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An elder veteran, with no prior OVIs or criminal record, was attempting to make it home after consuming nearly a bottle of vodka when he was stopped by a state trooper. Our client, a vet, grandfather, and volunteer for the VA found himself in handcuffs facing a charge with mandatory jail time.
While attempting to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, he was stopped due to the trooper’s concerns for our client’s safety. After this, he was placed under arrest and mirandized. He admitted to consuming about a bottle of vodka. He submitted to a breath test and blew well over twice the legal limit and was charged with an OVI high test offense.
He made the decision to retain our firm for help. Attorney Chase Mallory entered a plea of not guilty and filed a motion to suppress. The day of the suppression hearing, the prosecutor and deputy chose to make a plea offer rather than litigate the OVI high test case. Our client was able to avoid the mandatory jail time and yellow plates associated with the high tier test as part of the plea deal.
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