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When an attorney looks at a police report for a DUI case, what kind of things do you look for that benefit the defense? I keep hearing that attorneys will look at the police report for errors, but I also hear that errors or incorrect statements in the police report don't help at all. I know things like incorrect name spelling, location, car make/model ect... don't count for anything.
What about things like for example if 2 officers give inconsistent statements in each of their reports or if an officer says something in one document they wrote up, but in another document they say something completely inconsistent with what they wrote. Example... the officer says they "saw one thing" and in the next report they typed, they say they "did not" see one thing.
Thank you in advance