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Drunk driving case thrown out due to pre-trial Motions

Client was stopped in Marlboro after another driver reported erratic operation and told the state police that he’s all over the road’.  The client performed field sobriety tests was given the breathalyzer.  The reading was .14 BAC.   Upon examing the police report, counsel picked up on the fact that the client was coerced into performing the tests by the officer and that the breathalyzer was flawed.  A motion to suppress was filed and allowed by the court.  Both tests were thrown out.  The prosecutor, realizing that their case could not proceed dismissed the entire matter.

Result: Case dismissed

Counsel: Kevin R. Leeper, Esq.

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