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    • A jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY. - 2007 Case 385643W

      At 11:55 pm, Police observed the Defendant driving over 20 mph over the speed limit. Police stopped the vehicle, and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Defendant told the Police he “had a few drinks”, and then failed all the roadside tests. Police noted it took 3 minutes for the Defendant to count to 30. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • A jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY. - 2007 Case 501363W

      At 3:28 am, Police observed the Defendant stopped in the middle of the road for an extended period of time. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed a smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant, as well as bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Upon checking the Defendant’s driving record, the Officer realized the Defendant was driving on a suspended license. Defendant refuses the roadside tests and refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • A jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY. - 2007 Case 385643W

      At 11:55 pm, Police observed the Defendant driving over 20 mph over the speed limit. Police stopped the vehicle, and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Defendant told the Police he “had a few drinks”, and then failed all the roadside tests. Police noted it took 3 minutes for the Defendant to count to 30. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • A jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY. - 2007 Case 501363W

      At 3:28 am, Police observed the Defendant stopped in the middle of the road for an extended period of time. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed a smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant, as well as bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Upon checking the Defendant’s driving record, the Officer realized the Defendant was driving on a suspended license. Defendant refuses the roadside tests and refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • Case: 1655-XBQ - 2016 The State dropped the DUI.

      At 3:15 am, officers observed the Defendant driving recklessly going over 85mph in a posted 60 mph zone. The Defendant also weaved recklessly in between several cars, and almost colliding with them. The officers initiated a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant also swayed back and forth with an unsteady balance, while the officers smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant and vehicle. During the inspection of the vehicle, the officers uncovered an empty can of beer on the passengers’ side, and thus initiated the field sobriety test. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the test, was arrested for DUI, and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • Case: A0Z0MVP - 2016 The State dropped the DUI.

      At 2:34 am, officers responded to a Be On the Look Out in which the Defendant had initially called for help with directions. Once the officers arrived on scene, they noticed the Defendant had a slurred speech, bloodshot watery eyes, and an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The officers viewed the Defendant’s car as to having fresh damage from an accident, but were unable to find any report of an accident having occurred. The Defendant was asked to complete the roadside exercises, but failed to pass the test. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then submitted a breath sample of .202/.197 in the breathalyzer.

    • DUI State Dropped the DUI

      At 3:00 am, Police observed the defendant was driving at 70 mph in a 50 mph zone, passing all vehicles in the road, swerving and drifting into another lane and back and almost striking the guardrail. When the Officer approached the vehicle, he detected a strong smell of alcohol coming from the car and noticed the defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, flushed face, and was sweating profusely. The defendant stated he had been drinking at a friend’s house celebrating a birthday. He performed the roadside tests which he failed, the defendant provided a breath sample. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • DUI State Dismissed the DUI

      At 10:30 pm, the defendant was driving back from a bar after having some beers with a few friends. The defendant was involved in a road rage incident, as the defendant stepped out of the car a Police Officer notice it was difficult for the defendant to walk steady. When the officer approached the defendant, he noticed the smell of alcohol on the defendant’s breath besides having slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to blow into the Breathalyzer and was arrested for DUI. It was the defendant’s 2nd arrest for DUI.

    • DUI State Dropped the DUI

      At 11:26pm, Police observer the defendant driving 90 mph on a 55 mph zone. The defendant failed to stop immediately and was followed by the police for about ¼ mile. Officer noticed the defendant had a strong odor of alcohol and bloodshot eyes. The defendant agreed to perform roadside tests which he did not perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The Federal Government DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 2860206-FTA (Federal)

      Federal Agents stopped the Defendant in his car while driving on a Federal Preserve in South Miami. Upon approaching the Defendant, Agents noticed the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant. The Defendant admitted to drinking earlier that day, and then performed roadside exercises. The Defendant later blew over the limit into the breath machine, and was arrested on Federal land for a DUI.

    • The Firm PREVENTED the State from filing the DUI charge. - 2011 Case: 9235-XEQ

      Around 4:30 AM, Police stopped the Defendant for a traffic infraction. Police noticed signs of impairment, and began a DUI investigation. The Police Officer immediately offered the Defendant a breath test, as the Defendant was under the legal drinking age of 21. The Defendant refused to provide a sample. The Officer never offered the individual roadside exercises.

    • The Firm PREVENTED the State from filing the DUI charge. - 2011 Case: 8739-GLN

      While on Miami Beach, the Defendant ran her scooter into another car. When Police arrived on the scene, they noticed a water bottle filled with an alcoholic beverage in the Defendant’s possession. The Defendant also appeared to be extremely intoxicated. Fire Rescue treated the Defendant, and took her blood. Police decided to let the Defendant go home after giving her a ticket for no valid driver’s license, pending the results of the blood draw.

    • The Government DROPPED the boating under the influence. - 2009 Case 1139925

      Biscayne National Park Police came upon the scene of a boat with a broken engine in Biscayne National Park, and the Defendant was trying to start the engine and drive away. There were several open containers of alcohol on the boat, and Police arrested the Defendant for boating under the influence in federal jurisdiction. The Defendant submitted to a breath test, and also failed the roadside exercises.

    • The Government DROPPED the BUI (Boating Under the Influence). - 2013 Case 1139925—Federal

      Biscayne National Park Police came upon the scene of a boat with a broken engine in Biscayne National Park, as the Defendant was trying to start the engine and drive away. The Defendant was drifting back and forth within the Federal Jurisdiction after a day of fishing and lobstering. There were several open containers of alcohol on the boat, and Police arrested the Defendant for boating under the influence in federal jurisdiction. The Defendant submitted to a breath test, and also failed the roadside exercises.

    • The State Attorney DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 3870-ETV

      At 12:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving across a median to make a left hand turn. In the process, the Defendant cut off several vehicles, causing the vehicles to break and almost hit him. Police stopped the Defendant, and noticed a strong smell of alcoholic beverage emitting from the Defendant. The Defendant could not perform the roadsides because of his level of intoxication. The Defendant blew a .201 and .188 into the breathalyzer machine. This was the Defendant’s 3rd arrest within the last 10 years for DUI. At first, the State Attorney wanted the Defendant to serve several months in jail to resolve the case.

    • The State Attorney DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 359631-X

      Around 2:00 PM, while driving South on US1, the Defendant swerved into the median and ran over a tree, his car partially crossing into the other side of US1. Police arrived on the scene, and found an open bottle of liquor in the Defendant’s car. The Defendant could hardly stand up, and smelled of an alcoholic beverage. Fire Rescue arrived and cleared the Defendant of having any serious bodily injury, but Police ordered Fire Rescue back to the scene to transport the Defendant to the hospital in order to take his blood. His blood alcohol level was .269, over 3 times the legal limit, when he arrived at the hospital. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED (NOLLE PROSSE) the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0FIP

      At 1:12 am, the Defendant was traveling at a high rate of speed, almost 40 miles over the posted speed limit. Upon contact, the officer was able to smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage on the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had watery eyes and an unsteady gait. When speaking to the officer, the Defendant admitted to drinking, and agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises, but was not able to perform the exercises to standard. The Defendant then provided breath samples of .195/.198.

    • The State DISMISSED (NOLLE PROSSE) the DUI - 2018 Case: 2031XCF

      At around 10:15 pm, officers were directing traffic due to a power outage. The Defendant ignored the closed lanes and drove over the flares, with half her vehicle over the center median in an attempt to make a left turn. Despite several orders to stop, the Defendant continued driving, almost striking one of the officers who were asking her to stop. The Defendant finally stopped once she saw the officer’s reflective traffic vest and a flashlight being pointed at her as the officer got out of the way to avoid being hit. Once contact was made, the Defendant displayed clear signs of impairment such as having bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath. Furthermore, a bottle of whiskey, half empty, was visible in an open purse on the passenger seat. Another officer arrived on the scene and asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, a task that was quite difficult for her due to her lack of balance. The Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises, but she failed to complete them to standard and was arrested. The Defendant also stated that she had only had two glasses of wine. At the station, the Defendant provided samples of her breath of .200/.198.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges - 2011 Case V-154625

      Defendant was at the Columbus Day Regatta on his 10 foot boat. As he sped through the anchorage area with swimmers in the water, Police activated their lights to pull him over. Defendant then increased his speed in an effort to elude the Police. Police caught the Defendant, who had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. Police took Defendant to Elliott Key, where he failed the roadside tests. Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Police arrested the Defendant for three different crimes, including BUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2011 Case 6398-XDX

      At 7:25 PM, Defendant drove through several shrubs, crashed into a tree, a stop sign in the parking lot and a second stop sign. Police arrived and approached Defendant. Defendant nearly fell backwards but agreed to perform the roadsides. Defendant began the test before he was instructed to do so, put his foot down several times during the balance test, and rushed through the walk-and-turn failing to touch heel to toe. Defendant blew .203 and .211 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 2118-XCK

      At 1:52 AM, Police observed Defendant traveling at 90mph in a 55 mph zone. Police followed Defendant with siren and lights on. Defendant swerved over the yellow line, coming close to crashing into the concrete center wall. Defendant crossed four lanes at once, without using his turning signal and came to an abrupt stop. Police asked Defendant for driver’s license and registration. Defendant asked “Why?” and repeated he had done nothing wrong. Defendant admitted to having three beers earlier that day but refused the roadsides stating “I know my rights.” Police held Defendant from falling. Police found a bag containing marijuana and a pipe with burnt marijuana in the bowl in Defendant’s vehicle. Police read Defendant his Miranda rights. Defendant repeated “I know better sorry… I love the wording” and refused the breathalyzer. Defendant was arrested for DUI, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2011 Case 6398-XDX

      At 7:25 PM, Defendant drove through several shrubs, crashed into a tree, a stop sign in the parking lot and a second stop sign. Police arrived and approached Defendant. Defendant nearly fell backwards but agreed to perform the roadsides. Defendant began the test before he was instructed to do so, put his foot down several times during the balance test, and rushed through the walk-and-turn failing to touch heel to toe. Defendant blew .203 and .211 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 0694-XEB

      At 3:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant run a red light. The Defendant also failed to maintain a single lane. The Defendant pulled over without incident, yet had slurred speech and glassy eyes. The Defendant performed poorly in the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking beer and liquor earlier that night. Defendant blew .128 and .136 into the breathalyzer machine, well over the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 5082-XED

      At 12:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving on Collins Avenue traveling at 57 mph in a 30 mph zone. Defendant at first refused to pull over, but did so erratically. Defendant lawfully possessed a .380 Kel Tec handgun in his vehicle. Defendant appeared confused with bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Defendant could not perform the roadsides and refused the breathalyzer. Defendant admitted to drinking sangria.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 362783-W

      At 2:28 AM, Police stopped the Defendant for speeding in the West Miami area. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed slurred speech and the smell of alcohol coming from her person. The Defendant allegedly failed the roadside exercises, although it appears Police performed the exercises incorrectly. Police found alleged cocaine on the Defendant’s person, and the Defendant later blew under the legal limit into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 412733X

      At 1:50 am, Police observed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn, after which he swerved off the road and into oncoming traffic. The Defendant also swerved over the yellow line multiple times. Police stopped the vehicle, and smelled alcohol coming from the Defendant. The Defendant admitted to drinking 5 Heinekens, and blew a .230 and .247 into the breathalyzer machine (3 times the legal limit). Defendant failed the roadside tests, including using the “wrong hand” to touch his nose. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 06004206MM10A

      At 4:00 am, Police observed the Defendant asleep in her car in a parking lot. The engine was running, and the lights were on. Police Officers shook the car for 15 minutes and the Defendant still did not wake up. When Officers finally made contact with the Defendant, she stated “I was coming from a batchelorette party and had too much to drink…I should not have been driving.” The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and blew .226 and .244, nearly 3 times the legal limit into the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case V-144575

      At 9:45 pm, Police observed the Defendant operating his boat in the Bayside Marina. Police stopped the boat. The Defendant told Police he drank 2 or 3 beers on the Miami River. The Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and smelled like alcohol. The Police transported the Defendant to Bayside to perform the roadside tests. The Defendant failed all the tests, and then blew a .171 and .182 into the breathalyzer machine (over twice the legal limit). Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 06014781MM10A

      At 3:00 am, Police observed the Defendant and his passenger exit their vehicle in an aggressive manner in the middle of a roadway and approach the Police. The Officer drew his weapon, and ordered the men back into their car. The Defendant was bleeding profusely, as he was the victim of an earlier attack. The Defendant drove to a gas station, and was arrested for DUI by 4 other Police Officers. The Defendant smelled of alcohol, admitted to drinking that night, and failed the roadside tests. The Defendant then blew .117 and .119 into the breath machine, and admitted drinking at several bars that night.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 064556MM10A

      At 2:45 am, Police stopped the Defendant for making 3 right hand turns in a row, illegally tinted windows, and for swerving outside his lane. The Defendant could not locate his drivers license, registration, or insurance card, and told the Police “I was trying to lose you.” The Defendant had alcohol on his breath, and then failed the roadside tests because he could not stand up straight or follow directions. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer, and this was his 2nd refusal of a breath test in the State of Florida. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 260917W

      At 6:22 am on New Year’s Day, Police responded to an accident scene. Upon contacting the Defendant, Police noticed the smell of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant admitted to driving her car in the accident. There was an unopened bottle of wine in the passenger seat of the car. The Defendant failed the roadside tests in several ways, including stepping off the line 14 different times while taking 18 steps. The Defendant blew .107 and .094 in the breathalyzer machine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 573304X

      At 8:00 pm, the Defendant was involved in 3 separate hit and run accidents. Once the Police found the Defendant, the Defendant stated “I am drunk, take me in.” He later stated “Take this cuff off of me, I’ll pay you whatever, let me go.” Defendant caused damage to three different cars. Defendant refused the roadside exercises, and fell asleep in the Police car. Defendant was arrested for Felony Fleeing and Eluding and DUI. Defendant admitted to drinking 3 bottles of wine that night. Defendant blew .228 and .231.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 504262W

      At 1:03 am, Police observed the Defendant speed through a steady red light. Upon encountering the Defendant, the Police noticed slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and the smell of alcohol. The Defendant told the Police “Officer, I’m OK, I only had 4 beers.” The Defendant had difficulty walking and had to brace himself against a wall for support. The Officer also prevented the Defendant from falling on the ground during the roadside exercises. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI and No Valid Drivers License.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 0827-EEV

      At 2:45 am, Police observed the Defendant asleep in her car at a red light. As the light cycled green and then to red, the Defendant still did not move. Police came into contact with the Defendant, who had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and alcohol coming from her breath. The Defendant was unsteady on her feet, and vomited while talking to the Police. Defendant failed the roadside tests. Defendant admitted to drinking at a party earlier that night. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case V-154625

      Defendant was at the Columbus Day Regatta on his 10 foot boat. As he sped through the anchorage area with swimmers in the water, Police activated their lights to pull him over. Defendant then increased his speed in an effort to elude the Police. Police caught the Defendant, who had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. Police took Defendant to Elliott Key, where he failed the roadside tests. Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Police arrested the Defendant for three different crimes, including BUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 6033-DOE

      At 5:00 am, Police observed the Defendant driving 60 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. The Defendant also swerved over the center line 6 times over a 12 block period. Upon contact, Police noticed bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and alcohol coming from the Defendant’s person. Defendant also had a flushed face and was unsteady on her feet. Defendant failed the roadside tests and was forced to provide a urine sample to the Police. Defendant admitted to drinking one mixed drink and three “Kamikaze” shots that night. Defendant also admitted to using cocaine, Xanax, and marijuana in the past. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 267281-W

      At 2:37 am, Police observed the Defendant driving 51 mph in a 35 mph zone. Police stopped the vehicle, and the Defendant had a very difficult time exiting the car. The Defendant had blooshot and watery eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Defendant admitted to drinking earlier that night. Defendant failed all the roadside tests, and could not follow the directions for any of the tests. Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 411279X

      At 12:50 am, Police observed the Defendant cutting in and out of traffic, and driving in the emergency lane on the 826 at a high rate of speed. Police chased down the Defendant, who had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The passenger in the car was vomiting out the window the entire time. The Defendant admitted to drinking some Heinekens earlier that night. The Defendant had a suspended license, and this was his 3RD DUI. He failed the roadside tests and refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI and Driving with a suspended license.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 504101W

      At 8:15 pm, the Defendant disobeyed a Police traffic Officer, driving past him towards Miami Beach after a Miami Heat game, making irate gestures towards the Officer. Police pulled over the Defendant, and noticed the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and later blew .150 and .148, nearly twice the legal limit, into the breathalyzer machine.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 06010718MM10A

      At 2:18 am, Police observed the Defendant stopped at a green light. As Police approached the vehicle, there was a railroad crossing bar that began to drop, as railroad crossing lights also began to illuminate. As the train approached, the Defendant awoke and sped under the crossing bar in an attempt to outrun the Police. The Police followed the Defendant through the railroad crossing, and pulled him over on the other side of the highway. The Police then tackled the Defendant as he exited his car. The Defendant smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant refused the roadside exercises and the breathalyzer. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, driving under railroad gate arms, no proof of insurance, failure to register motor vehicle, tag not assigned or attached, and resisting without violence.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2012 Case: 0207-GMW

      At 11:05 PM, Police observed the Defendant almost cause an accident with several pedestrians in the road. Once the Police activated their sirens, the Defendant refused to stop for the Police for several blocks. Police eventually found cocaine in the Defendant’s mouth, and charged him with four counts of Felony Tampering with Evidence, Resisting Arrest, Fleeing and Eluding, and Driving under the Influence. The Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 0695-XEB

      At 11:30 PM, Police made contact with a bouncer who pointed in the direction of the Defendant and a friend as having been involved in a fight. As the Defendant started his vehicle to leave the scene, Police stopped him. Police then initiated a DUI investigation, as the Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, admitted to being at a strip club and drinking, and blew .179 twice into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 0694-XEB

      At 3:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant run a red light. The Defendant also failed to maintain a single lane. The Defendant pulled over without incident, yet had slurred speech and glassy eyes. The Defendant performed poorly in the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking beer and liquor earlier that night. Defendant blew .128 and .136 into the breathalyzer machine, well over the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 5082-XED

      At 12:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving on Collins Avenue traveling at 57 mph in a 30 mph zone. Defendant at first refused to pull over, but did so erratically. Defendant lawfully possessed a .380 Kel Tec handgun in his vehicle. Defendant appeared confused with bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Defendant could not perform the roadsides and refused the breathalyzer. Defendant admitted to drinking sangria.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2009 Case 0695-XEB

      At 11:30 PM, Police made contact with a bouncer who pointed in the direction of the Defendant and a friend as having been involved in a fight. As the Defendant started his vehicle to leave the scene, Police stopped him. Police then initiated a DUI investigation, as the Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, admitted to being at a strip club and drinking, and blew .179 twice into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2007 Case 411293X

      At 1:24 am, Police observed the Defendant weaving and swerving from lane to lane, and driving in the emergency lane at least 2 times. The Defendant had a 12 ounce, red plastic cup containing an alcoholic beverage in his car. The Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Before failing the roadside exercises, the Defendant told the Police “I was drinking, I love the Police, and I am not lying to you. Let me go, you know I am drunk.” He also told Police “I had one bottle of rum during the day, and a half bottle of whiskey tonight.” When the Police told the Defendant to blow in the breathalyzer machine, the Defendant told the Police “If I blow into that machine, it is going to explode.” Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 2118-XCK

      At 1:52 AM, Police observed Defendant traveling at 90mph in a 55 mph zone. Police followed Defendant with siren and lights on. Defendant swerved over the yellow line, coming close to crashing into the concrete center wall. Defendant crossed four lanes at once, without using his turning signal and came to an abrupt stop. Police asked Defendant for driver’s license and registration. Defendant asked “Why?” and repeated he had done nothing wrong. Defendant admitted to having three beers earlier that day but refused the roadsides stating “I know my rights.” Police held Defendant from falling. Police found a bag containing marijuana and a pipe with burnt marijuana in the bowl in Defendant’s vehicle. Police read Defendant his Miranda rights. Defendant repeated “I know better sorry… I love the wording” and refused the breathalyzer. Defendant was arrested for DUI, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.

    • The State DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 9253-GBT

      At 5:30 PM, Defendant was carelessly driving his trailer over the Macarthur Causeway. Defendant struck two vehicles, failing to maintain control of his trailer. Defendant continued driving without leaving any information at the scene of the accident. Police stopped Defendant and charged him with careless driving, and fleeing the scene of an accident.

    • The State DISMISSED both charges. - 2008 Case 239073-W

      At about 2:51 AM the Defendant was observed swerving in and out of his traffic lane. Police stopped the vehicle and notice that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and smelled like alcohol. Defendant was unable to complete the roadside exercises and admitted to have been drinking Heineken. When asked to take the breathalyzer test, the Defendant asked the Officer if the test would show any use of illegal drugs. A plastic bag containing marijuana was then found inside the vehicle. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and Possession of Marijuana.

    • The State DISMISSED both DUI cases. - 2012 Cases: 9691-XEQ and 4455-XDY

      Police arrested the Defendant twice within a 6 month period for separate DUI cases. During the first incident, Police stopped the Defendant for not having brake lights, and ordered him out of the vehicle at gunpoint. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, as the Defendant failed the roadside exercises and later refused to blow into the breathalyzer. During the second incident, Police arrived on the scene of an accident, as the Defendant sat behind the wheel of his inoperable vehicle. The Defendant smelled like alcohol, and again failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant later refused the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the BUI (Boating under the Influence). - 2011 Case: B11-15448

      At 7:30 PM, the Defendant was operating his boat in the intracoastal waterway with his family on-board. Police stopped the Defendant for a safety inspection, and discovered several alcoholic beverages on board. The Defendant admitted to drinking 4 beers that day, and to not having the required safety equipment. Police transported the Defendant to shore to perform more exercises, which he failed. Defendant later blew .105 and .107 into the breath machine. Police arrested the Defendant for operating a vessel while under the influence.

