that came back at 0.17. Chambers Law Firm investigated the alleged victim’s injuries and challenged the felony charge through a motion to dismiss.
The case was eventually reduced to a simple DUI charge and the client avoided a felony conviction and significant jail time.
Client was arrested for a DUI and provided a breath sample of .08/.08. Through a multi-front attack on the initial traffic stop, the breath instrument records and scientific evidence concerning the client’s absorption of the alcohol she had consumed,
Chambers Law Firm was able to negotiate a plea to a minor traffic violation.