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My client was accused of driving with a .14 blood alcohol concentration. The officer said that my client failed all of the field sobriety tests. A roadside breath test revealed that my client blew a .16/.15. My client admitted to drinking Smirnoff vodka. However, we thought that the officer stopped my client unlawfully. So, we set his case for a motion to suppress evidence in the criminal court. Before the hearing, the District Attorney dismissed the case against my client.

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