    • The State DISMISSED the BUI (Boating Under the Influence). - 2012 Case M09-60887

      At 7:45 PM, Police noticed the Defendant driving his sinking boat towards Black Point Marina after the Columbus Day Regatta. Police Officers, Park Rangers, Coast Guard, and various other uniformed personnel boarded the boat to remove the 10 passengers to safety. The Police noticed the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant, as the Defendant drank excessive amounts of water. The Defendant later failed the roadside exercises, and refused the breath test. Defense Counsel filed various Motions to Suppress the DUI investigation and arrest.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2015 Case: 6969XEM

      At 3:51 am, the Defendant’s vehicle was stopped in the roadway with the lights off, engine running, and the windshield wipers on. The officer approached the vehicle with his flashlight and illuminated the driver’s side window as he got closer to the car, seeing scratch and scrape damage along the driver’s side body of the vehicle. The officer then illuminated the interior of the vehicle and was able to see that the Defendant—who was the only occupant of the vehicle and whose car keys where in the ignition with the engine running—was reclined in her seat, head tilted to the right with her arms above her head, passed out. The officer knocked on her driver’s side door and shined his flashlight through the windshield in an attempt to wake her up but proved unsuccessful. The officer then proceeded to walk to the passenger side of the vehicle where he noticed a right front flat tire with rim damages. After calling out loudly to her, the Defendant began to wake up, and the officer was able to smell the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage in the driver’s compartment, along with the odor of cannabis. The Defendant appeared disoriented and had delayed facial expressions, watery eyes, and slow speech. The odor of alcohol exuding from her breath only grew stronger as she continued to wake up, having difficulty walking and finding it tough to balance as she stepped out of the vehicle. After being asked twice whether or not she had been drinking, the Defendant claimed she had not. The Defendant was then asked to perform the horizontal gaze nystagmus exercise, which she failed, and was later arrested. The Defendant provided a proper sample of her breath, blowing .145/.145 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A1069KP

      At 4:30 am, officers on patrol were observing the Defendant’s vehicle that was headed south. As the Defendant’s vehicle continued traveling southbound, the officers noticed that the vehicle failed to maintain a single lane and both of the vehicle’s left front and back tire crossed over the white line two times. A traffic stop was conducted and contact was made with the Defendant, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle. As they asked for his driver’s license, a strong odor of alcoholic beverage was emitting from his breath, and the Defendant also had red, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant was asked to perform the DUI test, to which he agreed, but was not able to meet the standards. Inventory tow of the vehicle revealed a cold 12 oz. beer bottle on the rear seat. The defendant was arrested and transported to the police station for further processing. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2016 Case: 0763XFE

      At 2:23 am, units were dispatched to a vehicular crash that had occurred. While the officers were in route to the scene, they were advised that the Defendant, who had been involved in the accident, had left the scene. One of the witnesses involved in the accident was able to provide the tag information of the Defendant’s vehicle to the 911 operators. The officers looked up the tag and were soon able to find an address. Upon arriving at the listed address, the officer noticed the Defendant walking from the passenger side of a vehicle containing severe damage to its left side. After approaching the Defendant, the officer began to speak to him and observed that the defendant had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his facial area. The Defendant also had bloodshot, watery eyes and his speech was slurred. The aforementioned witness was transported to the location where the Defendant and officer were, and was able to positively match the Defendant as the driver of the vehicle that had just left the scene of the crash that both the witness and Defendant had been involved in. After being read his rights, the Defendant stated that he had been driving the vehicle. When asked more questions, the officer expressed that the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant only grew stronger, as the Defendant also stated he could not remember where he was going or where he was coming from. The Defendant refused to perform field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was then transported to the police station for processing. The Defendant refused to provide a sample of his breath and was issued several citations. The Defendant caused damage worth $3000.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0754XFE

      At 5:18 am, officers responded to a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, contact was made with the Defendant, who was observed by one of the officers in the driver seat of his vehicle. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and an alcoholic odor emitting from his person. One of the officers believed that the Defendant was under the influence of alcohol or another substance. Another officer arrived on scene to conduct the field sobriety exercises to which the Defendant agreed to perform, but, however, failed to meet standards. The Defendant was transported to the police station where he provided samples of his breath, blowing .204/.200 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2015 Case: 3307XEH

      At 8:03 pm, the Defendant made a U-turn in front of a police vehicle in a posted no U-turn intersection. To make the turn, the Defendant was stopped in the northbound lane, obstructing traffic as northbound cars were stuck behind him, honking their horns, the location having especially heavy traffic due to the holiday season. The officer turned on his emergency equipment to conduct a traffic stop, but instead of immediately stopping, the Defendant continued driving for two more blocks before finally stopping at the curb. As the officer approached the vehicle, he noticed the Defendant had placed a mint in his mouth but he had spit it out by the time he talked to the officer at the car’s window. While speaking to the Defendant, the officer noted that the Defendant’s eyes were watery and he could smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage about him and on his breath as he spoke. The officer believed the driver to be impaired and asked another officer to assist in the investigation. The other officer spoke to the Defendant and asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle. He then asked the Defendant to perform roadside exercises and the Defendant agreed. While speaking to the officer, the Defendant swayed slightly while standing and the odor of an alcoholic beverage continued coming from him. The Defendant did not meet the standards and was taken into custody. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 4837XBQ

      At 6:40am, a deputy officer witnessed a vehicle crash caused by the Defendant. The Defendant was traveling southbound and lost control, striking the inside of a guardrail. As soon as the officer approached the vehicle, he could smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside. The officer asked the Defendant to exit the vehicle; the Defendant attempted to but was unsuccessful in exiting the vehicle on his own. Upon arrival, another officer noticed the Defendant’s vehicle with front and rear end damage to it. The officer then approached the Defendant and asked him if he was hurt and he stated no, the officer then asked the Defendant to stand which he attempted a couple of times with no success until two officers assisted him. When being questioned by the officers, the Defendant had to use the officer’s car for support, had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his facial area, was exhibiting slurred speech, and had red, glassy eyes. Although the Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety tests, only one of these exercises was able to be conducted because the Defendant was unable to stand properly and kept on losing balance if he didn’t hold on to the officers. It was concluded that the Defendant was under the influence, being consequently placed under arrest. The Defendant agreed to provide breath samples and blew .172/.163 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A10IJ2P

      At 3:59 pm, units were dispatched to a specified location in reference to a reckless driver provided by an unknown motorist. Upon arrival, the officer spotted the Defendant’s vehicle, matching the description provided by the caller. The vehicle was waiting in a student pick up line, and as the officer approached the vehicle, he noticed the Defendant in the driver seat with the vehicle in transport. The officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage issuing from his breath. The officers asked him to step out of the vehicle and perform standardized field sobriety exercises, to which he agreed. The Defendant could not perform any of the exercises to standard and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .234 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10641P

      At 5:17 pm, the Defendant, who was under the legal drinking age, rear-ended the car in front of him with his vehicle. Upon the officer’s arrival, the officer made contact with the Defendant who was sitting in the driver seat of the vehicle, had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and his breath smelled of an unknown alcoholic beverage. While out of the vehicle, the Defendant appeared to be stumbling and uncoordinated, and due to his suspected impaired state by alcohol, he was asked to conduct roadside exercises. The Defendant failed to complete the standardized field sobriety exercises properly and was ruled impaired and therefore transported to the police station. Although the Defendant had agreed to submit a sample of his breath, the Defendant pretended to blow into the breathalyzer, and later refused to continue.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A105TCP

      At 2:10 am, an officer observed the Defendant take the flashing red light and pass by the officer at a high rate of speed, almost striking the officer’s window. When the officer got the Defendant to stop, not only was the officer able to sense a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant, but the Defendant’s eyes were also bloodshot and watery. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety tests, but was not able to meet the standards. The Defendant provided breath samples of .175/.166 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2014 Case: 7895-XEM

      At 5 am, an officer observed the Defendant running a stop sign, and was driving with 2 flat tires. Once the officer approached the Defendant, the officer saw the Defendant had glossy, watery, bloodshot eyes. The defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the facial area, as well as slurred speech. Once the officer believed the Defendant was impaired by alcohol, the officer instructed the roadside sobriety test, to which the Defendant consented, and failed due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant was placed under arrest for the Defendant’s second DUI, and blew .224/.235 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 7850-XEM

      At 5:45 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle holding up traffic, due to the Defendant sleeping behind the wheel with the engine running. Once the officer awoke the Defendant, the Defendant got out of the car, but was unable to maintain a steady balance and keep stumbling and falling over. The officer noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant, as well as a ¾ empty bottle of Vodka in the passenger’s seat. The Defendant was unable to complete the field sobriety test due to the level of intoxication. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 3725-XED

      At 3:51 am, an officer observed the Defendant illegally parked in a parking lot, and then make a left turn without using any signals. Once the traffic stop was conducted, the officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had a flushed face, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards of the field sobriety tests, and after refusing to administer a breath sample, the Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 8175-XEM

      At 3:30 am, officers observed the Defendant’s front tire driving on the rim. Once the traffic stop was conducted, the officers observed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and spoke with a slurred and mumbled speech. The officers also smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car. Once the field sobriety test was conducted, the Defendant was unable to maintain their balance, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then blew a .161/.151 in the breathalyzer, and therefore was charged with a DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 4034-XBQ

      At 8:20 pm, officers pulled into a gas station to find the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. Upon several tries to wake up the Defendant, officers were obligated to open the car door to find a strong odor of alcohol immediately hit them. Once the Defendant awoke, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred and mumbled speech. The Defendant consented and began to do the field sobriety test to which the Defendant failed, and was arrested for DUI. Once the Defendant refused to give a breath sample, officers charged the Defendant with a DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: A1QWEQE

      At 8:03 pm, officers responded to a crash to which the Defendant was involved in. Upon arrival and questioning of the Defendant, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, as well as the strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s facial area. Once the Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then provided a breath sample during the 20 minute observation period, and blew a .14/.13 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 7551-XEQ

      At 1:40 am, an officer was dispatched to the site of an accident that occurred, where the Defendant had crashed into 2 different cars, and then fled the scene on foot. Once the officer caught up to the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, and that the Defendant’s pants were completely soiled in urine. Due to the Defendant’s intoxication, the Defendant was unable to meet the standards of the field sobriety test. The Defendant then refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 8106-XEM

      At 9:20 pm, an officer was dispatched to a McDonald’s drive thru where the Defendant had fallen asleep and was slumped over the wheel, while in line. The officer detected the strong odor of alcohol, and the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant also had a slurred speech from intoxication. The Defendant was then unable to complete the field sobriety test, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0SOP

      At 3:54 am, the Defendant was driving at an extremely high rate of speed, gaining even more speed as he went. The Defendant was driving 104 mph in a posted 60 mph zone when he was finally stopped. Upon making contact, the Defendant was observed to have slow and sluggish movements, while also having bloodshot, glassy, watery eyes. When asked, the Defendant stated he had two beers. The Defendant swayed as he stepped out of the vehicle to complete the field sobriety exercises he had agreed to. However, the Defendant was not able to meet the standards for the exercises and was arrested, providing two samples of his breath of .174/.177.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105WPJ

      At 2:55 am, the Defendant was completely stopped in a left lane with no obstructions ahead of the vehicle that would prohibit it from moving forward. As the officer approached the Defendant, he realized that the vehicle’s front left tire was disabled. When asked, the Defendant stated he was not sure what had happened. The officer noted the Defendant had glassy eyes and a dazed expression, along with a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. A skid mark stretching eastbound from behind the Defendant’s vehicle’s twisted left front tire and a scuff mark on the curb were observed. While talking to the officer, the Defendant spoke in a slurred manner and denied drinking. However, when another officer asked the Defendant if he had been drinking, the Defendant stated that he had been drinking. The Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests, but was not able to meet standards and was placed under arrest, providing breath samples of .169/.177.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 2610XBN

      At 2:19 am, the Defendant was involved in a crash where he struck another vehicle. The Defendant’s speech was slurred and slow, and an odor of an alcoholic beverage was emitting from his breath. The Defendant consented to field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest after failing to complete these exercises to standard. The Defendant refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10IGSP

      At 12:18 am, the Defendant was observed swerving her vehicle in traffic, striking a median and damaging both rear and front driver’s side tires. A traffic stop was initiated, but the Defendant did not stop for a while. Once contact was made, severe signs of impairment were detected, along with an odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant. Field sobriety tests were conducted, but the Defendant failed to meet standards. The Defendant was uncooperative and hostile as she stated that she had had one drink earlier and refused to take a breath test.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2016 Case: A10IGPP

      At 1:19 am, the Defendant was traveling 30 miles over the posted speed limit, swerving left and right, crossing the double lines into the opposite lane of traffic multiple times. When the Defendant saw the officer’s overhead lights on the police vehicle, he stopped abruptly. As contact was made, the officer began to notice that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery, droopy eyes, slurred speech, and the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. The Defendant stated he had a few drinks at a bar. When asked to exit his vehicle, the Defendant exhibited signs of further impairment as he was stumbling and unable to keep balance as he exited his vehicle, having to hold on to his vehicle to remain upright. The Defendant refused field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9800XDX

      At 3:31 am, the Defendant was observed by an officer as he made an illegal U-turn. The officer conducted a traffic stop and asked the Defendant why he had made the illegal turn when the sign stating U-turns were not allowed had been in front of him, to which the Defendant replied he had not seen the sign. The Defendant’s eyes were red and watery. After being asked where he was coming from, the Defendant also stated that he had had a drink there. The Defendant was not able to perform the field sobriety tests as instructed and demonstrated, and refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1793XEV

      At 2:48 am, the Defendant was observed as she failed to maintain a single lane, by swerving to the right partially off the roadway. Furthermore, the Defendant made a turn, and failed to use a signal. Once contact with the Defendant was made, the officer was able to smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on the Defendant’s vehicle and person. The Defendant also had slurred, mumbled speech, red and watery eyes, and appeared to be unbalanced as she was swaying while sitting down in her vehicle. When asked, the Defendant stated she had had a few shots. The Defendant agreed to attempt field sobriety tests, but was found to be impaired and not in the condition to safely drive a motor vehicle. The Defendant was arrested and provided breath samples of .211/.196 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0CKP

      At 2:23 am, the Defendant was observed speeding and a traffic stop was issued. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer noted the Defendant had a flushed face, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her. When the officer asked, the Defendant stated she had had 2 drinks. The Defendant was asked to step out of the vehicle, and informed about the field sobriety exercises, which she agreed to attempt. After conducting these exercises, the officer concluded the Defendant was impaired and placed her under arrest. While at the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8041XEV

      At approximately 10:30 pm, the Defendant was observed traveling almost 20 miles over the posted speed limit. Despite issuing his emergency equipment to conduct the traffic stop, the officer had to follow the Defendant for about three blocks before the Defendant finally stopped. As soon as the officer approached the driver’s side window, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanated from the vehicle, only intensifying whenever the Defendant spoke. While the field sobriety tests were being administered, the Defendant stated he had marijuana on him and proceeded to take the bag containing the suspect marijuana out of his pants. After failing to perform the field sobriety exercises to standard and being placed under arrest, the Defendant also provided breath samples of .116/.113.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case : A760GFE

      At 2AM, the police were called to the scene of a traffic accident. The Defendant hit 5 vehicles and a fence, causing $20,000 in damage, and then fled the scene of the accident. When the police made contact with the Defendant, the Defendant admitted to having consumed alcohol that night. The officer immediately noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol, glassy and watery eyes, and trouble maintaining balance. When the officer tried to conduct roadside field sobriety tests the Defendant refused to participate. The Defendant also refused to blow into the breathalyzer. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0581XFE

      At 11PM, an officer stopped the Defendant for speeding. When the officer made contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot and watery eyes, a very strong odor of alcohol, and slurred speech. When the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle it was noted that the Defendant was having trouble maintaining balanced and was swaying while standing. The officer then administered standardized roadside sobriety tests, which the Defendant ultimately failed. When asked to blow into the breathalyzer, the Defendant blew a .162/.159, resulting in an arrest.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 7895-XEM

      At 5 am, an officer observed the Defendant running a stop sign, and was driving with 2 flat tires. Once the officer approached the Defendant, the officer saw the Defendant had glossy, watery, bloodshot eyes. The defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the facial area, as well as slurred speech. Once the officer believed the Defendant was impaired by alcohol, the officer instructed the roadside sobriety test, to which the Defendant consented, and failed due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant was placed under arrest for the Defendant’s second DUI, and blew .224/.235 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 3725-XED

      At 3:51 am, an officer observed the Defendant illegally parked in a parking lot, and then make a left turn without using any signals. Once the traffic stop was conducted, the officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had a flushed face, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards of the field sobriety tests, and after refusing to administer a breath sample, the Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 8175-XEM

      At 3:30 am, officers observed the Defendant’s front tire driving on the rim. Once the traffic stop was conducted, the officers observed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and spoke with a slurred and mumbled speech. The officers also smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car. Once the field sobriety test was conducted, the Defendant was unable to maintain their balance, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then blew a .161/.151 in the breathalyzer, and therefore was charged with a DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 4034-XBQ

      At 8:20 pm, officers pulled into a gas station to find the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. Upon several tries to wake up the Defendant, officers were obligated to open the car door to find a strong odor of alcohol immediately hit them. Once the Defendant awoke, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred and mumbled speech. The Defendant consented and began to do the field sobriety test to which the Defendant failed, and was arrested for DUI. Once the Defendant refused to give a breath sample, officers charged the Defendant with a DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: A1QWEQE

      At 8:03 pm, officers responded to a crash to which the Defendant was involved in. Upon arrival and questioning of the Defendant, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, as well as the strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s facial area. Once the Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then provided a breath sample during the 20 minute observation period, and blew a .14/.13 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 7551-XEQ

      At 1:40 am, an officer was dispatched to the site of an accident that occurred, where the Defendant had crashed into 2 different cars, and then fled the scene on foot. Once the officer caught up to the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, and that the Defendant’s pants were completely soiled in urine. Due to the Defendant’s intoxication, the Defendant was unable to meet the standards of the field sobriety test. The Defendant then refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 7850-XEM

      At 5:45 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle holding up traffic, due to the Defendant sleeping behind the wheel with the engine running. Once the officer awoke the Defendant, the Defendant got out of the car, but was unable to maintain a steady balance and keep stumbling and falling over. The officer noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant, as well as a ¾ empty bottle of Vodka in the passenger’s seat. The Defendant was unable to complete the field sobriety test due to the level of intoxication. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 8106-XEM

      At 9:20 pm, an officer was dispatched to a McDonald’s drive thru where the Defendant had fallen asleep and was slumped over the wheel, while in line. The officer detected the strong odor of alcohol, and the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant also had a slurred speech from intoxication. The Defendant was then unable to complete the field sobriety test, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 6131-GRR

      At 6:40 pm, the officer observed the Defendant driving on the wrong side of the street. The officer attempted several times to have the Defendant pull over, but the Defendant would not oblige. Finally after the officer conducted the traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth, as well as, a slurred speech. The Defendant admitted to having 4 beers, but refused to give a breath sample. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2011 Case: 2478-XDP

      Around 12:40 AM, Police were dispatched to the scene of an accident. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed signs of impairment. The Defendant could barely stand up, using her car for support. She continually dropped her driver’s license on the roadway, and could not understand what was happening. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and later blew .160 and .145 into the breath machine, nearly two times the legal limit, and admitted to taking Oxycontin earlier that night.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A85TLJE

      At 5:40 am, the Defendant was driving his vehicle and struck the rear end of another vehicle stopped in traffic. The Defendant refused to give a statement as to what had occurred and wanted to speak to a lawyer. When the officers asked the Defendant for his license, the Defendant mentioned he didn’t have a license because his license had been suspended. As the Defendant talked, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was being released from his breath, his eyes were bloodshot, and he spoke in a slurred manner. The Defendant attempted to stand up with very poor balance after the officers asked him to stand. When asked, the Defendant stated that he was aware that his driver’s license had been suspended, and mentioned that he wanted to speak to a lawyer, once again. After conducting some research, it was found that the Defendant’s license had been suspended for over six years and had expired over six months before. The Defendant refused to perform the field sobriety exercises and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: 5225XEW

      At 11:26 pm, the Defendant was observed by an officer as he failed to stop at a traffic sign. When the officer made contact with the Defendant, he noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath and slurred speech while answering the officer’s questions. When the officer asked the Defendant if he had had anything to drink, the Defendant stated that he had had two drinks at a friend’s house. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises but failed to meet the standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0466XFE

      At 12:49 am, the Defendant was observed traveling more than 20 miles over the posted speed limit. A traffic stop was conducted and the Defendant was observed to have a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person, bloodshot, watery eyes, and extremely slurred speech. The Defendant also had a Budweiser can, freshly opened, cold, and half empty in his vehicle. The Defendant was asked to perform the field sobriety exercises, which he agreed to do but did not perform to standard. The Defendant was transported to the station, where he refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0YPP

      At 8:45 pm, the Defendant was observed driving 20mph in a posted 45 mph area, as well as failing to safely maintain within a single lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had glassy eyes, an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath, and slurred speech. The Defendant performed the standardized field sobriety tests but did not meet the standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided breath samples of .188/.186.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: 1607XCF

      At 2:55 am, the Defendant was observed traveling 15 miles over the speed limit on wet pavement. At the traffic stop, the Defendant was observed to have a blank stare, confused look, flushed face, and bloodshot, watery eyes. When speaking to the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant was acting slow and had slurred, low raspy speech, the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. The Defendant admitted to drinking and agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but did not perform to standards and was subsequently arrested. The Defendant provided breath samples of .117/.119.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0694XEX

      At 1:18 am, the Defendant was observed asleep behind the wheel with his vehicle’s brake lights on, blocking the crosswalk. The officer then observed the Defendant was in his vehicle with his head down and eyes closed, with the vehicle in drive position and his foot on the brake. As soon as the officer finally made contact with the Defendant, he noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath and person. The Defendant had watery eyes and slurred speech, and struggled and stumbled as he attempted to get out of his vehicle. When the officer was letting him know the reason for him being there, the Defendant claimed he had never been asleep. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance for long periods of time and failed to follow directions, not being able to meet the standards. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1684XCF

