Anatomy of a Successful DUI Defense

Ever wonder what makes a successful DUI defense, well, successful? Here's an almost perfect example. The arrest of a high-profile sports executive at 4:30 in the morning after a party at the hedge fund maven (and NY Mets new owner) Steve Cohen’s house resulted in headlines and the loss of his job. The NY press convicted him on the spot, they saw it as the latest in a long string of Mets scandals over the last few years. The Arrest Zach Scott, the...
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The Boss, DUI, and You

It’s almost an urban myth , it’s certainly a misreading of Washington DUI law that a driver has to ‘blow’ a .08 or above on a breathalyzer to be arrested for DUI . You do not. A law enforcement officer pulls a car over because something about it is off. Weaving, veering into the shoulder, hitting the brakes every two seconds, going exactly the speed limit no matter what, a tail light is out. When a driver is pulled over it becomes a matter of how...
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