DUI .132 (Paradise Valley) - Client passed out behind the wheel - credit for time served. NO JAIL! - 3/8/2016


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DUI .132 (Paradise Valley) - Client passed out behind the wheel - credit for time served. NO JAIL! - 3/8/2016
This entire Paradise Valley DUI arrest was on video. Numerous people called 911 stating my client was passed out. When police arrived my client was speaking gibberish and could not be understood. He eventually refused to give a breath sample and a warrant was obtained. Despite the Paradise Valley DUI arrest and a mandatory minimum of one day in jail, I was able to work out a plea deal that kept my client out of jail. I was able to do this due to my knowledge of the law, spotting issues in the case, and having a working knowledge of blood alcohol testing.

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