      At 12:00 am, the Defendant was observed swerving in and out of lanes, almost causing a crash with another vehicle. The officer issued a traffic stop but the Defendant refused to stop for a long time. As soon as contact was made with the Defendant, it was noticed that the Defendant had a blank stare, bloodshot and watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was coming from his breath and person. The Defendant, who spoke in a slurred, confused manner, admitted to drinking. The Defendant attempted the field sobriety tests but did not perform to standards. The Defendant was arrested and provided samples of .204/.192

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A85ISDE

      At 5:28 pm, the Defendant failed to stop at a stop sign and struck a vehicle, causing $2000 worth of damage. The Defendant was then observed as he stumbled out of his vehicle and had difficulty gaining balance. The officers smelled a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and person. The Defendant was not able to answer questions clearly, slurred his speech, and had glassy, bloodshot eyes. The Defendant denied performing the field sobriety exercises and was arrested. While being transported to the station, the Defendant had trouble staying awake. At the police station, the Defendant refused to submit a breath test and refused to answer any questions.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A1069GP

      At 7:36 pm, the Defendant was observed swerving lanes and nearly bumping into another vehicle. Officers stopped him and conducted a traffic stop. Upon immediate contact with the Defendant, the officers noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and that his eyes were red. When asked to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant stumbled and had difficulty keeping balance. Once out of the vehicle, the Defendant spontaneously stated that he should not be driving. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but did not meet standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to continue with any further processing.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1723XCF

      At 1:35 am, the Defendant was first seen driving almost 40 miles over the posted speed limit as he gained speed. The Defendant then proceeded to driving more than 50 miles over the posted speed limit, continuing to increase speed. During this time, the Defendant was unable to maintain a single lane and hit the concrete curb on the road multiple times. When the officer was finally able to conduct the traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred low speech, and the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on his breath and person. The Defendant was also unable to provide his driver’s license, registration, and insurance card. Although the Defendant denied drinking at first and agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant failed to meet the standards for these tests and showed signs of impairment, leading to his arrest. A clear bag of suspected marijuana was also found in the Defendant’s pocket. The Defendant provided breath samples of .121/.107.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: 9912XEX

      At 1:55 am, the Defendant was observed driving with his vehicle lights off during night time hours. The Defendant was further observed as he made a U-turn in a posted no U-turn sign. The Defendant then proceeded to pull into a parking lane, quickly park his car, and exit the vehicle as the officer made the traffic stop. The officer noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. The Defendant was offered the field sobriety exercises but did not perform to standards and was subsequently arrested. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A4GWWEE

      At 7:42 pm, a witness observed the Defendant vomiting outside of his vehicle and believed the Defendant was possibly intoxicated. When the officer arrived, he found the Defendant asleep in his vehicle, with the seat reclined, engine running, and keys in the ignition. When the officer tried waking the Defendant up, the Defendant attempted to shift the vehicle into gear and leave, the officer had to take the keys to prevent this from happening. The Defendant later agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, and as he was exiting his vehicle, he had to clutch the car door immediately to steady himself. During the first sobriety exercise, the Defendant struggled and lost his balance at the end so much so that the officer deemed it unsafe to continue the exercises. The Defendant was transported to the station and provided breath samples of .173/.175.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0ZJP

      At 9:40 pm, the Defendant was stopped when he failed to maintain within a single lane. The officer then made contact and noticed that there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s mouth as he spoke. The Defendant also had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant then proceeded to spontaneously state that he had had one beer with dinner. The standardized field sobriety exercises were conducted and it was determined that the Defendant was impaired from an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant was subsequently arrested and transported to the station. The Defendant refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A10IIJP

      At approximately 9:34 pm, the Defendant was observed by a witness as she sped through a neighborhood and crashed into a tree, and then attempted to leave the scene of the accident. The friends she had just spent the night with heard the crash and saw the Defendant leave the scene. The friends followed her but the Defendant did not stop until she came in front of the exit gate, at which point, she exited her vehicle. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer observed that the Defendant was nervous and talkative and her speech was slurred. The Defendant was also observed to have bloodshot and watery eyes, her pupils dilated with no reaction to light. The Defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath as she spoke. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but failed to meet the standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided one valid sample of her breath of .176.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A7KKX1E

      At around 1:50 am, the Defendant sideswiped another vehicle. During questioning, the Defendant seemed to have slurred speech, slow responses, and had a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests but did not perform to standards and was placed under arrest. After he agreed, the Defendant provided breath samples of .172/.184 and stated he had had four drinks prior to driving that night.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: 7214XBO

      At approximately 9:09 pm, the Defendant was reportedly rear-ended by a vehicle that had fled the scene. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the Defendant was observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes, slow, mumbled, speech, and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant did not admit to consuming alcohol but did agree to attempt the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was not able to perform these exercises to standard and was placed under arrest, providing breath samples of .146/.162.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7214XBO

      At approximately 9:09 pm, the Defendant was reportedly rear-ended by a vehicle that had fled the scene. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the Defendant was observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes, slow, mumbled, speech, and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant did not admit to consuming alcohol but did agree to attempt the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was not able to perform these exercises to standard and was placed under arrest, providing breath samples of .146/.162.

    • The state DISMISSED the DUI - 2014 Case: 9384XDH

      At 10:30 pm, the defendant was driving back from a bar after having some beers with a few friends. The defendant was involved in a road rage incident, as the defendant stepped out of the car a Police Officer notice it was difficult for the defendant to walk steady. When the officer approached the defendant, he noticed the smell of alcohol on the defendant’s breath besides having slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to blow into the Breathalyzer and was arrested for DUI. It was the defendant’s 2nd arrest for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 7802-XEM

      At 1:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant failing to maintain the single lane and immediately initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. The officer instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to take a breath test.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 0069-XER

      At 4:05 am, an officer observed the Defendant running a stop sign and the Defendant was also unable to maintain the single lane. When the officer conducted the traffic stop, he noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a confused, flushed face. The officer began to also smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car, and suspected the Defendant was intoxicated. After agreeing to complete the roadside exercises, the Defendant was placed under arrest for DUI, for being unable to pass the exercises and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 6964-XEX

      At 9:47 pm, an officer observed the Defendant weaving in between lanes and driving recklessly. A traffic stop was initiated, and the officer noticed that the strong odor of alcohol was coming from the car. The officer asked the Defendant questions and was able to see that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a slurred speech. After suspecting the Defendant was intoxicated, the Defendant was asked to complete the field sobriety exercises; to which the Defendant did not pass. The Defendant then refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The state DISMISSED the DUI - 2014 Case#: 1146WPJ

      At 8:20am, Defendant’s car had two flat tires and he was assisted by a police officer. The officer noticed the Defendant was very unsteady on his feet, had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and the smell of alcohol coming from his breath. Defendant wasn’t able to explain what had happened before or during the crash. When asked to do the field sobriety tests, Defendant became angered and at first refused to do so, when Defendant complied, he failed all 4 tests. When Defendant was going to be arrested, he refused to be handcuffed and 3 other officers had to assist him. While being transported in the patrol and at the Police station Defendant was kicking, being uncooperative, and combative. Defendant refused to blow into the Breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2016 Case: A76482E

      At 2:40 am, an officer observed the Defendant have a delayed reaction at a green light to turn left. Further observation revealed that the Defendant failed to drive in his designated lane. When the Defendant came to a split in the roadway, the Defendant crossed from the right to the left across and through the painted apex. The officer conducted a traffic stop and approached the vehicle. As the officer was speaking to the Defendant, the officer could smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage. The officer was also able to notice that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and appeared to be slurring his speech. When the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant had trouble maintaining balance and had to hold on to his vehicle for support. Another officer arrived at the scene as backup and noticed the same signs of impairment as the first officer had observed, while also noticing the Defendant had urinated himself. The Defendant was asked multiple times if he wanted to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant only mentioned he felt nervous and intimidated by the officers and kept mumbling and talking, asking the same questions and getting the same answers without realizing. The Defendant did not provide any definitive answer about whether or not he would perform the exercises. Due to the signs of impairment observed, the Defendant was placed under arrest for DUI. At the station, after being asked if he wanted to provide a sample of his breath a few times, and being read the implied consent form, the Defendant refused.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2016 Case: A2FNHMP

      At 1:54 am, the Defendant was at first observed driving more than 20 miles under the posted speed limit. The officer then noted that the Defendant was accelerating the vehicle and found the Defendant to be traveling 35 miles over the posted speed limit. Further, at a light, the Defendant made a wide left turn crossing over the other lane line on the passenger side. The Defendant then proceeded to weave across lane lines and within his own lane, traveling about 10 miles above the speed limit. The officer issued a traffic stop, and made contact with the Defendant and the passenger in the vehicle. The Defendant stated that he was just tired, had come from a party and was on his way home. The officer noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath and asked how much he had had to drink, and the Defendant mentioned he had only had one drink, later specifying it had been a Whiskey Sour, while also admitting to having had a beer earlier in the day. The officer also noticed the Defendant had watery, bloodshot eyes and a thick tongued speech at times. The Defendant refused to perform field sobriety exercises when asked, and was subsequently arrested. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0LMP

      At 3:04 am, an officer on routine patrol observed the Defendant swerving and failing to maintain a single lane, therefore initiating a traffic stop. As soon as the officer made contact with the Defendant, he was able to smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot red, watery eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant further admitted he had had a few drinks. The officer administered the standardized field sobriety tests, which the Defendant did not meet to standards. The defendant was arrested and blew a .153/.153 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 7852-XEM

      At 3:02 am, officers were dispatched to multiple hit and run accidents that the Defendant caused. The Defendant was involved in 5 different hit and run crashes before getting caught by the police, after leaving a parking garage. Due to the Defendant’s impairment, the total amount of property damage was over $4,000. When the officer’s questioned the Defendant, they noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath and, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant refused to submit any breath test, and was arrested for the 2nd time for a DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 8371-XEQ

      At 2:28 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle in the middle of an intersection and blocking traffic due having crashed into another car, causing over $1,000 in damage, and then leaving the scene. The victim flagged down the officer, and when the officer approached the Defendant’s car, he could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant, who was passed out in the car. The Defendant awoke, and the officer noticed the Defendant’s red, watery eyes, and flushed face. The Defendant then admitted to the officer to having 6 beers before driving. The Defendant gave a .182/.177 as a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 6504-XDX

      At 10:55 pm, an officer observed the Defendant going an unlawful speed of 63 mph in a posted 30 mph zone. The Defendant was also driving without headlights, and was having difficulty maintaining the single lane. The officer attempted to stop the Defendant's vehicle, but the Defendant failed to stop and also run a steady red light in the process. After finally being able to stop the Defendant, the officer approached the driver’s side of the vehicle and immediately smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer also noticed the Defendant had a slurred speech, bloodshot watery eyes, and an unbalanced stance. The Defendant was unable to complete the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant was able to provide the breath sample of .258, which is significantly more than triple the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A85TLJE

      At 5:40 am, the Defendant was driving his vehicle and struck the rear end of another vehicle stopped in traffic. The Defendant refused to give a statement as to what had occurred and wanted to speak to a lawyer. When the officers asked the Defendant for his license, the Defendant mentioned he didn’t have a license because his license had been suspended. As the Defendant talked, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was being released from his breath, his eyes were bloodshot, and he spoke in a slurred manner. The Defendant attempted to stand up with very poor balance after the officers asked him to stand. When asked, the Defendant stated that he was aware that his driver’s license had been suspended, and mentioned that he wanted to speak to a lawyer, once again. After conducting some research, it was found that the Defendant’s license had been suspended for over six years and had expired over six months before. The Defendant refused to perform the field sobriety exercises and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: A1EG2OE

      At around 7 am, an officer was patrolling around a nightclub when she viewed the Defendant stumble out and get into a vehicle. The Defendant was behind the wheel in the parking lot when the officer approached the Defendant and advised the Defendant to get a taxi, while noticing the Defendant’s pale face, bloodshot eyes and the overpowering odor of alcohol. The Defendant refused to get a taxi and got out of the car. A short while later, the officer observed the Defendant get back into the car and begin to drive away. The officer immediately stopped the Defendant and noticed the Defendant’s words were slurred and mumbled. The officer was unable to do the sobriety tests in the parking lot, but the Defendant completed the exercises at the station and was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and then blew a .225 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1696XCF

      At 3:32 am, an officer observed the Defendant failing to maintain his vehicle on his lane as he kept swerving from side to side. The Defendant was also continuing to hit his brakes without reason. The officer issued a traffic stop and approached the Defendant and asked for the Defendant’s driver’s license. As the Defendant seemed to be confused trying to find his license, giving the officer his credit card instead and dropping a few of his cards, the officer noticed that the Defendant had a flushed face and bloodshot and watery eyes. The officer also observed that the Defendant had slurred speech and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. Another officer arrived on scene and noticed all of the aforementioned signs of impairment, as well as noticing the Defendant had an unsteady stance. The Defendant admitted to having just come from a bar and mentioned he had had a couple of drinks. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises but did not meet the standards. The Defendant was arrested and told the officer that because of this arrest he(the Defendant) would have to go back to smoking crack and started cursing at the officer. The Defendant blew a .154 into the breathalyzer and then refused further testing.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: 1204XCF

      At 2:59 am, an officer got called in reference to the Defendant who was passed out in the front seat of her vehicle. When the officer arrived, he found the Defendant sitting in the driver’s seat of her car, with the engine running and a carton of milk resting on her chest. The officer knocked on the vehicle’s window but received no response, which led him to open the car door and turn off the vehicle. When the Defendant finally responded, the officer could sense a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath and person, while observing that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but did not meet the standards. The Defendant blew .179/.181 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0V4P

      At 11:52 am, the Defendant was driving carelessly and crashed into a fence. Officers approached the Defendant’s car and found the Defendant passed out behind the wheel, with the front end of the vehicle damaged. In the Defendant’s car, officers found 2 bottles of moonshine, and one of which was empty. The officer’s also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then provided a breath sample of .194/.198, which is more than 2x the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 0399-XFE

      At 8:54 pm, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant was driving carelessly, and rear-ended a moped, to which the victim fell and hurt her neck. The officers questioned the Defendant and saw the bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled the odor of alcohol, which made them believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was shown how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but did not meet the standard. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 7160-XEM

      At 11:44 pm, an officer observed the Defendant parked in a handicapped spot without the correct permit, and then pull out and run a stop sign. A traffic stop initiated and when the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The officer instructed the Defendant how to complete the standard sobriety tests, but was unable to pass. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 7006-XEM

      At 3:50 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerve multiple times, and also swerve into oncoming traffic, while almost causing a crash accident. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop and pulled the Defendant over, the officer noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, and that the Defendant had a slurred speech. The Defendant then spontaneously admitted to having had many beers, and refused to do the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and blew a .151/.158 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: A1TXR6E

      At 10:40 am, the officer observed the Defendant leaving the parking lot of a bar in his vehicle. The officer observed as the Defendant began to gain speed far beyond the posted speed limit. After having traveled at this speed for a few minutes, the Defendant encountered a flagman who asked him to stop, and the Defendant briefly stopped but continued shortly after and drove around the flagman, heading directly into the path of oncoming traffic. The officer stopped the Defendant and the Defendant claimed the flagman had told him to go. As soon as the officer began to talk to the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his person and that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery, glassy eyes. The officer further noticed that there were two other passengers in the car, a baby and a woman. The Defendant admitted he had been drinking, but that he had only had one drink. The Defendant agreed to the field sobriety exercises but failed to perform to standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z14YP

      At 3:35 am, an officer observed the Defendant make a left turn on a solid red light, and issued a traffic stop. When the officer approached the vehicle, he noticed the Defendant’s interior lights were on, moss was hanging from the driver’s side rear axle, and the driver’s side mirror was shattered. The officer also observed that the Defendant’s belt, pants, and fly were open. Furthermore, the Defendant had red, bloodshot, watery eyes, had extremely slow slurred speech, and slow tracking, with a strong odor of alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. After fumbling through various miscellaneous cards, the Defendant informed the officer that he did not have his driver’s license. When asked, the Defendant stated he might have had one or two drinks. The field sobriety exercises were performed, but not to standards and the Defendant was placed under arrest. Search of the Defendant’s vehicle revealed driver side scratches on the passenger side, the driver’s side mirror shattered, and dirt and debris under the rear of the vehicle. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 6851-XEX

      At 5:04 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run accident that occurred. The Defendant had crashed into another car, and the victim was extremely injured, the victim was transported to the nearest hospital. The Defendant caused over $20,000 in property damage, and fled the scene on foot. Due to the level of intoxication suffered by the Defendant, officers caught up with the Defendant quickly, and noticed the bloodshot, watery eyes and stench of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The Defendant's flushed face, and loss of balance had the Defendant fail the sobriety test administered, and was arrested for DUI, and blew a .168/.173 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: A1MNTOP

      At 9:13 pm, an officer was stopped at a light and observed some fighting going on in the back seat of the car in front of him. The officer initiated a traffic stop in order to investigate and make sure no one was hurt. When the officer approached the driver’s side, he immediately smelled alcohol coming from the driver. The officer could also see the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and a flushed face. After instructing the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was not able to perform to standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: A1MNYEP

      At 10 pm, an officer observed the Defendant fail to maintain a single lane, and then rapidly speed up to 70 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop and was able to see that the Defendant had red and watery eyes. Even though the officer did not smell any odor of alcohol, the Defnednat showed signs of impairment. After the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety tests, the Defendant agreed to submit a urine sample. The sample showed the Defendant was impaired by a CNS drug stimulant, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 0474-XEV

      At 1:44 am, officers witnessed the Defendant driving carelessly through a closed park, and then crash into a concrete barrier. The Defendant then proceeded to flee the scene resulting in a hit and run crash. The officer immediately began a pursuit, and initiated a traffic stop. While the officer spoke with the Defendant, he noticed multiple signs of impairment such as: red watery eyes, a flushed face, a slurred and mumbled speech, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. Since the officer believed the Defendant to be under the influence of alcohol, he instructed the Defendant on how to complete and pass the field sobriety exercises. After multiple attempts, the Defendant was not able to pass and was arrested after refusing to blow in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2016 Case: 6609-XDX

      At 2:40 am, the Defendant was observed by an officer, failing to maintain a single lane, and was driving slower than the posted speed limit of 40 mph. The officer suspected the Defendant to be impaired and initiated a traffic stop. When the officer approached the drivers side window, it was clear that the Defendant was intoxicated due to many signs of impairment including: bloodshot watery eyes, a slurred speech, a flushed face, and an odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant had confessed to drinking 4 cups of vodka at a restaurant, before heading home. From all these signs, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI, and later the Defendant provided the breath samples of .131/.123.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 7160-XEM

      At 11:44 pm, an officer observed the Defendant parked in a handicapped spot without the correct permit, and then pull out and run a stop sign. A traffic stop initiated and when the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The officer instructed the Defendant how to complete the standard sobriety tests, but was unable to pass. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 7006-XEM

      At 3:50 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerve multiple times, and also swerve into oncoming traffic, while almost causing a crash accident. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop and pulled the Defendant over, the officer noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, and that the Defendant had a slurred speech. The Defendant then spontaneously admitted to having had many beers, and refused to do the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and blew a .151/.158 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0V4P

      At 11:52 am, the Defendant was driving carelessly and crashed into a fence. Officers approached the Defendant’s car and found the Defendant passed out behind the wheel, with the front end of the vehicle damaged. In the Defendant’s car, officers found 2 bottles of moonshine, and one of which was empty. The officer’s also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then provided a breath sample of .194/.198, which is more than 2x the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7614XEQ

      At 9:30PM, an officer noticed a car parked in a lane on the street. When the officer approached the car the officer found the Defendant asleep while the keys were in the ignition with the car running. When the officer attempted to wake the Defendant up, the Defendant did not respond. It took multiple attempts, banging, and shouting to wake the Defendant. Upon waking up, the Defendant tried to drive away from the scene. When the Officer asked the Defendant to step out of the car, the officer immediately notice the Defendant had a strong scent of alcohol, bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. After the Defendant did not perform the field side sobriety tests to standards, and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant then blew a .167/.170 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z14SP

      At 11:30PM, an officer stopped the Defendant for a routine traffic stop. While talking to the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol. After the officer administered the roadside sobriety tests, it was determined that the Defendant did not perform them to standards, and then the Defendant was charged with a DUI. The Defendant blew a .144/.137.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2016 Case: 3643XEX

      At midnight, the Defendant was stopped at a DUI checkpoint by the police. When the police were talking to the Defendant they noticed a strong smell of alcohol and marijuana coming from the Defendant’s vehicle. When questioned, the Defendant admitted to having consumed alcohol that night. The police then asked the Defendant to complete a field sobriety test, which the Defendant did not perform to standards. The Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer, and was then charged with a DUI. When the police were conducting a tow inventory they found marijuana and a pipe with marijuana residue in the car.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2015 Case: A105PJP

      At 11:50am, officers received an emergency medical condition call. When the officer arrived at the scene the officer saw the Defendant slumped over the steering wheel of the car. While the officer attempted to make contact, the Defendant woke up and accelerated his vehicle, crashing into a parked police car. When instructed to exit the vehicle, the Defendant was extremely belligerent, attempting to fight the officer. The Defendant was so belligerent that the officer had to deploy his taser to incapacitate the Defendant. Later, the Defendant had to be transported to the hospital because of the extreme level of intoxication.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI - 2015 Case: 4214XEX

      At 4:00am, the Defendant made an illegal U-turn in front of a marked police officer and almost caused a collision. The Officer immediately pulled him over and upon contact noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, a strong odor of alcohol, and looked dazed. When the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the car the Defendant stumbled and lost balance. Throughout the investigation, the Defendant admitted to having been drinking that night. The Defendant was unstable during the field side sobriety test and did not perform the tests to standards. The Defendant was charged with a DUI and refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 8522-XEM

      At 11:50 pm, officers were dispatched to the scene of an accident in which the Defendant rear-ended another vehicle, and caused hundreds of dollars in damage for driving carelessly. The officers questioned the Defendant and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. When the Defendant spoke, the Defendant had a slurred and mumbled speech, and an odor of alcohol that emitted from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was therefore unable to pass the field sobriety test, was arrested, and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 0399-XFE

