Motion to Preserve Booking Video Won a Not Guilty
Client drove over a 12 inch curb and did not stop when police flashed their lights at him. He accelerated to 50 MPH with a flat tire. Cop testified he was unsteady on his feet, had an odor of alcohol and his speech was thick and slurred. We immediately filed a motion to preserve the booking video. At trial, attorney Dunn played the video showing him standing normally and speaking normally and argued there was a "disconnect" between the police report and the video. The judge agreed, acquitted him and restored his license immediately.