Criminal Lawyer Concord MA
OUI – NOT GUILTY JURY VERDICT
LIGHTS VIOLATION – RESPONSIBLE, FILE
Concord District Court 8/16/22
Concord police observe a car traveling west on Route 2 without headlights turned on at 10:00 p.m. When signaled to stop, the car pulls over almost completely past the breakdown lane and into a grassy shoulder. On approach, police detect the odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the client, who also exhibits bloodshot, glassy eyes and slurred speech. Client flings her license out of the car window and into the breakdown lane of Route 2. Client admits to having gone out after work and having consumed one large sake. Outside of the vehicle, client loses balance and leans against her car to regain it. Client fails the HGN, walk and turn, one-let stand tests. Clients’ speech is slurred and a strong odor of alcoholic beverage comes from her breath as she recites the alphabet. Client fails a preliminary breath test, blowing a .125 and later at the police station, fails the breathalyzer, blowing a .104.