      At 8:54 pm, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant was driving carelessly, and rear-ended a moped, to which the victim fell and hurt her neck. The officers questioned the Defendant and saw the bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled the odor of alcohol, which made them believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was shown how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but did not meet the standard. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2018 Case: 6392-XEM

      At 2:50 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle unable to maintain the single lane as cars dodged out of its way to avoid an accident. The officer pulled the Defendant over, believing the Defendant was impaired, and detected the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot and watery eyes, as well as, a flushed face. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant blew a .187/.191 in the breathalyzer, which is well over 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 7864-XEM

      At 2:42 am, an officer was dispatched to the Defendant’s location due to the Defendant driving the wrong way and into oncoming traffic. Upon a closer look at the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot eyes, and a slurred speech. The officer also detected an amount of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then performed the field sobriety tests and failed, and was arrested after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 0474-XEV

      At 1:44 am, officers witnessed the Defendant driving carelessly through a closed park, and then crash into a concrete barrier. The Defendant then proceeded to flee the scene resulting in a hit and run crash. The officer immediately began a pursuit, and initiated a traffic stop. While the officer spoke with the Defendant, he noticed multiple signs of impairment such as: red watery eyes, a flushed face, a slurred and mumbled speech, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. Since the officer believed the Defendant to be under the influence of alcohol, he instructed the Defendant on how to complete and pass the field sobriety exercises. After multiple attempts, the Defendant was not able to pass and was arrested after refusing to blow in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 6609-XDX

      At 2:40 am, the Defendant was observed by an officer, failing to maintain a single lane, and was driving slower than the posted speed limit of 40 mph. The officer suspected the Defendant to be impaired and initiated a traffic stop. When the officer approached the drivers side window, it was clear that the Defendant was intoxicated due to many signs of impairment including: bloodshot watery eyes, a slurred speech, a flushed face, and an odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant had confessed to drinking 4 cups of vodka at a restaurant, before heading home. From all these signs, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI, and later the Defendant provided the breath samples of .131/.123.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 8522-XEM

      At 11:50 pm, officers were dispatched to the scene of an accident in which the Defendant rear-ended another vehicle, and caused hundreds of dollars in damage for driving carelessly. The officers questioned the Defendant and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. When the Defendant spoke, the Defendant had a slurred and mumbled speech, and an odor of alcohol that emitted from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was therefore unable to pass the field sobriety test, was arrested, and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 0399-XFE

      At 8:54 pm, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant was driving carelessly, and rear-ended a moped, to which the victim fell and hurt her neck. The officers questioned the Defendant and saw the bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled the odor of alcohol, which made them believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was shown how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but did not meet the standard. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 6392-XEM

      At 2:50 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle unable to maintain the single lane as cars dodged out of its way to avoid an accident. The officer pulled the Defendant over, believing the Defendant was impaired, and detected the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot and watery eyes, as well as, a flushed face. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant blew a .187/.191 in the breathalyzer, which is well over 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2015 Case: 0356-XEW

      At 12:50 am, an officer arrived at a scene in which he found the Defendant behind the wheel, and was then approached by the victim. The victim stated that the Defendant rear-ended her because talking on the phone distracted the Defendant. The victim stated that she smelled alcohol coming from the Defendant, and when the officer spoke with the Defendant, he also smelled the same odor. The damage the Defendant caused was about $500, and the Defendant was not able to complete the field sobriety exercises due to not being able to stand upright with balance. After the officer noticed the Defendant’s red eyes, flushed face and slurred speech, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI. The Defendant then provided the officer with the breath sample of .160, which is exactly 2x more than the allowed limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 0356-XEW

      At 12:50 am, an officer arrived at a scene in which he found the Defendant behind the wheel, and was then approached by the victim. The victim stated that the Defendant rear-ended her because talking on the phone distracted the Defendant. The victim stated that she smelled alcohol coming from the Defendant, and when the officer spoke with the Defendant, he also smelled the same odor. The damage the Defendant caused was about $500, and the Defendant was not able to complete the field sobriety exercises due to not being able to stand upright with balance. After the officer noticed the Defendant’s red eyes, flushed face and slurred speech, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI. The Defendant then provided the officer with the breath sample of .160, which is exactly 2x more than the allowed limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI - 2017 Case: 7864-XEM

      At 2:42 am, an officer was dispatched to the Defendant’s location due to the Defendant driving the wrong way and into oncoming traffic. Upon a closer look at the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot eyes, and a slurred speech. The officer also detected an amount of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then performed the field sobriety tests and failed, and was arrested after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI (NOLLE PROSSE) - 2018 Case: A10I9ZP

      At approximately 11:00 pm, the Defendant was involved in a crash. Upon making contact, the Defendant was observed to have bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. The Defendant then agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises but was not able to meet standards and was arrested. At the police department, the Defendant provided breath samples of .166/.174.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI (NOLLE PROSSE) - 2018 Case: 3881XEX

      The Defendant made a U-turn with the turn signal red, and then proceeded to accelerate at a high rate of speed. An officer activated his emergency equipment, exited his vehicle, and knocked on the Defendant’s side window, but the Defendant ignored and sped off. The Defendant finally made a stop three blocks after. Once the Defendant lowered down his window, a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage was released from the cabin of the vehicle. The Defendant has bloodshot, watery eyes, and a red, flushed face. After looking around for some time without any success, the Defendant was not able to provide his driver’s license, insurance, or registration. Without being instructed to do so, the Defendant stepped out of his vehicle and stumbled as he placed his hands on the hood of his car to avoid falling over. Despite agreeing to conduct the field sobriety tests, the Defendant failed to meet the standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant contributed breath samples of 0.209/0.212.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI (NOLLE PROSSE) - 2018 Case: A105R9P

      At 4:31 am, the Defendant was observed as she traveled at a high rate of speed and nearly rear-ended another vehicle. One officer attempted to stop her but the Defendant continued driving and turned into a shopping center where she continued to drive around for some time, until she finally stopped. Once contact was made with the Defendant, a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage was detected as coming from her breath, and the Defendant’s eyes were glassy, watery, and red. When asked to step out of her vehicle, the Defendant stumbled. While performing the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant kept laughing as she explained to the officer that she had poor balance. The Defendant was not able to perform the exercises to standard and was placed under arrest. However, the Defendant refused to get inside the police vehicle for some time as she argued with the officer and said she couldn’t trust him. While being transported, she continued to yell, curse, and claim she did not know who the officers were. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI (STATE NOLLE PROSSE) - 2017 Case: 6965XEM

      At 2:35 am, the Defendant was observed as he failed to maintain within his own lane in the expressway, crossing over lanes and then making a jerking action back into his lane of travel. When the officers conducted a traffic stop, the Defendant stated that he had been unable to maintain a single lane because he had been texting. The officers noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and his face was flushed and eyes were watery. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but did not score to standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest and provided breath samples of .142/.136 at the station.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI after the re-file. - 2011 Case: 362799-W

      At 10:00 PM, Police stopped the Defendant for making an illegal U-turn. Upon contacting the Defendant, Police began a DUI investigation. The Defendant admitted to drinking one or two drinks that night, and performed the roadside exercises. Based on his performance, Police arrested the Defendant. The Defendant later refused to blow into the breath machine. This was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI within 5 years. The State re-filed the case after a first dismissal.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all citations. - 2010 Case 4300-XDQ

      At 5:10 AM, Police observed the Defendant make an illegal left hand turn near 57th avenue in South Miami. Police stopped the Defendant, who seemed confused and slurred his speech while handing over his paperwork. Police issued the Defendant three separate citations for not having his license or registration and not wearing a seatbelt. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and refused to make any statements. The Defendant also refused to blow into the breath machine while at the Police Station.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all citations. - 2010 Case 4300-XDQ

      At 5:10 AM, Police observed the Defendant make an illegal left hand turn near 57th avenue in South Miami. Police stopped the Defendant, who seemed confused and slurred his speech while handing over his paperwork. Police issued the Defendant three separate citations for not having his license or registration and not wearing a seatbelt. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and refused to make any statements. The Defendant also refused to blow into the breath machine while at the Police Station.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all other charges. - 2011 Case: 9761-XDX

      Around 3:45 AM, Police received an anonymous tip regarding a person driving “all over the road”. Police then pulled onto the highway and noticed a car matching this same description. Police stopped the Defendant who admitted to drinking earlier that night at the Improv nightclub. The Defendant then told Police she was not going to cooperate any further with their investigation. Police found marijuana in the Defendant’s car, and charged her with DUI. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all other charges. - 2011 Case: 3131-XED

      At 3:30 AM, the Defendant swerved 8 times out of his lane and performed an illegal U turn. Police stopped the Defendant and began a DUI investigation. The Defendant’s attitude was insulting and uncooperative. The Defendant spewed profanities at the Police. The Defendant did not perform well on the roadside exercises, and refused to sign any documents. The Defendant also refused the breath machine. Police charged him with DUI and resisting arrest without violence.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all other charges. - 2011 Case: 4860-XDY

      Around midnight, Police responded to the scene of a two vehicle crash. After the initial traffic crash investigation, the DUI task force arrived on the scene. The Officers conducted a DUI investigation with the Defendant, during which the Defendant failed all 5 roadside exercises. The Defendant later blew .177 and .180 into the breath machine, over twice the legal limit. The State charged the Defendant with DUI with bodily injury and an accident.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and all other charges. - 2011 Case: 7712-XEJ

      At 5:55 AM, Miami Beach Police responded to a parking garage on 7th Street in reference to a person who backed out of a parking space and into another vehicle. Police made contact with the Defendant, who exhibited signs of impairment. The Defendant then showed Police a fake-ID. The Police arrested the Defendant for several charges including DUI, and the Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer stating “everybody told me not to”.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI and the case was expunged - 2016 Case: A0Z0Q3P

      At 12:55 am, an officer observed as the Defendant failed to stop at a red light. The officer followed and continued to observe as the Defendant failed to drive within a single lane. The officer issued a traffic stop. The officer observed sure signs of impairment coming from the Defendant such as a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and a flushed, red face. The Defendant agreed to attempt the standardized field sobriety exercises, but did not perform to standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest and blew .185/.184 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1229-XEB

      At 7:50 PM, Police responded to an accident where the Defendant backed into a parked vehicle. The Defendant spontaneously stammered “I have been drinking” and said he had four cups of whiskey before he attempted to get in his vehicle and drive home. The defendant blew a .205 and .212 in his breathalyzer results and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 5941-ECF

      At 2:52 AM, the Police responded to the scene of car accident, in which the Defendant had crashed into a pole near the 500 block of US1 in Coral Gables after driving home from a strip club. When Police arrived, the Defendant was laying on the ground, as civilians had removed him from the vehicle. The Defendant was conscious, however Police decided to take his blood against his consent. There were no reports filled out by Police, and the Defendant was charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9377-XEC

      At 3:56 AM, Police observed the Defendant perform an illegal U-Turn on 41st Street, Miami Beach. The Defendant also failed to use a turn signal. Police stopped the Defendant, who had the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person. She then failed the roadsides, and admitted to drinking several glasses of wine at a restaurant on Miami Beach. The Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6645-XEE

      At 1:37 AM Police observed Defendant turn right, onto the sidewalk, and crash into a crosswalk pole and sign. Defendant proceeded to drag the sign under his vehicle over 2000 feet without any attempt to stop or report the incident. Defendant could not stand on his own to perform the roadsides and the exercises attempted were stopped for his safety. Defendant was wearing a bloody Mickey Mouse shirt and had no shoes on. Defendant blew .168 and .151 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 3132-XEJ

      At 12:48 AM, Doral Police watched the Defendant run a red light, and then stopped the Defendant. As he exited the vehicle, the Police turned the investigation into a DUI investigation, claiming the Defendant had slurred speech. The video showed the Defendant did not have slurred speech, but Police arrested him anyway. The Defendant successfully blew under the legal limit into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 7874-XEE

      At 10:05pm, Police were dispatched to a traffic crash scene. Officer observed defendant walking with a limp when he advised he was driving the vehicle, his ankle hurt, and he had refused fire rescue treatment. Defendant stated he had two glasses of wine. While defendant complied to taking the roadside tests he failed to perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6783-XDX

      At 12:05am, Defendant was observed making a u-turn in which she mounted one-third of the vehicle onto the curb for the entirety of the turn. Police conducted a traffic stop and noticed defendant showed signs of intoxication. Officer administered field sobriety tests. Defendant failed to perform to standards in all three of the tests conducted, failing to follow directions, using arms for balance and not touching heel to toe. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8749-XEX

      At 22:43, police arrived t the scene of a vehicle fire and accident involving three vehicles. The defendant was identified by a witness and responded spontaneously, “Im so sorry, I couldn’t stop in time.” Defendant staggered and stumbled around, slurring apologies sporadically. Officer administered field sobriety tests and defendant did not perform to standards. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8275-XEX

      At 8:06am, Officers responded to an accident scene. Defendant failed to maintain control of the vehicle and crashed into a parked vehicle. Officer noticed defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes and administered field sobriety tests. Defendant did not perform to standard and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9754-XEQ

      At 1:37am, Police was dispatched to the scene of an accident involving injuries. Defendant ran a red light and collided with two other vehicles. Defendant swayed when walking and had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his breath. Defendant did not perform to standards on the field sobriety tests. Blood was drawn from the defendant due to serious injury and results indicated defendant was more than twice over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 1662XAV

      At 2:30am officers responded to a call to report to the scene of an accident. Upon arrival to location officer on scene directed officers to defendant who was involved in the accident. While speaking to defendant officer smelled alcohol on defendants breath along with noticing that his eyes were bloodshot. Defendant was asked to perform in field sobriety test in which they failed to perform to standard.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6215-XDL

      At 4:18 AM, Police saw the Defendant, passed out and slumped over the wheel of his vehicle, in the middle of the roadway, engine on and the Defendant’s foot pressed down on the brake. Defendant had slurred speech, and could not perform several of the roadside exercises. Defendant admitted to drinking beers earlier that night at a strip club, and blew a .194 and .201 into the breath machine, well over twice the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 038726-J

      At 3:00 AM, Police came upon an accident scene near the intersection of highways 836 and 826. The Defendant was seated in his crashed vehicle, which caused over $15,000 in damage to his vehicle and the highway. The Defendant was stunned, and could not perform roadsides on the scene. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, as Police smelled alcohol coming from his person. The Defendant later blew .232 into the breathalyzer machine, nearly 3 times the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 1493-XED

      Around midnight, Police were operating a checkpoint on Coral Way near 27th Avenue. The Defendant entered the checkpoint, and displayed bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. She also had difficulty balancing when she stepped out of the vehicle, and could not complete the roadside exercises safely. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant later admitted to drinking wine earlier that night at a party with friends. The Defendant blew .152 and .143 into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6215-XDL

      At 4:18 AM, Police saw the Defendant, passed out and slumped over the wheel of his vehicle, in the middle of the roadway, engine on and the Defendant’s foot pressed down on the brake. Defendant had slurred speech, and could not perform several of the roadside exercises. Defendant admitted to drinking beers earlier that night at a strip club, and blew a .194 and .201 into the breath machine, well over twice the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: A0Z136P

      At 6:32 am, police were called to respond to the Defendant passed out behind the wheel with the keys in the ignition of his car and the engine running. The officers attempted to wake up the Defendant, after several attempts they were obligated to open the car door. There was a strong odor emitting from the defendants breath. The officers noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Defendant complied to take the field sobriety test but was too intoxicated. The Defendant failed and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8195-XEM

      At around 1 am, an officer observed the Defendant improperly start from a stopped position, and therefore, initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, and the distinct odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The officer then asked the Defendant to step out of the car to complete the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant had a difficult time standing straight up and completing the exercises. The Defendant did not pass the test and was arrested for DUI. During the vehicle inspection, officers found a half empty flask in plainview, which made the Defendant's case even more challenging since the Defendant blew a .227 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 6876-XDX

      At 1:18 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling at varying rates of high then low speeds, while not being able to maintain the single lane. The officer then initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officer immediately smelled the odor of alcohol that the Defendant was giving off, and also saw the Defendant’s bloodshot and watery eyes. Since the officer suspected the Defendant was impaired, he administered the roadside exercises in order to determine if the Defendant was intoxicated. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then blew a .194 in the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 0438-XEV

      At 2:35 am, an officer observed the Defendant lose control of their car and crash into off the side of the road. The crash accident resulted in over $1,000 in damage, and when the officer went to apply aid, he noticed the Defendant’s vehicle had a strong odor of alcohol. After asking the Defendant to step out of the car, the officer searched the vehicle and found many open containers and bottles of alcohol. The Defendant refused to do any roadside exercises, and also refused to take a breathalyzer test. The Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 2997-XBQ

      At 4:44 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a high rate of speed and crash into a guardrail causing over $5,000 in damage. The officer rushed to provide aid, but upon contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had watery eyes and also had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant was very uncooperative and refused to do any sobriety exercises. During any questioning the Defendant responded with attitude and also attempted to bribe the officers. The Defendant was arrested and refused to cooperate and submit to a breath test.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 9160-XCG

      At 4:56 am, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant crashed into another vehicle. When the Defendant began to explain what happened, officers smelled the odor of alcohol, and saw the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes. The Defendant also had a difficult time standing up and kept swaying back and forth. The Defendant was unable to complete the field sobriety tests to standard and was arrested for DUI after submitting a .166 breath test.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 4674-XEX

      At 1:26 am, an officer was parked in a CVS parking lot when he observed a the Defendant get out of a car from the driver’s side, and go into CVS. The Defendant had and unsteady balance and was swaying from side to side. When the Defendant came out, the officer asked if he was ok, and was able to smell the odor of alcohol on the Defendant’s breath. The officer could also see how bloodshot the Defendant's eyes were. Through the windows of the Defendant's car, the officer was able to see one open beer bottle, a six pack of beer missing 5 cans, and a red cup containing alcohol all in the console of the Defendant's car. The officer arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant later provided a breath sample of .154.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7635-XEE

      At 12:27 am, an officer observed the Defendant fail to maintain the single lane, and also improperly change lanes. Multiple vehicles had to swerve in order to avoid crashing into the Defendant. The officer initiated a traffic stop in order to ensure the well being of others, and he approached the driver’s side. The officer could smell alcohol emitting from the Defendant's breath, and also noticed the Defendant's eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant consented to completing the field sobriety exercises, but had difficulty maintain balance, and failed. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and provided a breath sample of .87 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8178-XEQ

      At 2:22 am, the Defendant failed to obey a flashing red light when they crashed and caused a collision. The cost of the damages was $5,000. The responding officers noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officers then began to conduct the field sobriety exercises to determine the possible level of impairment. The officers also noticed that the defendant had very low and slurred speech. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes and was very flushed. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: A105JXP

      At 5:05 am, officers responded to a crash caused by the Defendant. The cost of the damages by the crash were $7,000. When officers approached the Defendant they noticed a very strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant was having trouble walking but was still willing to take the field sobriety tests. The Defendant blew .152/.149 into the breathalyzer, almost twice the legal limit. Unable to meet the standards, the Defendant was arrested.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: A0ZZKRP

      At 8:00 pm, officers responded to a crash caused by the Defendant. There was about $4,300 worth of damages. The officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The Defendant also had red eyes, was very flushed, and was swaying side to side. The Defendant was unable to keep their balance and needed to be assisted numerous times when trying to complete the field sobriety tests. Unable to meet the standards, the Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI. The Defendant blew .200/.201 into the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2018 Case: 0011-XFH

      At 8:48 pm, the Defendant was stopped for driving at night with no lights on. During this traffic stop, officers noticed the Defendant had glossy, bloodshot eyes and was very flushed. The officers also smelled the alcohol emitting from the Defendants breath. The Defendant was asked to perform the field sobriety tests but had a lot of trouble keeping their balance. The Defendant did very poorly during the exercises and was then taken into custody and charged for DUI. The Defendant willingly submitted a breath sample and blew a .191/.170 into the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2018 Case: 8033-XEQ

      At 8:43 pm, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light a crash into a bicyclist. There was about $100 worth of damages. The officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants breath. The Defendant began to lose his balance and was asked to perform the road side tests. The Defendant agreed to perform the tests but then refused because he was drunk and everyone knew it. The Defendant was then arrested. In an attempt to take a breath sample, the Defendant admitted that he had been drinking since the morning. On the second attempt, the Defendant refused to continue the test because he was drunk.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2018 Case: A0Z0-X0P

      At 5:50 pm, The Defendant was reportedly harassing customers and employees in a McDonalds drive through. After attempting to turn off the engine the Defendant refused and threatened to call the Corporation. The Defendant began calling the restaurant non-stop until the police arrived. When the police arrived, they notice the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendants mouth. The officer asked him to call someone for a ride but he refused. The Defendant was reportedly belligerent and threatening. The Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety tests and ultimately failed. The Defendant blew a .188/.184 into the breathalyzer which is double the legal limit.

    • The state DISMISSED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 3640XEJ

      At 1:35am, police officer caught defendant speeding at 80 mph. The officer followed the vehicle for 12 city blocks until a traffic stop was conducted. At that point, defendant ran out of the vehicle and attempted to conceal himself behind some bushes. Defendant was ordered to get back inside the vehicle. The defendant was later placed into custody and was observed having slurred speech, glossy eyes and an odor of alcohol emitting from his breath. The defendant was acting very aggressive towards the officer and refused to take any sobriety tests. After refusing to enter the patrol vehicle, defendant was forced into the car and arrested for DUI.

