When I was charged with DUI, I hired Bob to defend me. He avoided the pretrial suspension for failing the breath test, and ultimately tried the case to a jury, which found me not guilty of the charge. At the trial, Bob expertly pointed out all the flaws committed by the arresting officer in administering the field sobriety tests. After his cross examination of that officer, there was no basis for concluding that I was less safe to drive. As for the test result, he used a forensic chemist to explain that the test result was over the limit because of the added effect of an interferent chemical in my breath, created by metabolic elimination of the alcohol I did drink. That defense resulted in the jury rejecting the test result altogether. It didn’t take too very long for the jury to return a Not Guilty verdict.

I am a Department of Defense contractor with the Air Force, age 49. I simply had to avoid a DUI conviction. When the prosecutor would not offer a disposition on a non-DUI basis, Bob did not hesitate in getting the case ready for a trial. When a plea deal is not forthcoming, you need a lawyer who has the ability to win at trial. Bob was such an attorney and I am glad I trusted him with my problem.