State vs. T.G.

CHARGE:

Driving while under the influence.

SUMMARY

Client was pulled over for DWI and the breath test machine was malfunctioning. The police then asked if she would take a urine test. Because of recent developments in caselaw, police need a warrant for urine tests. We filed a motion to suppress the test because the police did not inform her that refusal to take a urine test is not a crime without a warrant.

CASE DISPOSITION

The Court agreed with our position and suppressed the test result. We were able to have our client plead to a speeding violation.


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