    • The state DISMISSED The DUI. - 2014 Case: 1166XEV

      At 12:26 am, officer spotted defendant swerving in his lane. Defendant was pulled over. Officer detected an odor of alcohol on defendant’s breath. Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. The defendant had slurred speech and alcoholic beverages were found in the defendant’s car. Defendant agreed to perform several field sobriety tests along with a breath test in which he failed, receiving levels of .273 and .265. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2016 Case: A0Z0T0P

      At 6:06 am, officers were dispatched to the whereabouts of the Defendant’s vehicle by an anonymous caller, to which the Defendant was driving the wrong direction against traffic. Once the officers approached the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant admitted to having beers before getting behind the wheel, and was then asked to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to complete the roadside exercises, was arrested for DUI, and submitted a breath sample of .276/.261, which is more then double the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8278-XEQ

      At 11:30 pm, officers were dispatched to the area in which the Defendant was driving the wrong way against traffic. Once the officers initiated the traffic stop, they observed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, a flushed face, and a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the breath. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance, and then refused to continue on with the exercises. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2015 Case: 8178-XEQ

      At 2:22 am, the Defendant failed to obey a flashing red light when they crashed and caused a collision. The cost of the damages was $5,000. The responding officers noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officers then began to conduct the field sobriety exercises to determine the possible level of impairment. The officers also noticed that the defendant had very low and slurred speech. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes and was very flushed. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2015 Case: A105JXP

      At 5:05 am, officers responded to a crash caused by the Defendant. The cost of the damages by the crash were $7,000. When officers approached the Defendant they noticed a very strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant was having trouble walking but was still willing to take the field sobriety tests. The Defendant blew .152/.149 into the breathalyzer, almost twice the legal limit. Unable to meet the standards, the Defendant was arrested.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2015 Case: A0ZZKRP

      At 8:00 pm, officers responded to a crash caused by the Defendant. There was about $4,300 worth of damages. The officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The Defendant also had red eyes, was very flushed, and was swaying side to side. The Defendant was unable to keep their balance and needed to be assisted numerous times when trying to complete the field sobriety tests. Unable to meet the standards, the Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI. The Defendant blew .200/.201 into the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2015 Case: 8033-XEQ

      At 8:43 pm, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light a crash into a bicyclist. There was about $100 worth of damages. The officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants breath. The Defendant began to lose his balance and was asked to perform the road side tests. The Defendant agreed to perform the tests but then refused because he was drunk and everyone knew it. The Defendant was then arrested. In an attempt to take a breath sample, the Defendant admitted that he had been drinking since the morning. On the second attempt, the Defendant refused to continue the test because he was drunk.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9447-XEC

      At 5:06 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving on Alton Road on Miami Beach, going 72 mph in a 35 mph zone. Police followed the Defendant onto MacArthur Causeway, where the Defendant almost caused an accident. Police stopped the Defendant, wherein the Defendant smelled like alcohol and then failed the roadsides. Later the Defendant blew .105 and .108 into the breathalyzer, over the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 2783-XCK

      Around 9:00 PM, Police stopped the Defendant for swerving between two lanes. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant was visibly intoxicated and rude to the Police, and she could not understand why Police puller her over. She miserably failed all roadside exercises, and complained she only had 2 drinks. She later blew .223 and .223 into the breathalyzer machine, nearly 3 times the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 4320-XDQ

      At 3:50 AM, Police Officer observed Defendant cross over the left side white line 5 times and stopped him. Defendant was confused and disoriented. Police asked Defendant to step out of the vehicle. Defendant swayed significantly from left to right and refused the roadsides. Defendant refused to sign the citation and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 2655-XED

      At 3:50 AM, Defendant ran a red light, making a right turn and was pulled over for the traffic infraction. Police asked the Defendant to step out of his vehicle and the Defendant exited by using his body to lean against the vehicle for support. The Defendant was asked to perform roadside exercises and was unable to complete all the exercises. Defendant admitted to having a 12-pack of beer while at the Laundromat and blew a .194 and.189 in the breathalyzer test, more than twice the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 8751-XEJ

      At 5:30 PM, Police witnessed the Defendant run a steady red light while making a right turn, speed off and run a second red light. Police stopped Defendant and approached him, but had difficulty communicating due to language barriers. Defendant stepped out of the vehicle and agreed to perform the roadside exercises yet failed to perform them to standards. The Defendant managed to mumble “I just had two whiskeys” and blew a .104 on two seperate readings. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3317-XEJ

      At 3:15 AM, The Defendant collided head-on with the street sprinkler system causing thousands of gallons of water to spill onto the street. Police questioned the Defendant and the passenger, and the passenger explained that they swerved to evade a black cat. When issued a ticket for the collision, the Defendant refused to sign the citation and agreed to submit to blood work to test intoxication levels. Police detained the Defendant and transported him to the station were the lab work was conducted. The Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 7286-XEX

      At 5:12 AM, when leaving a parking garage, the Defendant’s vehicle almost struck a pedestrian couple. Continuing through the garage, the Defendant drove beneath the security arm without paying. After crashing with a properly parked vehicle a few blocks away, the Defendant’s vehicle was stopped by the Police. Police Officer called for back up to conduct a DUI investigation. Defendant was asked to perform the roadside exercises and failed. Defendant blew almost three times the legal limit at a .218 and .209 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 2846-GLX

      At 6:20 PM, Police observed Defendant driving against the flow of traffic for more than three city blocks then shift abruptly back to his designated lane, almost colliding with another vehicle. Police followed Defendant using emergency lights, then sirens, and eventually spotlight to get the Defendant’s attention. Defendant refused to stop, consequently obliging Police Officer to position his clearly marked vehicle in front of the Defendant’s to bring him to a stop. Defendant exited his vehicle immediately and fell onto the Police Officer. Police asked Defendant for his Driver’s License. Defendant searched unsuccessfully and said, “I cannot find it,” yet the Police Officer could see it was the only document in the Defendant’s wallet. Defendant was unable to perform the roadsides due to his extreme level of intoxication and blew more than thrice the legal limit at a .262 and .271. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 6026-XDX

      At 5:32 AM, Police observed Defendant stop for several seconds at a flashing red light and enter the parking lot. Defendant parked beside the Police vehicle and rolled down his window to ask if he can access the main street if he cut through the lot. Police noticed a distinct smell of alcohol and slurred speech coming from the Defendant and asked him to perform roadsides. Upon exiting the vehicle, Defendant failed to maintain balance and failed to follow directions, consequently performing poorly on his roadsides. Defendant blew .174 and .178 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 0583-XEB

      At 2:35 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 57 mph in a 40 mph zone on South Dixie Highway. Police stopped the Defendant who had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from their person. The Defendant performed roadside exercises while laughing and subsequently failed. A bottle of vodka was observed upon search of the vehicle. The Defendant refused to make any statements and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 9537-XDJ

      At 2:20 PM, Police responded to a traffic crash involving three vehicles. The Defendant was observed having a difficult time standing and was stumbling while walking. Police asked the Defendant whether he had been drinking to which the Defendant replied that he had consumed only one beer. The Defendant agreed to perform roadside exercises however, the Police did not conduct the exercises because the Defendant could not stand without help. The Defendant did not make any statements and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 77330-XEJ

      At 3:12 AM, Police observed the Defendant accelerate through a stop sign and across an intersection. Upon stopping the Defendant’s vehicle, Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle and asked the Defendant to step out. The Defendant had a flushed face and bloodshot eyes and agreed to perform roadside exercises. After failing to perform the exercises to standard, the Defendant was arrested and refused to blow into the breath machine to determine his blood alcohol level.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3097-XED

      At 4:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 62mph in a clearly marked 40mph zone in a red, two-door, Ferrari. The police stopped the Defendant and asked him to step out of the vehicle to perform the roadsides. Defendant stumbled and could not keep his balance. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test and shouted belligerently, “I don’t want to take any test just arrest me!” The Police Officer arrested the Defendant for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 4320-XDQ

      At 3:50 AM, Police Officer observed Defendant cross over the left side white line 5 times and stopped him. Defendant was confused and disoriented. Police asked Defendant to step out of the vehicle. Defendant swayed significantly from left to right and refused the roadsides. Defendant refused to sign the citation and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 0583-XEB

      At 2:35 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 57 mph in a 40 mph zone on South Dixie Highway. Police stopped the Defendant who had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from their person. The Defendant performed roadside exercises while laughing and subsequently failed. A bottle of vodka was observed upon search of the vehicle. The Defendant refused to make any statements and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 9537-XDJ

      At 2:20 PM, Police responded to a traffic crash involving three vehicles. The Defendant was observed having a difficult time standing and was stumbling while walking. Police asked the Defendant whether he had been drinking to which the Defendant replied that he had consumed only one beer. The Defendant agreed to perform roadside exercises however, the Police did not conduct the exercises because the Defendant could not stand without help. The Defendant did not make any statements and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 77330-XEJ

      At 3:12 AM, Police observed the Defendant accelerate through a stop sign and across an intersection. Upon stopping the Defendant’s vehicle, Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle and asked the Defendant to step out. The Defendant had a flushed face and bloodshot eyes and agreed to perform roadside exercises. After failing to perform the exercises to standard, the Defendant was arrested and refused to blow into the breath machine to determine his blood alcohol level.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3097-XED

      At 4:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 62mph in a clearly marked 40mph zone in a red, two-door, Ferrari. The police stopped the Defendant and asked him to step out of the vehicle to perform the roadsides. Defendant stumbled and could not keep his balance. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test and shouted belligerently, “I don’t want to take any test just arrest me!” The Police Officer arrested the Defendant for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 5384-GME

      At 2:15 AM, Police pulled over the Defendant, who was dressed as a pirate. The Defendant admitted to drinking several beers earlier that night, as she performed the roadside exercises. The Defendant also had an open 12 pack of Miller Lite in her car, and four different prescription medication in her possession. The Defendant was unable to blow into the breath machine, yet her urine tested positive for 5 different controlled substances, including Cocaine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 9386-XBP

      At 2:31 AM, Police arrived on the scene of an accident. The Defendant had run into a traffic pole, and then into a building, causing thousands of dollars in damage. Fire Rescue treated the Defendant, who appeared disoriented and intoxicated. Police transported the Defendant to the hospital. The Defendant did not perform roadside exercises, nor did he submit to a breathalyzer. The Defendant’s blood alcohol level at the hospital was a .287, three times over the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 0249-XEV

      Around 12:04 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving his car, failing to maintain his lane. Police stopped the Defendant, who exhibited slurred speech and the smell of alcoholic beverage. The Defendant admitted to having a suspended license, and could not maintain his balance. He appeared sleepy and could not understand what the Police Officer was saying. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, yet blew under the legal limit, .067.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 6331-XDO

      At 3:27 AM, Police issued a BOLO (be on the lookout) for a car driving recklessly on the roadway. Upon catching up to the car and stopping the vehicle, Police made contact with the Defendant, who inserted a Listerine Cool Breath strip into his mouth immediately. The Defendant told Police he was at Bongos nightclub and had a couple drinks earlier that night. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI and took him to the Police Station. The Defendant blew under the legal limit, .067 and .065.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4693-XDY

      At 1:39 AM, Police officer was driving behind Defendant when he switched over to the left-turning lane. As the police officer was about to pass Defendant, Defendant cut officer off, nearly striking his vehicle. Police immediately pulled Defendant over and requested he perform the roadsides. Defendant swayed uncontrollably and failed all exercises. Defendant admitted to having a few beers a few hours prior and blew .127, .105, and .125 on three breath samples. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8278-XEQ

      At 11:30 pm, officers were dispatched to the area in which the Defendant was driving the wrong way against traffic. Once the officers initiated the traffic stop, they observed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, a flushed face, and a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the breath. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance, and then refused to continue on with the exercises. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7417-XEV

      At 12:40 am, officers were dispatched to the area in which an anonymous caller reported a possible intoxicated driver. Officers approached the Defendant’s vehicle and could smell the odor of alcohol already. They also noticed the Defendant’s vehicle had front-end damage from a recent crash. Upon inspection of the driver, officer’s saw the Defendant had bloodshot glassy eyes, and a slowed slurred speech. The Defendant complied to take the roadside exercises, but failed to meet the standard due to the level of impairment suffered. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6132-XBP

      At 6:59 AM, Police blocked off the road to conduct an investigation on a traffic crash involving a fatality when Defendant drove through the road block. Police pulled Defendant over and asked for his Driver’s License and if he did not see the cones, caution tape and flashing lights. The Defendant responded “No” and did not have his identification. Defendant made several statements implying that he only had a couple of drinks at Tootsies. Defendant did not finish all the roadsides because his “ankles were sore,” refused to provide a breath sample, and Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6918-XDX

      At 4:37 PM, Police observed Defendant making a left turn without yielding to traffic and nearly causing a collision. Police pulled the Defendant over and requested he perform the roadsides which he agreed to. During the Walk and Turn exercise Defendant nearly fell on the floor and the exercise was stopped for the safety of the Defendant. The defendant blew .348 and .355, more than four times the legal limit. Fire Rescue examined the Defendant and took his vitals due to the excessive intoxication and cleared him for transport to the arresting agency. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6645-XEE

      At 1:37 AM Police observed Defendant turn right, onto the sidewalk, and crash into a crosswalk pole and sign. Defendant proceeded to drag the sign under his vehicle over 2000 feet without any attempt to stop or report the incident. Defendant could not stand on his own to perform the roadsides and the exercises attempted were stopped for his safety. Defendant was wearing a bloody Mickey Mouse shirt and had no shoes on. Defendant blew .168 and .151 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 8056-XDK

      At 2:30 AM Police observed Defendant run a solid red light and continue to drive, swerving from lane to lane. Police asked Defendant to step out of the vehicle. Defendant stumbled and had trouble maintaining balance. Police called for backup and assisting officers asked Defendant to perform roadsides. Defendant did not perform to standards and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI. While in the Police car, Defendant continuously ram head onto divisor cage.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1229-XEB

      At 6:00 AM, Police responded to a scene of an accident involving injuries. Defendant crashed into another vehicle and was cleared by the Fire Rescue Department. Defendant openly admitted to having consumed 4 glasses of rum and coke prior to operating the vehicle. Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 2901-XDQ

      At 3:34 AM, Police observed Defendant traveling at 56 MPH in a clearly marked 35 MPH zone. When asked to perform the roadsides, Defendant nearly fell twice in the Walk and Turn exercise. The Defendant also put his foot down two, ten, then three times on his multiple attempts to complete the one leg stand test. In the finger to nose test, Defendant opened his eyes various times despite instructions given and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6634-XEE

      At 3:24 AM, Defendant collided with another vehicle due to failure to control vehicle. Defendant also drove onto the sidewalk and crashed into a light pole causing it to fall and hit a parked car at a local residence. After Fire Rescue cleared Defendant, Police informed him they would conduct a DUI investigation and he responded, “Please don’t do this… I will get fired!.. I only went to the store to buy more beer.” After failing two exercises, Defendant said, “Guys, if you want, just take me” and refused any further exercises and breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 489293X

      At 11:58 PM, Police heard Defendant’s radio blasting from over 25 feet away. Police pulled Defendant over and Defendant openly admitted to having consumed a few alcoholic beverages that night. Defendant was asked to perform the roadsides and did not perform to standards, losing count when doing the Walk and Turn exercise and not touching heal to toe. Defendant provided a breath sample of .180 and .174, more than twice the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1229-XEB

      At 7:50 PM, Police responded to an accident where the Defendant backed into a parked vehicle. The Defendant spontaneously stammered “I have been drinking” and said he had four cups of whiskey before he attempted to get in his vehicle and drive home. The defendant blew a .205 and .212 in his breathalyzer results and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 0003-XCH

      At 6:57 PM, a witness observed the Defendant strike a guard rail and speeding ticket camera with his car. The Defendant left the scene, and a BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued by Police for his arrest. When Police caught up with the Defendant, they realized he did not have a valid driver’s license, and smelled like alcohol. The Defendant did not perform roadside exercises, nor make any statements, and also refused the breath machine, as this was his second DUI within 2 years.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6252-XDL

      At 12:40 AM, the Defendant was observed traveling the wrong way on a one way street. Defendant was pulled over by the Police and admitted to drinking four beers at a friend’s house. The Defendant was not able to perform any of the roadside exercises and blew a .239 and .237, almost three times the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8357-XEE

      At 12:40 AM, Police observed the Defendant leave the parking lot of a well-known bar, and run a stop sign. The Defendant then drove for nearly a mile while swerving several times in and out of his lane. Police stopped the Defendant, who then admitted to drinking several vodkas earlier that night. Police performed 5 roadside exercises with the Defendant, however, the Police did not fill out the reports and paperwork accurately. The Defendant did not make any statements and refused the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 573429-X

      At about 10:10 PM, the Defendant was observed swerving in and out of his lane and going over the median. Defendant proceeded to make a sharp left turn from the middle lane and pulled into a gas station where he was stopped by the Police. When asked to provide his driver’s license the Defendant gave the Officer a piece of chewing gum. The Defendant was not able to perform any of the roadside exercises. He then blew a .195 and .201 when taking the breathalyzer test, over twice above the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 5657-EFX

      At 4:55 AM, the Defendant was trying to exit a parking garage in Miami Beach and sideswiped a stopped vehicle. The Police responded to the accident scene and noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and smelled like alcohol. Various witnesses told the Police that the Defendant was behind the wheel and was attempting to leave. Defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to take the breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 2131-XDK

      At 12:45 AM, the Defendant was observed weaving from side to side and breaking abruptly. The Police stopped the Defendant after he nearly struck the officer’s car. Upon exiting his vehicle, the Defendant was barely able to stand, had a strong alcoholic beverage odor, and bloodshot eyes. When given his Miranda rights, the Defendant replied “I really don’t understand what you’re saying.” The Defendant failed the roadside exercises and blew a .144 and .137, well above the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and RECKLESS DRIVING.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 9399-XDJ

      At 1:25 AM, the Defendant was observed speeding with his high beams on. The Defendant was pulled over for a traffic stop and the Officer noticed that he had a strong smell of alcohol and bloodshot eyes. When asked to produce his license the Defendant gave a credit card and admitted to have been drinking at a party. Defendant failed the roadside tests and blew a .094 and .095. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6926-XBP

      At 2:24 AM, Troopers arrived on the scene of a crash. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the Trooper initiated a DUI investigation. The Defendant admitted to drinking an entire bottle of wine earlier that night. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, however the Officer did not fill out the paperwork correctly. The Defendant later refused to blow into the breath machine, and was arrested for DUI with property damage.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 3864-XDK

      At 1:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant leaving a strip club and running a red light. The Defendant admitted to drinking several pitchers of beer, and exhibited slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and swayed while he stood. The Defendant had slurred speech and failed all the roadside exercises. Later the Defendant submitted breath samples of .191 and .185, over twice the legal limit. Defendant arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4693-XDY

      At 1:39 AM, Police officer was driving behind Defendant when he switched over to the left-turning lane. As the police officer was about to pass Defendant, Defendant cut officer off, nearly striking his vehicle. Police immediately pulled Defendant over and requested he perform the roadsides. Defendant swayed uncontrollably and failed all exercises. Defendant admitted to having a few beers a few hours prior and blew .127, .105, and .125 on three breath samples. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 3471-XCK

      At 10:58 AM, Police received a call regarding a domestic dispute, wherein the Defendant armed himself with a knife. As Officers approached the duplex, the Defendant was attempting to leave, and the Officers blocked the Defendant’s car. Police immediately detained the Defendant to investigate the domestic violence call, and when no evidence appeared, Police arrested the Defendant for suspicion of DUI. Police never offered the Defendant roadside exercises, and the Defendant refused to submit to the breath machine. Defendant admitted to drinking several glasses of wine earlier that night, this was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6132-XBP

      At 6:59 AM, Police blocked off the road to conduct an investigation on a traffic crash involving a fatality when Defendant drove through the road block. Police pulled Defendant over and asked for his Driver’s License and if he did not see the cones, caution tape and flashing lights. The Defendant responded “No” and did not have his identification. Defendant made several statements implying that he only had a couple of drinks at Tootsies. Defendant did not finish all the roadsides because his “ankles were sore,” refused to provide a breath sample, and Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6918-XDX

      At 4:37 PM, Police observed Defendant making a left turn without yielding to traffic and nearly causing a collision. Police pulled the Defendant over and requested he perform the roadsides which he agreed to. During the Walk and Turn exercise Defendant nearly fell on the floor and the exercise was stopped for the safety of the Defendant. The defendant blew .348 and .355, more than four times the legal limit. Fire Rescue examined the Defendant and took his vitals due to the excessive intoxication and cleared him for transport to the arresting agency. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 3426-XCK

      At 4:28 AM, Police observed the Defendant swerving and failing to maintain a single lane several times. The Defendant appeared lost, and almost rear ended a Police Sergeant driving in the area. The Defendant made contact with the Officer and had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and then failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant blew .169 and .168 into the breath machine and admitted to drinking martinis earlier that night.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9437-XEC

      At 4:18 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving with a non-working tail light. Police stopped the Defendant, and the Defendant quickly exited the vehicle. Defendant searched for her license and registration for several minutes and dropped all paperwork several times. Defendant smelled like alcohol, and admitted to drinking beers and tequila. Defendant later blew .114 and .112 into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 0675-XEB

      At 5:00 AM, Police observed the Defendant sleeping behind the wheel of his vehicle, with vomit all over the surrounding area and on the Defendant???s clothing. Police pulled the Defendant out of the vehicle, and gave him the roadside exercises, which he failed. Defendant had slurred speech and smelled like an alcoholic beverage. Defendant refused to sign all paperwork, and refused the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 4963-XDY

      At 11:30 PM, Police observed the Defendant driving the wrong way on a one-way street. Police pulled over the Defendant, who admitted to drinking three 12 ounce Heinekens earlier that night. The Defendant stated he twisted his ankle and therefore could not perform the roadside exercises that night. The Defendant exhibited a blank, “1000 yard stare”. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI. The Defendant later refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 341763-W

      At 5:03 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 70 mph in a 30 mph zone. Police pulled over the Defendant and noticed a smell of an alcoholic beverage, but no other signs of impairment. Police conducted roadside exercises with the Defendant, who failed the HGN exercise, and the Defendant was crying and laughing the entire time. The Defendant later refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 7062-XDL

      At 5:50 AM, Police were dispatched to a scene reference the Defendant fighting with security. Defendant had been driving the wrong way down a bus terminal street. Defendant had been swerving and speeding, and had almost caused an accident with the bus. Defendant refused all tests, and demanded a lawyer. This was the Defendant???s third DUI arrest within one year.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9332-XBN

