I blew all 000 on the breathalyzer at 10:15am. I was arrested at 9:10am and had a beer in a half. I told the cop I took one xanax 1 mg 2 hours ago. He did a urine test at 11:31am. He didn't read me my Miranda rights until 11:56am. I have aspergers/Autism spectrum disorder Harrington rods and a speech impediment a bad combination for "impairment". I went to court. Judge said its unusual for police not to corporate. It has to be resolved in 90 days or they have to get a subpena for FST and urine analysis. What are the chances of xanax showing up in the urine test? I have a script for them. The police did not have probable cause to stop me. They stopped me based on an anonymous tip made by coworkers that I was "driving impaired". What are the chances of the DUI getting dropped?The cop all so lied in the report. He said I told him I took 2 xanax and that I took to much. My prescription bottle says take once twice daily by mouth as needed. I did not tell the cop I took 2 xanax and that I took to much. The coworkers filed false statements said that I was carrying a case of beer out at 7:30am and proceeded to consume an open container. That is two hours of drinking in my opinion. So I apparently went back to the store to buy another case of beer at 8:45am so according to coworkers I all ready drank that "one case of beer" in an hour and 45 minutes. I should have blown something other than all 000. What can I do about them filing a false statement? I didn't actually buy a case of beer until 8:45am I was arrested at 9:10am. I was charged with DUI Alcohol or Drugs.
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