DWI BREATH TEST DETERMINED TO BE COMPROMISED – CLIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY

Prior results do not guarantee a similar future outcome.

John Ingrassia teamed up with Michael Collado to achieve not guilty verdicts after a trial in a local justice court.

Their client had been charged with 2 counts of DWI after being stopped by police for having failed to dim high beams and failing to signal a turn.

Despite that their client’s blood alcohol level determined by a Breath test was alleged to have been greater than .08 % their client was found not guilty of both DWI counts and found guilty of the failing to signal and failure to dim high beams.

The defense called an expert witness at trial who testified persuasively why the breath test result was compromised and that the results were unreliable.

This case illustrates the importance in mounting aggressive DWI defenses as well as the fallibility of breath test devices.

Should you or someone you know be charged with a DWI, contact the law firm of Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP for a free DWI case evaluation.