DWI Charges Not Proven Beyond A Reasonable Doubt

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

John Ingrassia
secured not guilty verdicts for his client who had been charged with Driving While Intoxicated offenses .

Mr. Ingrassia's cross examination of the arresting officer demonstrated that the police officer had significantly changed his testimony from his prior testimony given at a Pre-trial hearing several months before trial. By exposing and highlighting these inconsistencies Mr. Ingrassia successfully argued that the officer's testimony was not credible to support proof beyond a reasonable doubt and Mr. Ingrassia's client was found not guilty of all Driving While Under the Influence of alcohol charges and was only found guilty of crossing a pavement marking.

This case illustrates the importance of thorough attorney preparation and diligent review of transcripts of prior witnesses testimony in order to most effectively defend an individual against criminal charges.

If you or a loved one is accused of a crime contact the attorneys at Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP who are experienced at defending criminal matters.