      AT 3:45am, Police observed Defendant racing another vehicle, swerving from lane to lane and nearly colliding with another vehicle. Traveling at 90mph, Defendant began tailgating another vehicle. Police stopped defendant and observed she was unsteady. Police requested that she perform the roadsides to which she failed to perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9644-XEQ

      At 9:30 am, Police observed Defendant pull to the side of the road, and switch positions. The females staggered as they switched sides. Police conducted a traffic stop and found defendant was driving on a suspended license.Police requested defendant partake in field sobriety which she did not perform to standard. Defendant confessed to having consumed seven Heineken beers and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3393-XEJ

      At 6:15 pm, Police responded to a call regarding a female and male inside a place of business being loud and “causing a scene.” Complaints were made regarding the possibility that the Defendant would drive intoxicated. Upon arrival, Police found the defendant operating the vehicle. When approached, Defendant became belligerent and refused to comply. Defendant refused to perform field sobriety tests despite the officer’s several different requests. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 038726-J

      At 3:00 AM, Police came upon an accident scene near the intersection of highways 836 and 826. The Defendant was seated in his crashed vehicle, which caused over $15,000 in damage to his vehicle and the highway. The Defendant was stunned, and could not perform roadsides on the scene. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, as Police smelled alcohol coming from his person. The Defendant later blew .232 into the breathalyzer machine, nearly 3 times the legal limit.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 1493-XED

      Around midnight, Police were operating a checkpoint on Coral Way near 27th Avenue. The Defendant entered the checkpoint, and displayed bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. She also had difficulty balancing when she stepped out of the vehicle, and could not complete the roadside exercises safely. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant later admitted to drinking wine earlier that night at a party with friends. The Defendant blew .152 and .143 into the breath machine.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6157-XDL

      Around 9:00 AM, Police came upon the Defendant asleep and slumped over the wheel of his running vehicle at the corner of Flagler Street and 57th Avenue. Police could not wake up the Defendant, and when they finally retrieved him from the vehicle, the Defendant could not perform any roadside exercises. The Defendant exhibited a strong smell of alcohol from his person. The Defendant admitted to drinking champagne earlier that night, and eventually blew .122 and .113 into the breath machine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 1255-XDK

      At 2:45 AM, the Police observed the Defendant driving his vehicle and then pulling over and turning off the lights. The Police approached him and noticed that he had a strong smell of alcohol and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside tests,was unsteady on his feet, and told the Officer that he could not perform the walk and turn test. He then blew a .170 and .173 into the breathalyzer machine, over twice the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 573600-X

      At 4:20 AM, the Defendant was observed speeding. When asked to pull over by the Police Officer, the Defendant stopped his car in the middle of the road and was told numerous times to move to the side of the road. The Officer noticed that the Defendant was stumbling when asked to exit the vehicle and that he had a strong smell of alcohol and slurred speech. The Defendant failed the roadside tests and refused to submit a breath test. He was aggressive towards the Officer and proceeded to yell and insult him. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2008 Case 5659-XDL

      At 5:44 AM, the Defendant passed a Police Officer on SR 826 at 85 mph with a suspended driver’s license. The Defendant then failed to stop for a vehicle on the middle lane, nearly struck it from behind, and then made an erratic lane change. The Police stopped the Defendant and notice bloodshot eyes, a strong smell of alcohol, and slurred speech. The Defendant failed the field sobriety tests and later refused to take the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 2901-XDQ

      At 3:34 AM, Police observed Defendant traveling at 56 MPH in a clearly marked 35 MPH zone. When asked to perform the roadsides, Defendant nearly fell twice in the Walk and Turn exercise. The Defendant also put his foot down two, ten, then three times on his multiple attempts to complete the one leg stand test. In the finger to nose test, Defendant opened his eyes various times despite instructions given and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6634-XEE

      At 3:24 AM, Defendant collided with another vehicle due to failure to control vehicle. Defendant also drove onto the sidewalk and crashed into a light pole causing it to fall and hit a parked car at a local residence. After Fire Rescue cleared Defendant, Police informed him they would conduct a DUI investigation and he responded, “Please don’t do this… I will get fired!.. I only went to the store to buy more beer.” After failing two exercises, Defendant said, “Guys, if you want, just take me” and refused any further exercises and breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2011 Case 489293X

      At 11:58 PM, Police heard Defendant’s radio blasting from over 25 feet away. Police pulled Defendant over and Defendant openly admitted to having consumed a few alcoholic beverages that night. Defendant was asked to perform the roadsides and did not perform to standards, losing count when doing the Walk and Turn exercise and not touching heal to toe. Defendant provided a breath sample of .180 and .174, more than twice the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DISMISSED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9241-XEC

      At 5:22 AM, Police observed the Defendant drifting from lane to lane, and driving with an obscured license tag. Police stopped the Defendant, who had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and also refused to blow into the breath machine. This was the Defendant’s second DUI within 5 years, and the Defendant was on probation.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2016 Case: 2454-XBQ

      At 9:20 pm, an officer was dispatched to the location of a reckless and aggressive driver who failed to maintain the single lane, and had crashed into another moving vehicle causing almost $3,000 in damage. Once the officer approached the Defendant in the vehicle and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and once the Defendant spoke, the officer smelled the odor of alcohol. The Defendant admitted to drinking before getting behind the wheel, and once out of the car, the Defendant swayed from side to side. After failing the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .238 in the breathalyzer-almost 3x’s the legal limit.

    • The State dismissed the DUI. - 2016 Case: 9966-XFG

      At 3:40 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run crash accident between 2 vehicles, and caused hundreds of dollars in damage. The officer found the Defendant and immediately noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and was able to smell the odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The Defendant also had slurred speech; a thick tongued speech, and admitted to consuming shots of vodka before driving. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .142 in the breathalyzer, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the BUI (Boating under the Influence) - 2011 Case M12-34333

      Florida Wildlife Officers stopped the Defendant while boating for a routine safety check near the 79th street boat ramp on Miami Beach. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police smelled alcohol on his breath. They also noticed several empty beer containers on the boat. Police directed the Defendant to the shore in order to perform the roadside exercises. The Defendant did not perform to standards on the exercises, and subsequently refused to blow into the breath machine. Police arrested the Defendant for BUI.

    • The state DROPPED the BUI. - 2014 Case M12056139

      At 8:30pm, defendant was pulled over by an Elliot Key Ranger at the Columbus Regatta. Defendant was driving his Zodiac boat at a high rate of speed. Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath, red eyes and appeared very disoriented. Defendant was transported to the Ranger’s station where he performed field sobriety tests on flat land. Defendant failed all tests. Next, defendant took a test of breath and received scores of .156 and .154. Defendant was arrested for BUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 4851-XEM

      At 4 am, an officer observed the Defendant make an improper right turn by cutting through 3 lanes at once, and initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer approached the vehicle, the officer detected a faint smell of alcohol, and then the odor of alcohol grew stronger once the Defendant began speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant also had red, bloodshot eyes and a flushed face, which led the officer to believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant also admitted to having a few whiskeys before driving that night. After failing to pass the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 9930-XEQ

      At 1:31 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving recklessly past a pedestrian crosswalk while there were people crossing, and almost ran them over. The Defendant was driving at an unlawful speed of 50 mph in a posted 30 mph zone, and was unable to maintain the single lane while swerving in and out. The officer pulled the Defendant over and noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, and that the Defendant’s face was flushed. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the car, and had admitted to having 4 beers earlier in the night. The Defendant was unable to meet the standard for the sobriety exercises, refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7097-XEQ

      At 6:21 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a steady red light and almost cause an accident. The Defendant was pulled over, and the officer noticed that the Defendant had watery eyes, and that there was a presence of alcohol. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain their balance, and stumbled a couple of times throughout. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .144/.140 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 1474-XEU

      At 2:04 am, the Defendant was observed driving recklessly above the posted speed limit, and almost rear-ended the police officer’s marked police vehicle. Once the Defendant was pulled over, the officer noticed that the Defendant showed multiple signs of intoxication, such as: flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, a slurred speech, and slow movements. The Defendant did not meet the standard for the sobriety exercise, and was arrested for DUI after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6663-XEM

      At 2:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant urinating next to the Defendant’s vehicle at a gas station, and immediately approached the Defendant. The officer was able to notice the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired, and was able to find a case of beer in the backseat that was open. After the Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .201/.194, which is more than double the legal limit for the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7249-XEV

      At 4:38 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving from side to side, and initiated a traffic stop. When the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant admitted to having 4-5 beers to drink, while speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .231/.218 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6639-XEQ

      At around 2 am, the Defendant was seen obstructing the roadway and holding up some traffic. The officer approached the Defendant, who was slumped over the steering wheel, and detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant appeared disoriented and had very slow movements, and admitted to having large amounts of alcohol in the form of 8 wine glasses. This led the officer to believe the Defendant was intoxicated, and after failing the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .159/.153 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 4624-XBQ

      At 3:20 am, officers observed the Defendant weaving in and out of traffic, while also driving below the posted speed limit. The Defendant was also driving on 2 flat tires, both of which were on the right side of the car. When the officers approached the Defendant, they detected the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage, and noticed the Defendant’s eyes as bloodshot and watery. The Defendant was unable to provide a driver’s license when asked, and exhibited a slurred speech. During the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was extremely unsteady and swayed to maintain their balance. The Defendant was unable to pass the test, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .134/.137 in the breathalyzer, and also provided a urine sample for the officers.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7444-XEQ

      At around 6 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle going in reverse in the single lane, and initiated the traffic stop. The Defendant then continued to be in reverse mode instead of park, and almost ran over the officer as he was approaching the Defendant’s vehicle. The officer then noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and was yelling insults and profanity to the police, while speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant refused the field sobriety exercises and also to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6830-XEM

      At 5:11 am, officers observed the Defendant driving carelessly and unable to maintain the single lane. The officers initiated the traffic stop and they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant was unable to provide a valid registration, and had no proof of insurance. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI after refusing to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 3993-XEX

      At 6:07 am, officers were dispatched to vehicle that was obstructing traffic, after previously weaving in and out of traffic. Officers approached the vehicle and deteched the smell of alchol, and were able to notice the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes. The Defendant, who was behind the wheel, appeared disoriented and admitted to consuming 4-5 alcoholic drinks prior to getting into the car. Officer’s also found a bag of marijuana in the Defendant’s vehicle, and was then placed under arrest for DUI due to the Defendant’s intoxication and impairment. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .168/.57 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6304-XEM

      At 2:28 am, the arresting officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving recklessly and going an unlawful speed of 104mph in a posted 55mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop, and approached the driver’s side to observe the Defendant. The officer noticed that the Defendant had multiple signs of impairment such as: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. Once the officer began the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to correctly pass the test, and was arrested and charged for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .190/.195 in the breathalyzer, which is well over double the legal limit in Florida.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 4851-XEM

      At 4 am, an officer observed the Defendant make an improper right turn by cutting through 3 lanes at once, and initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer approached the vehicle, the officer detected a faint smell of alcohol, and then the odor of alcohol grew stronger once the Defendant began speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant also had red, bloodshot eyes and a flushed face, which led the officer to believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant also admitted to having a few whiskeys before driving that night. After failing to pass the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 9930-XEQ

      At 1:31 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving recklessly past a pedestrian crosswalk while there were people crossing, and almost ran them over. The Defendant was driving at an unlawful speed of 50 mph in a posted 30 mph zone, and was unable to maintain the single lane while swerving in and out. The officer pulled the Defendant over and noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, and that the Defendant’s face was flushed. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the car, and had admitted to having 4 beers earlier in the night. The Defendant was unable to meet the standard for the sobriety exercises, refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7097-XEQ

      At 6:21 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a steady red light and almost cause an accident. The Defendant was pulled over, and the officer noticed that the Defendant had watery eyes, and that there was a presence of alcohol. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain their balance, and stumbled a couple of times throughout. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .144/.140 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 1474-XEU

      At 2:04 am, the Defendant was observed driving recklessly above the posted speed limit, and almost rear-ended the police officer’s marked police vehicle. Once the Defendant was pulled over, the officer noticed that the Defendant showed multiple signs of intoxication, such as: flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, a slurred speech, and slow movements. The Defendant did not meet the standard for the sobriety exercise, and was arrested for DUI after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6663-XEM

      At 2:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant urinating next to the Defendant’s vehicle at a gas station, and immediately approached the Defendant. The officer was able to notice the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired, and was able to find a case of beer in the backseat that was open. After the Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .201/.194, which is more than double the legal limit for the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7249-XEV

      At 4:38 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving from side to side, and initiated a traffic stop. When the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant admitted to having 4-5 beers to drink, while speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .231/.218 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6639-XEQ

      At around 2 am, the Defendant was seen obstructing the roadway and holding up some traffic. The officer approached the Defendant, who was slumped over the steering wheel, and detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant appeared disoriented and had very slow movements, and admitted to having large amounts of alcohol in the form of 8 wine glasses. This led the officer to believe the Defendant was intoxicated, and after failing the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .159/.153 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6828-XEX

      At 3:56 pm, officers were dispatched to the scene of a crash in which the Defendant hit 2 vehicles due to the level of intoxication suffered. The Defendant caused over $5,000 in property damage and was extremely uncooperative. The Defendant had multiple signs of impairment, which included: bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, flushed face, and an odor of alcohol that could not be overlooked. The officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, and the Defendant was unable to meet the standards. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7104-XEM

      At 1:30 am, officers viewed the Defendant’s vehicle swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. They initiated a traffic stop, approached the Defendant, and noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had a slurred and mumbled speech during the officer’s questioning. After the Defendant’s inability to pass the standardized sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also provided a breath sample of .116/.118 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7088-XEX

      At 2:32 am, an officer noticed the Defendant weaving in between cars and lanes, and then run a steady red light. Once the Defendant was pulled over, the officer noticed the Defendant had many signs of impairment: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred and mumbled speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also admitted to having 6 glasses of whiskey, before driving. The Defendant was then instructed to complete the field sobriety exercises, and was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .172/.171 in the breathalyzer, which is double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6314-XEQ

      At 3:39 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light, and therefore initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed that the Defendant displayed the signs of impairment that included: bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and flushed face. During the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was swaying from side to side and kept loosing balance throughout. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI, after blowing a .128/.129 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 1433-XEU

      At 3:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving and unable to maintain the single lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and approached the Defendant on the driver’s side door. The Defendant had glossy, bloodshot eyes, and there was an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant that the officer noticed. When the Defendant stepped out of the car to perform the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant had extreme difficulty maintaining balance and posture. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6211-XEM

      At 4:12 am, an officer viewed the Defendant driving recklessly at an unlawful speed of 58mph in a posted 40 mph zone, and the Defendant also failed to maintain the single lane by swerving. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired and initiated a traffic stop. The Defendant displayed the following signs of intoxication: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. After the Defendant admitted to have a couple of beers before driving, the officer conducted the field sobriety test. The Defendant failed and then blew a .187/.183 in the breathalyzer, and therefore was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6742-XEQ

      At 4:15 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle obstructing traffic, and initiated a traffic stop. As officers questioned the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, and could smell the odor of alcohol coming out of the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant refused to answer any questions, but provided a breath sample of .087/.082. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercise to standard and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7436-XEM

      At around 11 pm, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving around without headlights, and going an unlawful speed of 50 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. The Defendant was also so intoxicated, that the Defendant was unable to maintain the single lane for a couple of miles, until the officers initiated the traffic stop. Upon observation of the Defendant, the officer’s noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant was unable to pass the roadside exercises, and provided the breath samples of .133/.139 from the breathalyzer. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0YGP

      At 1 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident that occurred when the Defendant failed to change lanes correctly, and crashed into another car. The Defendant’s actions cause over $12,000 in property damages to both vehicles, and the Defendant had been driving with a suspended license. Once on the scene, officers detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. They also noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, and believed that the Defendant was impaired prior to causing the crash. The Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises and blew a .110/.107 in the breathalyzer, which is over the legal limit. The Defendant was then arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 3847-XEX

      At 1:38 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving southbound with no headlights on for several blocks. The officer initiated a traffic stop and found that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. When the Defendant spoke, the officer noticed that the Defendant spoke in a slurred speech, and had the odor of alcohol emitting from the facial area. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired and instructed how to complete the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards and was arrested. The Defendant also blew a .187/.181 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7885-XEM

      At 1:53 am, the Defendant was observed swerving in between lanes, failing to maintain the single lane, almost striking the police officer’s car and almost crashing into the concrete median. The officer initiated a traffic stop and when the officer approached the driver’s side door, the officer smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer also noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot and watery eyes, as well as, slurred speech. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and blew a .130/.133 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A105Q7P

      At 9:00PM, the police were called to the scene of an accident. While investigating, the officer noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot, watery eyes, could not maintain balance, and was making incoherent statements. The Defendant was so intoxicated the officer had to hold the Defendant up in order to prevent falling. When asked to do road side sobriety tests the Defendant refused and told the officer to take the Defendant to jail. The Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer and was later arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A105W4P

      At 1:24AM, an officer saw the Defendant run a stop sign. When the officer initiated a traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol, watery eyes and dilated pupils, and slurred speech. While talking to the officer, the Defendant admitted to having been drinking that night and to texting while driving. The Defendant was so intoxicated that the Defendant kept asking the same question repetitively, even after the officer had answered it. The Defendant did not perform the field sobriety tests to standards and was charged with DUI. The Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A0Z102P

      At 5:00AM, an officer stopped the Defendant for going 71mph in a 40mph zone. Upon contact, the officer noticed the Defendant had glassy eyes, a strong odor of alcohol, and slurred speech. The officer feared the Defendant was an impaired driver, so roadside sobriety tests were given. The Defendant did not perform the tests to standards, and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant also blew .111/.111 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 4796XBR

      At 12:30AM, a witness found the Defendant stopped in the middle of the road and called the police. When the police arrived, they found the Defendant in car in the driver’s seat with the keys still in the ignition. The officer immediately noticed the Defendant had a strong scent of alcohol, watery eyes, dilated pupils, and heavy eyelids. When asked to show license and vehicle registration the Defendant was very slow and stumbled gathering the documents. After the officer asked the Defendant to exit the vehicle, the Defendant stumbled, fell to the ground, and crawled to the curb. The Defendant did not perform the field sobriety tests to standards, and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer. When the Defendant’s car was searched the officer found multiple bottles of alcohol.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 7677XBP

      At 2:45AM, an officer witnessed the Defendant illegally stopped in the middle of the street. Upon contact, the officer immediately noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant, in addition to bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. When instructed to exit the vehicle, the Defendant struggled and had to lean on the car multiple times to stay balanced. The officer asked the Defendant to perform the field sobriety tests, which were not performed to standards, and the Defendant was charged with a DUI. When asked to provide a breath sample, the Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 3533XEX

      At 1:36AM, an officer was called to the scene of a crash where the Defendant caused $5,000 in damages. When the officer began talking to the Defendant, the officer noticed that the Defendant had watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. When asked to do the roadside sobriety tests, the Defendant did not follow the officer’s instructions, and then refused to finish the tests or sign the citations. The Defendant was then charged with a DUI and was arrested. The Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7161-XBO

      At 3:03 am, the Defendant was observed driving recklessly while weaving in between multiple lanes, and at an unlawful speed of 85 mph in a 55 mph zone. Once the officer initiated a traffic stop, the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the car, and saw the Defendant had unsteady movements, loss of balance, and was staggering. The officer also viewed the Defendant’s eyes and saw they were bloodshot, and the Defendant’s speech was slurred. The Defendant later refused to complete the roadside exercises and to submit a breath test, so the Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: A0Z0Y8P

      At 2 am, officers were posted with a radar gun and observed the Defendant speeding at a rate of 60 mph, in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant also failed to maintain the single lane and almost collided with other drivers, so the officers began a traffic stop. Once the officers approached the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant's bloodshot eyes and flushed face, as well as, the odor of alcohol. The believed the driver to be impaired and began to administer the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to complete the exercises to the standard, and was arrested. The Defendant was very uncooperative and refused to answer any of the officer’s questions, but did provide the breath sample of .121 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6853-GBY

      At 4:30 pm, officers were dispatched to a traffic accident that occurred because the Defendant drove carelessly and did not stop in time before rear-ending another vehicle. The total amount of property damage assessed was about $3,000 to both vehicles. Once the officers arrived on scene they could smell alcohol coming from the Defendant's mouth. The officers then noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. Once the officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant attempted to pass but failed. During the exercises, officers found a package of white pills that fell out of the Defendant’s pockets and saw that it was a controlled substance. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and the Defendant had to administer a urine test for the officers.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6897-XDX

      At 4:05 am, an officer viewed the Defendant had difficulty maintaining the single lane, and was going at a high rate of speed of 80 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant had red watery eyes, a flushed face and slurred speech. The officer then conducted the field sobriety exercises, in which the Defendant failed. The Defendant provided the breath sample of .178/.166 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4117-XEX

      At 3:00 am, the Defendant was observed by officers going 60 mph in a 30 mph residential zone. After multiple attempts to waive and signal the Defendant to stop the vehicle, the chase continued until the Defendant finally stopped after 2 miles of chasing. Upon seeing the Defendant the officer observed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes. Once the Defendant began to speak the officer could smell a poignant smell of alcohol coming from his facial area, and had a slurred speech. The officer then began to administer the field sobriety test, to which the Defendant failed, and blew a .153/.147 on the breathalyzer, and thus was arrested.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0EBP

      At 4:30AM, an Officer observed the Defendant driving 63mph in a 40mph zone. The officer activated his emergency equipment, but the Defendant did not immediately pull over. Upon approaching the Defendant, the officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol and bloodshot and watery eyes. The Defendant was unable to perform field sobriety tests to standards and blew a .182/.177 into the breathalyzer. The Defendant was charged with a DUI. Prior to arrival to the police station the Defendant was so intoxicated that the Defendant urinated in the police officer’s vehicle.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A0Z0L4P

