Pretty thin evidence against you, I think you have a good chance of getting away with little or no consequence.
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Should talk to an attorney on this one thing we need to know is why did the
cop just stop you it may be an illegal detention also need to know other
factors that the cop make claim you must also realize that any alcohol
offense can get to a1 your license suspension so it would be very wise to
seek specific legal advice
You can file a motion for an unlawful detention on this one, however I don't believe it something that you will likely win. The only way you're going to get out of paying the fine most likely will be if you take it to trial.
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Yes, there may be several ways you can avoid paying a fine...not the least of which is by avoiding being convicted. Hire a locally experienced criminal defense attorney to assist.
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As Mr Fremont said, there may be an illegal detention. Other facts need to be known to make an informed decision. Any alcohol offense can get your license suspended.Ask a similar question
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