December 2008

Brockton District Court– The police responded to a report of a car driving on a lawn, hitting a tree and fleeing from the scene. They responded to the location and found the client outside of her car and visibly intoxicated. She was argumentative and uncooperative and failed all of the field sobriety tests. – NOT GUILTY

 

November 2008

Peabody District Court– The client was stopped for crossing into oncoming traffic. She produced her license and registration without a problem. She did not complete the one leg stand or walk and turn test. – NOT GUILTY

Cambridge District Court– A police officer noticed damage to a light pole and found the client behind the wheel of a damaged vehicle one block away. His had difficulty waking the client up and when he awoke he had very slurred speech and was placed under arrest. – NOT GUILTY

Peabody District Court– The client was stopped after a cell phone caller called the police reporting that he was following a vehicle that was all over the road. The officer then pulled the car over for speeding. The client produced his license without difficulty, admitted drinking and was told to get out of the car. The client could not stand on one leg for more than 3 seconds and could not walk heel to toe. His recitation of the alphabet was not understandable according to the officer and repeatedly asked to be let go. – NOT GUILTY

 

October 2008

Federal District Court– The client was stopped for running a stop sign. He was cooperative with the officer. He failed the alphabet, one leg stand and the 9 step walk and turn test. .079% breath test – CASE DISMISSED

Hingham District Court– The police responded to a call about a hit and run. They went to the owner of the vehicles home and spoke to the client who admitted being in an accident. The officer wrote in his report that the client was slurring his words, smelled of alcohol, had glassy eyes and was unsteady on his feet. The client failed all of the field sobriety tests. – CASE DISMISSED

 

September 2008

Federal District Court– The client was stopped for running a stop sign. She was cooperative with the officer. She produced her license and registration without a problem. She stumbled at the back of the car but otherwise was not unsteady. She did not complete the one leg stand, walk and turn and horizontal gaze nystagmus to the officer's satisfaction, but was able to do a finger to nose test. .13% breath test – NOT GUILTY

Newton District Court– The client was involved in a one car rollover accident. The police responded and observed that the client had an odor of alcohol and bloodshot eyes. The client was transported to the hospital and his blood alcohol level was .13% – NOT GUILTY

 

 

August 2008

Hingham District Court– The police officer observed a vehicle cross the fog line twice and almost hit a parked car. The driver was slow to react to the officer's requests. The officer detected and odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The officer testified the client was having a difficult time understanding the field test instructions and could not say the alphabet. – NOT GUILTY