After an automobile accident, an Elsberry resident faced his third DWI arrest. The police officer who responded to the accident was a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), and he arrested G.T., claiming that G.T. was intoxicated with drugs. G.T.was charged with Felony DWI.
St. v. J.G.
DUI and DWI
J.G., a Troy resident, faced his first DWI arrest after leaving a party where most people at the outdoor party were drinking. The police officer claimed J.G. failed field sobriety tests, and at the request of the police officer, J.G. blew into a breathalyzer machine, which gave a BAC of .11.
St. v. M.P.
My client was stopped at what the police claimed was a "license checkpoint". The police questioned my client, noticed that he was nervous, and asked him to step out of the car. The police requested to search the car. My client agreed to the search. I filed a Motion to Suppress all of the drugs found in the car; using United States Supreme Court case law, and law from Missouri. My motion I showed the judge that the "license checkpoint" was unconstitutional and that he should suppress all the evidence against my client.
City v. A.B.
DUI and DWI
Mar 17, 2014
A.B. was leaving a college party late and was pulled over. The officer noticed the odor of alcohol and A.B. was not co-operative with the officer refusing every test.