John Ingrassia Gets Evidence Suppressed as a Result of Not Having Probable Cause

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

March 2014: After a suppression hearing John Ingrassia successfully argued to the Court that the police did not have probable cause to arrest his client for DWI.

As a result the Court granted suppression at trial of all evidence obtained as a result of the unlawful arrest including his client's blood alcohol test result.