      At 1:00AM, an Officer observed the Defendant driving and swerving into oncoming traffic. The Defendant continued to drive through oncoming traffic for one block before he swerved back in to the proper lane. The officer initiated a traffic stop, and upon contact with the Defendant noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol. When the officer asked the Defendant where the Defendant was coming from the Defendant admitted to having been drinking. After the roadside sobriety tests were administered, it was determined that the Defendant did not perform them to standards and the Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI. The Defendant blew a .121/.129 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0N5P

      At 3:07 am, officers observed the Defendant driving at an unlawful speed of 80-90 mph in a posted 45 mph zone, and then increase speed to almost 110 mph. The Defendant was driving recklessly and weaving in between lanes, so the officer initiated a traffic stop. The officer saw the Defendant had watery eyes, and could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the car. The Defendant was too impaired to pass the field sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI after blowing a .102/.100 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2015 Case: 7862XEV

      At 1:00AM, the Defendant made an improper turn and was pulled over by the police. When the police made contact, the Defendant did not have the vehicle registration or insurance. While talking to the Defendant, the police noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. The Defendant did not perform the test to standards, and was then charged with a DUI. The Defendant also refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2015 Case: 0470XFE

      At 4:00AM, an Officer observed the Defendant driving 64mph in a 35mph zone. When the officer pulled the Defendant over, upon contact the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery and glassy eyes, slurred speech, and a strong scent of alcohol. When the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle and provide their license, registration and insurance, while doing so the Defendant struggled to maintain balance, leaning on the car multiple times for support. The Defendant failed to perform the road side sobriety tests to standard and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant then refused to blow into the breathalyzer or sign any of the citations.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 3721XEX

      At 6:00AM, the Defendant was found hunched over, asleep in the driver’s seat of a vehicle while it wa running. After several attempts, the officer was finally able to wake the Defendant. Upon contact, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, a strong scent of alcohol, and slurred speech. When asked to exit the vehicle, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance. After the road side sobriety tests were administered it was determined that the Defendant did not perform them to standards and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant also refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A1N5LEP

      At 6:15pm, the Defendant was observed driving into oncoming traffic. When the officer attempted to pull the Defendant over, the Defendant fled and did not come to a stop even after multiple attempts were made. After fleeing for over a mile, the Defendant came to a stop and upon contact the officer requested the Defendant step out of the vehicle. The Defendant stumbled upon getting out of the car and had to lean against it for balance. The officer immediately noticed the Defendant had slurred speech and glossy eyes. When the officer tried to administer the road side sobriety tests, the Defendant was so intoxicated that they were unable to walk, and was declared unsafe to finish the exams. The Defendant was charged with a DUI, and refused to blow into a breathalyzer. After searching the vehicle the officer found an empty bottle of rum underneath the driver’s seat.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: A05M89P

      At 10:50 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash in which the Defendant caused hundreds of dollars in property damage by driving carelessly and crashing into a speed limit sign, and then leave the scene. The Defendant then proceeded to crash into another sign, and then flee the 2nd crash scene as well. Once officer’s caught up with the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant was driving with a suspended license, and the Defendant showed signs of impairment. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant then submitted a breath test of .057/.06, as well as, a urine sample before being arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0YRP

      At around 12:35 am, officers noticed the Defendant’s vehicle backing up without using headlights and continued to drive without putting them on. The officers initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle and noticed the pungent odor or alcohol coming out of the car when the Defendant opened the window. The officers also noticed the Defendant had red, and watery bloodshot eyes along with a slurred speech. The officers asked if the Defendant had been drinking and the Defendant admitted to having beers and shots of liquor. After the Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass, even though multiple attempts were performed. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI, and blew a .10 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0QIP

      At 2:23 am, officers were dispatched to an accident that occurred when the Defendant crashed into a “Do not enter sign,” causing over $1,500 worth in damage. When officers arrived on the scene, they saw the Defendant inside the vehicle and noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and very watery. The Defendant had a slurred and mumbled speech when answering the officer’s questions, and they could also smell alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. After the Defendant failed to complete the field sobriety exercises, and refused to submit a breath sample, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 8015-XEM

      At 3:55 am, officers observed the Defendant speeding and going 60 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. When officers attempted to do a traffic stop, the Defendant failed to stop until the officers had to pull up next to the vehicle and shout in order to the Defendant to stop. Once an officer approached the drivers side of the vehicle he was able to smell the odor of alcohol coming from it. Once the Defendant spoke, the officer could also smell it coming from his breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes which is another sign of intoxication. The Defendant admitted to the officers that he had consumed multiple glasses of whiskey, and was asked to complete the sobriety exercises. After failing to meet the standard, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI and refused to submit to a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 4575XFA

      At approximately 12:06 am, the Defendant was seen asleep while driving at a railroad crossing. Witnesses stated that the Defendant’s vehicle rolled forward and the train that was passing tore off the front of the car. After the train passed, the Defendant woke up and attempted to move her vehicle, appearing confused and asking what had occurred. When the officer arrived and attempted to make contact with the Defendant, the Defendant was asleep on the sidewalk, causing the officer to have difficulty communicating with the Defendant and getting her to respond. The Defendant then began speaking to the officer and the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on her breath. The officer helped the Defendant walk after she stood up, and she had to grip his arm to avoid falling. The officer positioned the Defendant by his vehicle, but the Defendant had to lean against the vehicle to steady herself for safety. Although the Defendant began performing the field sobriety tests, she was not able to complete them all as they were thought to be unsafe due to the Defendant’s condition. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the station, where she began crying at the mention of breath samples, and did not provide any.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8571XEM

      At 5:01 pm, the Defendant was traveling almost 20 miles over the posted speed limit. A traffic stop was issued due to the aforementioned and due to the Defendant’s vehicle also having brake lights and tail lights violations. As soon as contact was made, the Defendant was observed to have watery eyes and slurred speech, along with the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on his breath. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but failed to follow proper instructions and was arrested. An opened liquor bottle of vodka was found in the Defendant’s car in between the driver’s seat and the center console. The Defendant then stated he “only drank a couple of beers”, and provided breath samples of .202/.221.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FJCVP

      At 4:55 am, the Defendant was observed traveling in the center lane as he failed to maintain his vehicle within a single lane twice. The Defendant then failed to properly stop at a red light, coming to a final stop ¾ of the way over the stop bar. When contact was made, the Defendant was noticed to have glassy eyes, low and mumbled speech, and the strong smell of an alcoholic beverage was released from his breath whenever he spoke. When asked, the Defendant stated he had had 2 beers. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety tests but was not able to meet the standards and was placed under arrest, later refusing to take a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 6524XDX

      At 2:30 am, the Defendant was traveling the opposite way of traffic; going eastbound on a westbound lane. After the traffic stop was initiated, and contact was made, the Defendant was observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes and an unknown odor of an alcoholic beverage was emitting from his breath. Furthermore, the Defendant swayed while standing and spoke in a slurred manner, unable to provide a proper explanation as to why he was headed against traffic. When asked, the Defendant stated he had had 2 drinks at a bar. The field sobriety exercises were administered, but the Defendant failed to complete the tests to standards as he showed extreme signs of impairment. The Defendant was then arrested and provided breath samples of .193/.183.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 6875XBS

      At around 6:30 am, the Defendant was seen traveling in the right lane of traffic with the right blinker on. The Defendant was then seen as she swerved her vehicle to the left lane and then abruptly cut back into her corresponding lane multiple times. The officer initiated a traffic stop and the Defendant came to a complete, sudden stop in the middle of the road and had to be asked to pull to the side. As soon as contact was made, the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was also traveling with a passenger who was asleep by her side. When asked for her documentation, the Defendant provided her driver’s license and the top of a make-up accessory along with 2 single dollar bills which she claimed to be her insurance. The Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, red, and watery and the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was issuing from her breath. The Defendant later stated she had had 2 beers and performed the field sobriety exercises but showed signs of impairment and was placed under arrest. She provided breath samples of .148/.136.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10687P

      At 10:22pm, the Defendant drove into the opposite lane on the road, and sideswiped another vehicle resulting in $3,000 in damage. When the police arrived they asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle and immediately noticed the Defendant had problems standing and stumbled while walking. After talking to the Defendant the officer noticed there was a strong odor of alcohol, the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, and a slurred speech. When asked to complete standardized roadside field sobriety exercises the Defendant refused to do any. The Defendant was then charged with a DUI, and later refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A760TSE

      At 12:46am, the Defendant was pulled over for an obscured license plate. When the police officer approached the vehicle there was a strong odor of alcohol. After talking to the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s eyes were glassy and watery, speech was slurred, and was swaying. The officer then asked the Defendant to complete field sobriety tests, which the Defendant failed due to inability to maintain balance. When asked to blow into the breathalyzer the Defendant refused. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0545XFE

      At approximately 4AM, police officers were called to the scene of an accident where they found the Defendant crashed into a tree. The crashed was caused by the Defendant failing to stop for the posted stop sign at the intersection. When the officers approached the vehicle, they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. When asked to exit the vehicle the Defendant was swaying and having a hard time maintaining balance. The officer then began a DUI investigation, administering field sobriety tests, which the Defendant did not complete to standards. The Defendant was charged with a DUI and asked to blow into a breathalyzer, blowing a .159/.156.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7806-XEM

      At 10 pm, an officer observed the Defendant driving recklessly at a high rate of 140 mph in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant was swerving in between lanes and almost causing a crash with another vehicle. The officer attempted multiple times to have the Defendant slow down and pull over, but it wasn’t until a couple of miles that the Defendant finally did. Immediately the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s vehicle. After seeing all signs of impairment, the Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety test, to which the Defendant failed, and was arrested and charged with DUI. The Defendant also blew a .195/.182, well over 2 times the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0RAP

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving in between lanes, then almost hit another car, and finally crashed into bushes and a light pole causing serious property damage. Once the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and the odor of alcohol once the Defendant got out of the car. The Defendant also had a slurred speech that the officers noticed. The Defendant admitted that the Defendant had consumed 3 beers prior to driving. The Defendant was too intoxicated to pass the field sobriety test, and was arrested for a 2nd DUI offense and blew a .155/.145 in the breathalyzer. The Defendant also was in possession of drugs, and was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6893-XDQ

      At 2:35 am, an officer viewed the Defendant’s vehicle going the wrong direction on a one-way street, an initiated a traffic stop. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and slurred speech, which all led the officer to believe that the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant admitted to having consumed 3 beers prior, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .204/.217, which is more than double over the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6487-XEO

      At 12:28 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling at a reckless speed of 83 mph in a 30 mph zone. The Defendant was driving aggressively and cutting several vehicles, before the officer attempted several times to get the Defendant to pull over. Once the officer made contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .122/.128 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7359-XEM

      At 2:31 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a dangerous speed of 75 mph in a 55 mph zone, making other vehicles swerve out of the Defendant’s way. The officer initiated a traffic stop, for fear the Defendant would cause an accident, and found the Defendant’s eyes to be bloodshot and watery. The Defendant also had a flushed face, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant was arrested for DUI after failing the roadside exercises, and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7298-XEM

      At 5:45 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant ran a stop sign and a red light and crashed into another vehicle causing over $5,000 in damage. The Defendant had re bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face, which led officers to believe that the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. The Defendant also smelled of alcohol and had a slurred and mumbled speech. Once the Defendant did not perform to standard on the field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and blew a .155/.161 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 3098-XCK

      At 4:07 am, officers observed the Defendant driving recklessly at a high speed of 60 mph in a 25 mph zone. Once pulled over, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s mouth. After the Defendant admitted to having drinks, the officers began the field sobriety exercise to which the Defendant failed. The Defendant was charged and arrested for DUI, and blew a .169/.179 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2 times the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7970-XEE

      At 2 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant’s vehicle had crashed into a tree, and caused $2,000 worth of damage. Officers found the Defendant unconscious behind the wheel and immediately rescued the Defendant. Once awake, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant was also very uncooperative by refusing to give a breath sample and complete the field sobriety test. The Defendant was then arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6851-XEX

      At 5:04 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run crash scene in which the Defendant struck another vehicle, resulting in the injury of another person, and over $20,000 worth in property damages. The Defendant fled the scene on foot, but was found by police shortly after. Upon careful inspection of the Defendant, the officers noticed the Defendant had slurred speech, a red face and red eyes. They could also smell alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, and advised the Defendant on how to complete the roadside exercises for DUI. The Defendant was extremely impaired, and was unable to meet the standard in order to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .173/.168 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 3845-XEX

      At 3:30 am, the Defendant was observed by officers, weaving in between lanes, and then driving the wrong direction on a one way street. After a traffic stop was issued, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes, flushed face and the Defendant’s slurred speech. The officers also smelled the faint odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. Once the Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety test, the Defendant was charged and arrested for DUI, and blew a .116/.114 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6869-XDX

      At 6:05 am, officers responded to a crash in which the Defendant had caused $10,000 worth of damage due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication and careless driving. The Defendant was observed by officers to have bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, and a slurred/mumbled speech, along with the odor of alcohol. The Defendant also blew a .213/.203/.220 each almost 3 times above the legal limit. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 4005-XEJ

      At 3:39 am, an officer observed the Defendant blocking an intersection and letting traffic flow smoothly, thus the officer initiated a traffic stop. Once conducted the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from their breath. The Defendant refused to do the field sobriety exercises and also refused to submit a breath sample, so the Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7596-XEM

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed swerving in between lanes by the arresting officer, and was then pulled over for a traffic stop. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eye, and a slurred speech. The Defendant admitted to having a “bottle of wine,” which is why the officer smelled the odor of alcohol on the Defendant. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety exercise. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and also blew a .134/.137 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 3910-XEJ

      At 3:30 am, the Defendant was observed backing out improperly by an officer, and was pulled over. The officer then noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth, which led the officer to believe the Defendant was extremely impaired. The Defendant then performed the field sobriety exercise and failed, and was arrested and charged for DUI. Throughout the whole process the Defendant was uncooperative and refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 5706-XEM

      At 1:25 am, the Defendant was observed going at a high rate of speed of 58mph in a 40 mph zone. The officer conducted a traffic stop, in order to protect other drivers from a possible crash. The officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant also had slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. Once the Defendant was unable to meet the standard of the field sobriety exercise, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .143 in the breathalyzer

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7411-XFA

      At 8:10 pm, officers responded to a crash accident to which the Defendant had caused serious property damage by driving carelessly. Once the officers met with the Defendant, they noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and also had a slurred speech. The Defendant was asked to complete the field sobriety exercise, but the officers ha to stop the exercises early due to the Defendant’s level of impairment, and the suspicion that the Defendant was going to be injured. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and also blew a .142/.149 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 5096-XEM

      At 1:35 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving without headlights, and initiated a traffic stop. The Defendant then handed the officers a counterfeit license, and it revealed that the Defendant was underage and showed signs of alcohol impairment. The Defendant admitted to having beers as officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. There was also a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth. The officers then searched the Defendant’s vehicle and found an open container, to which the Defendant was then charged and arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0688XFE

      At 12:45 am, an officer observed the Defendant violate a posted stop sign and rapidly reverse in his own lane of traffic. The officer further observed that the Defendant’s vehicle had a large crack on the driver’s side of the front windshield. When contact was made with the Defendant, it was noted that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. When one of the officers asked the Defendant if he had drank any alcoholic drinks that evening, the Defendant stated he had had 2 or 3 beers. The Defendant was offered the field sobriety exercises which he did not perform to standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8088XBN

      At 1:00 am, the officer observed the Defendant unable to keep within her lane, as she kept swerving lanes and getting back to her original lane, without using any turn signals. The Defendant did not acknowledge the officer’s vehicle by her vehicle and almost collided with the patrol car. The officer issued a traffic stop and asked for the Defendant’s insurance card, registration, and driver’s license. The Defendant handed the officer her driver’s license and a credit card, and stated she did not have the insurance card or registration. The Defendant was observed to have a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her facial area, flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant then attempted to hand the officer two $20 bills for no apparent reason. The Defendant later agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but failed to meet the standards, being unable to keep her balance and screaming foul language. The Defendant was placed under arrest and on her way to the station, she urinated in the officer’s patrol vehicle. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath and urine sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A75YLSE

      At approximately 10:31 pm, the Defendant was driving his vehicle and struck another vehicle’s left rear side. When the officer began to speak with the Defendant, he noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was also observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes and was unable to keep his balance. The officer advised the Defendant to get out of the roadway multiple times, in fear of him getting hurt by any vehicles passing, but the Defendant ignored the officer and kept arguing with the driver of the vehicle he had hit. The Defendant, who was sweating profusely at the time, did not perform the field sobriety exercises to standard and was placed under arrest. The Defendant agreed to provide a breath sample, but refused to provide a urine sample. At this time, the Defendant was very restless and talkative and stated that he was very thirsty. The Defendant’s nose was also observed to be running with redness to the nasal area.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 9908XFG

      At 10:52 am, the Defendant was backing out of a parking space and hit a parked vehicle’s rear bumper, but the Defendant did not stop and continued to drive away. A third vehicle, that was also backing out of a parking space, was struck by the Defendant as the Defendant moved forward and sideswiped vehicle 3’s rear right bumper. The Defendant then proceeded to walk out of his vehicle and leave his vehicle unattended in the parking lot. The police then found him sitting at a bar in the same mall area. The Defendant was observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and trouble keeping his balance. When asked questions, the Defendant was mumbling and continuously cursing. The Defendant failed to perform the field sobriety exercises to standard and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant provided breath samples of .187/.196.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 8586XEM

      At 3:42 am, the Defendant was observed blocking a traffic lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop, and when he asked the Defendant why he was blocking the lane, the Defendant only smiled. As the officer was speaking to the Defendant, he noticed the smell of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was also observed to have bloodshot, watery eyes. When asked, the Defendant stated he had had 3 to 4 drinks at a club. While performing the field sobriety tests, the Defendant first smiled and mumbled that he was following the light, laughed continuously and told the officers a story he claimed he needed to get off his chest. The Defendant did not perform the exercises as instructed and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 9857XEX

      At 9:20pm, the Defendant was observed as he failed to stop at a red traffic light, and as the passenger in the back of the Defendant’s vehicle was riding outside the window while dancing. A traffic stop was conducted. While talking to the Defendant, the officer could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage from the Defendant’s facial area. The officer also noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot red, watery eyes. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests but did not perform to standards. The Defendant was therefore placed under arrest but once the handcuffs were to be placed around his wrists, the Defendant began yelling at the officers and tensing his arms. The Defendant provided breath samples of .145/.129.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FJAAP

      At 12:41 am, the Defendant was entering his apartment complex when he struck an unoccupied parked vehicle that was not in a parking spot. The struck vehicle’s alarm sounded and caught the attention of the owner and his friend, as they also heard the noise. The Defendant attempted to leave the scene at first, but then exited his vehicle to speak to the owner and they all agreed on a settlement of $1500 for the damage before the Defendant left. The owner and his friend, later identified as the Defendant’s neighbors, called the police to let them know the Defendant had fled the scene. Furthermore, the neighbors had surveillance footage of all that had occurred. The neighbors told the police that the Defendant had returned to the complex on foot and had ran away as soon as he had seen the police. The officers caught up to the Defendant, who at first denied driving, but then admitted that he had not actually left the scene of the accident, but had left to go withdraw the money that he and his neighbors had settled on for damage to the vehicle. While speaking to the officers, the Defendant was observed to have glassy eyes, as well as a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant was arrested and gave a breath sample of .158, but refused to provide a second sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0650XFE

      At 2:52 am, the Defendant was observed traveling almost 30 miles over the posted speed limit. The officer decided to conduct a traffic stop, for which the Defendant decided to go into a parking lot and pull his vehicle in to a parking spot, striking the parking median. The Defendant stepped out of the vehicle and was observed to have difficulty maintaining balance, with a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant appeared confused and his eyes were bloodshot. The Defendant was offered the field sobriety tests but did not perform to standards and was arrested. At the station, the Defendant stated he had allergies and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0SJP

      At 2:41 am, the Defendant was observed by two officers who were stopped at a traffic stop with their emergency lights on. The officers observed as the Defendant failed to move out of the lane that was not as occupied and nearly rear ended their police vehicle. The Defendant was then pursued as he was unable to maintain his vehicle on a single lane. As soon as contact was made with the Defendant, the Defendant mentioned that he knew he shouldn’t be driving, apologized, and stated that he had just come from a bar and had had a few drinks. The officers noticed the Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant did not perform the roadside exercises to standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided breath samples of .177/.175.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105O6P

      At 2:41 am, the Defendant was observed as she failed to maintain a single lane; straddling two lanes for several blocks. When contact was made with the Defendant, the officer noted that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, glassy, and watery. The Defendant’s moves were slow and sluggish in nature and the smell of an unknown alcoholic beverage was detected as coming from the Defendant’s vehicle. When the officer asked, the Defendant mentioned she had just had two drinks at a party. After she exited the vehicle to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant swayed as she walked and stood. The Defendant was not able to perform the exercises to standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, she refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7448XBQ

      At 10:11 pm, the Defendant was observed to be driving all over the road; swerving from left to right, and even hitting the median at one point. When contact was made with the Defendant, signs of impairment were detected. The Defendant was not able to meet the field sobriety exercises according to standard and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided breath samples of 0.243/0.238.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 8045XEM

      At 3:20 am, the Defendant was spotted driving more than 15 miles over the speed limit on light rain and on a wet road. Once the traffic stop was issued, the Defendant exhibited a long, blank stare, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred low speech, and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on her breath and person. While doing the field sobriety tests, the Defendant displayed impairment problems and did not perform to standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7821XEV

      At 1:02 am, the Defendant was seen as he ran a red light. The officers conducted a traffic stop and were able to smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the Defendant’s facial area as he spoke. The Defendant also had bloodshot and watery eyes. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant swayed side to side as he waited for instructions and was not able to perform to standards. The Defendant was arrested and provided breath samples of .126/.119.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A7624LE

