Dallas County DWI Breath Test Case Dismissed
Mr. Lowe’s client was visiting Dallas for the Superbowl from the East Coast. Mr. Lowe’s client was stopped leaving a restaurant on Belt Line in Addison, Texas. The client was asked to perform all three standardized field sobriety tests. The Addison Police Officer claimed that Mr. Lowe’s client failed all of the test and he was arrested. The client gave a breath sample of .133, well in excess of the legal limit in Texas. Mr. Lowe filed a pretrial Motion to Suppress the Breath Test alleging that the test was illegally obtained. Subsequently, the client’s case was dismissed. In exchange, Mr. Lowe negotiated a deferred adjudication for an obstruction of a passageway, which will be sealed from his client’s record. Mr. Lowe’s client did not have to take any class, do any evaluations and was not required to report once to probation.
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