Case Study

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Chages: Driver License Suspension
Court: DHSMV

Charges: Driver License Suspension
Court: Leon County / DHSMV

Facts

Defendant was charged after an accident with dui property damage.

Defends performed field sobriety exercises and submitted to a breath test with results above.08.

On behalf of defendant a formal driver license hearing was scheduled to contest the suspension of the driver license.

 

Arguments

It was argued that the Department of Highway Safety entered illegible documents into the record thus failing to provide competent and substantial evidence.

Outcome

The Department reinstated the driver license of the defendant.

Note: This same argument was made in another case and was successful as well

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