Drugged Driving, Domestic Violence and OWI/Posession paraphernalia cases all thrown out
DODGE COUNTY: DRUGGED DRIVING CASE DISMISSED
Prosecutors originally charged our client with driving after smoking marijuana. After reviewing the lab reports, our lawyers convinced the prosecution they could not win the case because the client had only metabolites of THC, but no delta-9 THC in his system. Case dismissed prior to trial.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE DISMISSED
Our client was charged in Dane County with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts after breaking into his estranged wife’s home and allegedly assaulting her. One the felony charges and all of the misdemeanor charges were dismissed outright. The client entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on the remaining felony charge, which will be dismissed upon completion of the agreement.
CITY OF REEDSBURG – EVIDENCE SUPPRESSED, OWI CASE AND POSSESSION of DRUG PARAPHERNALIA THROWN OUT
Police stopped our client for failure to properly yield to a pedestrian in a cross walk. As a result of the stop, our client was charged with OWI, PAC and possessing a pot pipe. Police tested our client’s blood, which revealed an alcohol level of 0.187 percent. Our lawyers filed a motion to suppress the evidence, arguing the officer lacked a basis to stop the client. The judge agreed and threw out all of the evidence against our client, and the case was dismissed.