They could have arrested you for public intoxication - that is what they often do in cases where they arrest the driver for DWI. As far as your complaint about being left stranded, you can file a formal complaint with the internal affairs department of the police department that arrested your boyfriend.Ask a similar question
As stated above, you should file a complaint against this officer.
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I do not practice in FL, but I may offer some general advice. What do you mean your boyfriend was pulled over twice by the same trooper? Twce the same night? An officer needs reasonable suspicion to pull someone over. If the trooper pulled your boyfriend over twice in the same night, there may be an issue with the stop. If there is an issue with the stop, evidence may be surpressed.
Your boyfriend should consult with local, experienced DUI attorneys as soon as possible. He may find such an attorney through the National College for DUI Defense: www.ncdd.com. Most initial consultations are free. So, he has nothing to lose at first.
Good luck to the both of you!Ask a similar question
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