      At 10:07 pm, the Defendant was driving her vehicle in the expressway, looked down for a missing earing for a few seconds, and ended up hitting an abandoned vehicle on the right side of the road, causing $9000 in damages. Upon arriving at the scene, the officer noted that the Defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath and facial area. The Defendant was also observed to have bloodshot, glassy, watery eyes. Once out of the vehicle, the Defendant had difficulty keeping balance and had an unusual body sway. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but was not able to meet the standards. The Defendant was arrested but refused to provide a breath sample at the station.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10IK1P

      At approximately 1:20 am, the Defendant crashed his vehicle against a guardrail on top of a curb, knocking down some trees along the way. When the officers arrived at the scene, the Defendant approached them from the driver’s side of the vehicle and stated that he was sorry and had lost control of the vehicle. The Defendant then proceeded to state that the vehicle was, in fact, his car and he had been driving it at the time of the accident, as he had the keys to the vehicle in his pocket and was the only person on scene at the time of the accident. The Defendant was observed as he was swaying while standing, unsteady on his feet, had a flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, and had a strong and distinct odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his person. The Defendant refused to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises as he kept stating that he was sober, and was subsequently placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant provided breath samples of .138/.143. This charge was the Defendant’s second DUI charge.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105VYP

      At approximately 2:50 am, the Defendant was reportedly seen by some witnesses as he ran a stop sign and crashed into a vehicle, continued driving, and then lost control and crashed into a few vehicles that were parked. Upon making contact with the Defendant, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected as coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was also noted to have bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech while talking to the officers, and he was also unable to remain steady. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, but did not perform to standards. He was then transported to the station, where he refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10IK6P

      At approximately 8:14 pm, the Defendant crashed into the rear of another vehicle. When contact was made with the Defendant, the Defendant was observed to have trouble maintaining balance, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, and slurred speech. The Defendant continued to stagger and have trouble maintaining his balance. Later, the Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, but refused to finish and was arrested. The Defendant then also refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FJKUP

      Around 9:02 pm, the Defendant struck four vehicles and then fled the scene. The Defendant continued to drive until he hit a curb, at which point he abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot. The Defendant was then found by some of the officers with vehicle keys in his pocket. When speaking to the officers, the Defendant was observed to have the odor of alcoholic beverage impurities coming from his breath, along with watery eyes. The Defendant also seemed to be angry and upset. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but did not perform them as instructed and demonstrated, therefore being arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided breath samples of .137/.130.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FJHZP

      At approximately 11:45 pm, the Defendant was traveling inside a parking lot when she failed to stop and simultaneously struck two parked vehicles. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath and person. The Defendant also had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, seemed confused, and staggered as she got out of her vehicle. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but couldn’t complete them due to her lack of coordination and balance as she stated to the officers on scene that she didn’t think she could perform the exercises without falling over, so the exercises stopped for her safety. After being arrested, the Defendant admitted to drinking and provided breath samples of .218/.213.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0YAP

      At 7:14 am, the Defendant lost control of his vehicle and hit a concrete pole. Once contact was made with the Defendant, a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitted from his breath and his eyes seemed bloodshot and watery. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but failed. The Defendant provided breath samples of .213/.212.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A7611CE

      At 9:37 pm, the Defendant struck an unmarked police vehicle. The officer who was inside the unmarked police vehicle then issued a traffic stop to pull the Defendant over as the Defendant attempted to flee the scene. After some time, when the Defendant finally pulled over, the officer noticed that the Defendant’s pants were unbuttoned and half way down. The Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, his speech slurred, and there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. The Defendant later mentioned that he was willing to perform the field sobriety exercises, but failed to meet standards and was placed under arrest. Although the Defendant stated that he would provide a sample of his breath at first, he then refused.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105WBP

      At 2:45 am, the Defendant was first observed driving with her vehicle’s front tire flattened. The Defendant was then seen as she failed to safely maintain her vehicle within a single lane, driving unsteadily. Once contact was made with the Defendant, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected as coming from her breath, and she also had bloodshot and watery eyes, and spoke in a slurred manner. When asked to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant was also observed to have a very unsteady gait. The Defendant then stated she had two drinks and agreed to perform the field sobriety tests. However, the Defendant did not perform the tests to standards and was placed under arrest, providing breath samples of .211/.210.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVJ7E

      At approximately 1:25 am, the Defendant was observed as he went into a sidewalk and crashed into a crosswalk sign with a traffic signal attached. Once contact was made, the Defendant was seen to have bloodshot eyes, trouble maintaining balance, and slurring his speech. The Defendant further stated he had previously gone to Happy Hour and had one drink. The Defendant attempted the field sobriety exercises but did not perform to standards and was placed under arrest. At the station, the Defendant provided breath samples of .185/.176.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A10IHQP

      At 7:52 pm, the Defendant was unable to maintain a proper lane, and then proceeded to run a red light at an intersection and then stop in the middle of the intersection. The officer who saw what had occurred issued a traffic stop, but the Defendant did not stop for another two blocks. When contact was finally made, the Defendant was asked to step out of the vehicle, which she did, but was unable to maintain balance and almost fell over. A strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on her breath. The Defendant refused to attempt the field sobriety exercises and was arrested. At the station, the Defendant refused to comply with the breathalyzer test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 5885XEQ

      At 4:50am, Policed approached the Defendant’s vehicle illegally parked on the sidewalk as one of the passengers was vomiting. The Defendant got off the car and assured the Officer “Sergeant, I haven’t drunk anything, I am just giving them a ride to their car”. The Defendant’s speech was extremely slurred, and emitted a strong odor of alcohol as he spoke. The Defendant stumbled and held onto the car for balance. The Defendant failed all the field sobriety tests. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 7464XEE

      At 1:30 am, Defendant was observed driving at 45 mph in a posted 35 mph zone, swerving all over the road, tailgating other vehicles and nearly running up on top of a concrete median. Police stopped the defendant and asked for the driver’s license. Without been asked to do so, the Defendant stepped out of the vehicle, and engaged in a conversation about his fishing trip to the Keys. The Officer noticed defendant had watery, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and exhibited a strong odor of alcohol. The Defendant couldn’t perform the roadside tests to standard. Defendant blew .220 and .216 into the Breathalyzer machine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 6737XDX

      At 2:30 am, police noticed defendant driving at a high speed, police pulled behind him and Defendant stopped after being followed for 20 blocks by the police. When Defendant stepped out of the car, and said he was coming from Coconut Grove, the officer asked if he had anything to drink he replied “Of Course!” The officer detected the defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and smelled like alcohol. The defendant wasn’t able to keep his balance during the field sobriety tests and blew over the legal limit. The police found receipts inside the defendant’s pockets for the alcoholic beverages he had purchased earlier that night. The defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 9257XEX

      At 3:00 am, Police observed the defendant was driving at 70 mph in a 50 mph zone, passing all vehicles in the road, swerving and drifting into another lane and back and almost striking the guardrail. When the Officer approached the vehicle, he detected a strong smell of alcohol coming from the car and noticed the defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, flushed face, and was sweating profusely. The defendant stated he had been drinking at a friend’s house celebrating a birthday. He performed the roadside tests which he failed, the defendant provided a breath sample. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 9693-XEQ

      At 2:19am, Police observed defendant making an illegal turn at a red light. The, defendant proceeded to make an improper U-turn in front of a police car, forcing the officer to slam on his breaks. The underage defendant’s speech was slurred, his eyes were blood red and he reeked of the alcohol that he’d been consuming at the bar earlier that night. The young man admitted to the fact that he’d been drinking beer prior to the incident and agreed to undergo several field and chemical sobriety tests. The defendant received a BAL of .111 and .106 on the breath tests and failed the field tests entirely. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case : 6927XEX

      At 10:58 pm, Police observed Defendant quickly switching to the lane of oncoming traffic almost crashing with the officer’s vehicle. The defendant continued to drive and a few blocks later slammed her breaks to prevent crashing with another vehicle approaching her. When Police ordered the defendant to exit the car, the defendant fell to the ground and Police had to help her get up. Police noticed the Defendant presented multiple signs of impairment. Do to the heavy traffic in the area the sobriety tests were performed at the police station, which weren’t perform to standards. Defendant blew .217 and .220 onto the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 0914XEV

      At 12:22 am, Defendant run thru a stop sign cutting off and almost crashing with a Police car. The defendant kept driving and police noticed he was swerving from lane to lane. When the Defendant was pulled over the officer notice he had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech and exhibited a strong odor of alcohol. The defendant performed above standards on the roadside exercises. Upon arrest, the defendant pulled out of his pocket 6 Platinum Beer bottle caps. Defendant was charged for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 8650XEX

      At 3:10 am, defendant drove through an intersection while the light was still red. The Officer found a cup of Coke and whiskey in the cup holder and a bottle of 750 ml of Kynross Scotch Whisky almost empty. The defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant performed poorly on the roadside field sobriety tests. Defendant blew 0.123 and 0.115 into the breath machine. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 1942XBN

      At 2am, the defendant was stopped by the Police as another driver reported a white Toyota failing to maintain a single lane. The defendant stated she have had 3 Heineken beers. Defendant said she gets epileptic. The Officer detected the odor of alcohol coming from the defendant’s breath, slurred speech, red glassy eye and was unsteady on her feet. The defendant was not able to perform any of the field sobriety tests to standard. Defendant blew 0.179/0.186, twice the legal limit, into the Breathalyzer. Defendant was arrested for DUI

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 5024XEM

      At 4:10 am, Police observed defendant carelessly making a right turn from the left lane. The Defendant was pulled over and the Officer noticed the defendant seemed confused when asked where he was coming from and where he was heading to. The Officer also noticed the smell of alcohol on defendant’s breath and bloodshot/watery eyes. He failed to perform to standards the walk and turn test, one leg stand and horizontal gaze tests. Defendant blew 0.118/0.116 into the breath machine. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 9704XEX

      At 6:05 am, defendant was stopped for driving through a solid red light. The officer detected signs of impairment on the defendant – strong odor of alcohol, and red glossy eyes. The Defendant was asked to perform the field sobriety test, which he wasn’t able to perform to standard. While performing the tests he said “I had a few Scotch’s I guess that got me in trouble” and “I only had a few drink a while ago”. Defendant blew 0.086/0.079 into the Breathalyzer. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 2528-XCK

      At 11:20 pm, an officer observed the Defendant going at an extreme speed of 65mph in a 45 mph zone, and driving recklessly by taking up 2 lanes. The officer initiated a traffic stop to which the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and the strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The officer also noticed that there were several open alcoholic containers inside the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and also blew a .155/.157 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A0RQMIP

      At 11:52 pm, an officer viewed the Defendant going at a speed of 55 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Once the officer tried to pull the Defendant over, the Defendant began to increase the vehicles speed to 70 mph. Finally once the traffic stop occurred, the officer noticed multiple signs of alcoholic intoxication, to which the officer instructed the Defendant to complete the field sobriety exercises, and was unable to pass, thus he Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7780-XEE

      At 2:38 am, officers observed the Defendant driving without the headlights activated, an initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the driver’s side of the car and immediately smelled the stench of alcohol. The officer also noticed the Defendants watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant then completed and failed the field sobriety exercises due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .162 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6275-XDX

      At 12:34 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light, and initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer met with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant was also extremely uncooperative and insulting to the officer by yelling out profanity and insults. The officer arrested for DUI the Defendant when the Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test. The officer also found an open beer bottle on the driver’s side, to make the DUI case even more challenging. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7444-XEQ

      At 3:28 am, the Defendant was pulled over due to failing to be able to maintain the single lane and was observed swerving. Officers approached the vehicle and observed multiple signs of intoxication the Defendant displayed. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a slurred speech. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant kept loosing balance, and was not able to comprehend the officer’s demands. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7464-XEM

      At 2 am, police stopped the Defendant for making an illegal u-turn. Upon observation, officers were able to see the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. There was also a powerful smell of alcohol on the Defendant’s breath. After admitting to having had a various amounts of alcohol, the Defendant complied with taking the field sobriety test. After failing due to loss of balance, the Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 6755-XEQ

      At 4:02 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident that occurred when the Defendant hit another vehicle, causing the victim serious injury. Once the officers questioned the Defendant, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s mouth. The Defendant also admitted to having drunk a 6 pack of beer, and then was then instructed to do the field sobriety test, and failed due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 3922-XEX

      At 12:55 am, officers observed the Defendant swerving in front of the, while almost hitting parked cars. The traffic stop was initiated, and the officers immediately noticed signs of intoxication like: the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and flushed face. There was also an odor of alcohol that emitted when the Defendant stepped out of the car. Due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication, the Defendant was unable to meet the roadside exercises to standard, and was arrested for DUI. Later on, the Defendant admitted to having a few drinks and blew a .178/.167 in the breathalyzer, which both samples are 2 times above the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 2387-XED

      At 7:33 am, officers observed the Defendant driving the wrong direction on a one way street, and then run a stop sign. Once the traffic stop was initiated, officers could immediately smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s vehicle. Officers later found multiple open beer bottles in the Defendant’s backseat. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face that showed the extreme measures of intoxication. The Defendant refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 4080-XEX

      At 5:20 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run accident that occurred in which the Defendant’s vehicle hit a pedestrian, and then fled the scene leaving the victim on the road. When police finally caught up with Defendant, they noticed signs of impairment such as: bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and failed to meet the standards of the sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 5384 XEM

      At 3:08 AM, Defendant was observed swerving all over the road and at one point driving off the road. The officer pulled the Defendant over and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and the odor of alcohol coming from her breath. The officer asked the Defendant if she had been drinking and she said “yes, I had 2 drinks, and I’m really tired”. She failed to perform to standards the roadside tests. The Defendant agreed to take the Breathalyzer test and blew 0.141 and 0.146. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 7005XEX

      At 3:43AM, Defendant was stopped because her vehicle’s headlight wasn’t working. The Defendant failed to stop on the right side of the road, instead she stopped the vehicle in the middle of the road. Officer observed Defendant presented watery, blood shot eyes, and the odor of alcohol emitting from her breath. When the officer asked the Defendant about the broken headlight, Defendant told the officer her air conditioning, windows and radio in the car weren’t working and asked him to follow her home due to her feeling hot in the car, the officer asked Defendant what that had to do with the headlight and Defendant stated “I don’t know, I just feel hot inside my car and want to go home”. The Defendant agreed to perform the roadside tests, which weren’t completed to standards. Defendant refused to take the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 4716XEM

      At 2:15AM, Police received a call reference a person passed out asleep behind the wheel of a running car on the McDonald’s drive thru section. Police arrived on the scene, and noticed the Defendant sleeping behind the wheel of the car, with the engine running, headlights on and foot on break. The officer tried to wake up the Defendant by shaking him, and shouting but he didn’t respond. The officer had to open the car door and shake the Defendant one more time to wake him up. When asked for the Driver’s License, Defendant handed the Officer a Debit Card. The Defendant appeared disoriented, he had slurred speech, and blood shot watery eyes. Defendant wasn’t able to complete the Roadside tests and blew twice over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 7814-XEM

      At 10:19 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant had cause over $3,000 in damage due to the extreme level of intoxication suffered. The Defendant then left the scene attempting to out run the officers, but once the officers found the Defendant they noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 0132-XBQ

      At 11:17 pm, an officer noticed a 2 vehicle crash that occurred in which the Defendant was involved. The crash resulted in hundreds of dollars worth in damage, and the officer noticed that the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. After the Defendant admitted to having 5 beers, and the officer noticing the Defendants red and watery eyes, the officer instructed the Defendant to complete the field sobriety test. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .105/.109 making the Defendant’s case harder to convince to the prosecution that the Defendant was not under any influence.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A177DRP

      At 8:30 am, officers noticed the Defendant’s vehicle driving aggressively, and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the traffic stop was initiated, it took the Defendant several tries to get into the nearby parking lot to be pulled over. Upon approaching the Defendant’s vehicle, officers noticed the odor of marijuana coming from the Defendant’s direction. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, and had admitted to smoking marijuana that morning and the night before. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later gave a urine sample as cooperation.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 8655-XEX

      At 3:49 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle going 30pmh in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant had difficulty maintaining the single lane and was swerving as well. Once the traffic stop was initiated, officers noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, as well as, the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance, and fell and stumbled multiple times. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused submitting a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 4207-XEX

      At 10:32 am, officers were flagged down by a witness to inform them that the Defendant was asleep behind the wheel, and would not wake up. The officers attempted several times to wake up the Defendant, and were finally successful. The officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face and concluded that the Defendant had been drinking. The Defendant admitted to having some vodka, and was arrested for DUI after failing the field sobriety exercises.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 4126-XEX

      At around 4:24 am, officers were patrolling when they noticed the Defendant driving in front of them and saw an expired tag on the license plate. The officers then observed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn and decided to initiate a traffic stop. As the officers approached the stopped vehicle, the Defendant began to drive off and the officers had to get inside their patrol car and chase after the Defendant. When the officers finally got the Defendant to stop, they asked the Defendant out of the car and noticed the Defendant had slow, sluggish movements, as well as bloodshot watery eyes. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises and was arrested. The Defendant also supplied the officers with a breath sample of .195/ .210 which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A1EG2PE

      At 3:44 am, officers were dispatched to the location of the Defendant asleep in the vehicle. The officers tried multiple times to wake up the Defendant, and after several minutes, the Defendant woke up and got out of the vehicle. The Defendant had almost no balance and had to be helped by the officers in order to stay upright. The Defendant was swaying back and forth through the questions of the officers, and they noticed the red bloodshot eyes of the Defendant, as well as, the odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant refused to complete the field sobriety exercises, and submit a breath sample, so the officers arrested the Defendant for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A1EG2RE

      At 2:20 am, an officer observed the Defendant drive at a high rate of speed, and thus initiated a traffic stop. While the officer was speaking with the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and an odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises as instructed, and was arrested. The Defendant gave the breath sample of .209, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A1EG2QE

      At around 8:00 pm, officers observed the Defendant speeding and also noticed that the Defendant was driving without a left front tire. The officers immediately begun to follow the Defendant's vehicle and attempted to pull it over, but the Defendant refused to stop. After multiple verbal warnings from the patrol car, the Defendant finally stopped after reaching a dead end. The Defendant proceeded to get out of the car, and officers had to wrestle the Defendant to the ground. The Defendant resisted and tried to flee, but officers were able to restrain the Defendant. After the Defendant was restrained, officers saw that the Defendant had vomited inside the car, and saw the Defendant’s glossy watery eyes. The Defendant also suffered from a mumbled speech and had a strong odor of alcohol as well. After the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety exercises, the officers arrested the Defendant and began to search the vehicle. Inside, they found a six-pack of Smirnoff with 3 bottles missing, and one empty bottle was in the passenger’s seat. The Defendant was charged with a DUI and provided a breath sample of .187.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0FSP

      At 2:23 pm, officers were dispatched to the Defendant’s location because the Defendant’s vehicle was blocking the flow of traffic. When officers approached the vehicle, they saw the Defendant asleep inside of the vehicle with the music very loud. Officers were not able to awaken the Defendant until they physically shook the Defendant. Once the Defendant woke up, the car began to move forward since the car was not in park. One officer had to run after the car and hop in in order to put it in park. After the Defendant’s vehicle was stopped, officers noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and red. They asked the Defendant to complete the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. After providing the breath sample of .151/.141, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 1691XBR

      At 3:14 am, an officer saw the Defendant fail to yield at a flashing red light, and proceeded to initiate a traffic stop. When the officer approached the Defendant, he noticed multiple signs of impairment including: a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and a slurred speech. The officer also detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s facial area. Once the Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested and refused to submit a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 0516-XBQ

      At 1:25 am, officers were notified about an aggressive driver who was driving recklessly, and was failing to maintain the single lane. The officers observed the Defendant’s car drive into oncoming traffic, and initiated a traffic stop in order to stop the Defendant and preserve the safety of other drivers. Once the officers stopped the Defendant, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle. The officers then noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes. When the Defendant admitted to having 3 beers, officers asked the Defendant to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass the test, so the Defendant was arrested and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 8190-XEV

      At 1:28 am, an officer was patrolling an area when he saw the Defendant's vehicle unable to maintain the single lane, and also noticed that the vehicle did not have any rearview mirrors on the side. The officer began a traffic stop, and upon inspection of the Defendant, he noticed how flushed the Defendant’s face was and had red bloodshot eyes. The officer also detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth, so he asked the Defendant to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unsteady and failed to pass the test. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4126-XEX

      At 4:24 am, an officer witnessed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn where there was a posted sign prohibiting a U-turn. When the officer pulled the Defendant over and approached the driver’s side door, the Defendant sped off and began to flee from the officer. After chasing the Defendant down, the officer had the Defendant put the car in park and step out of the vehicle. As soon as the Defendant got out, the officer noticed the strong smell of an unknown alcoholic substance, and saw how the Defendant swayed back and forth. Upon closer inspection of the Defendant ‘s face, the officer saw how bloodshot and watery his eyes were, and how flushed his face was. The Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but was able to pass the test. The Defendant provided the breath sample of .210, much more than double the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 9941-XFE

      At 3:17 am, officers were dispatched to a crash that occurred in the parking lot of Dolphin Mall. According to eyewitnesses, the Defendant was speeding through the lot, and lost control of the vehicle, which led to crashing into a parked car, resulting in 2 pedestrians getting seriously injured. Not only did the Defendant send 2 people to the hospital, but also caused over $3,000 in damages to the car that was struck. Once the officers arrived at the scene they saw the Defendant swaying from side to side and had unsteady feet. Once they spoke with the Defendant, they both noticed the odor of alcohol the Defendant had, as well as red eyes and a slurred speech. Since the officer believed the Defendant was impaired, they began the field sobriety exercises, to which the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested, and also blew a .223/.211 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 3733-XEX

      At 4:10 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant struck a Miami Dade County Bus by running a steady red light, and caused over $17,000 in property damage. When officers arrived on the scene, the Defendant needed help maintain his balance by leaning on the car. The officers could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant's breath, and saw the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. After instructing the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then provided a breath sample of .145 in the breathalyzer, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 8033-XEM

      At around 4:45 am, an officer was came up behind the Defendant’s vehicle at a red light, and then observed the Defendant speed off and run the red light in the middle of an intersection. The officer pursued the Defendant’s vehicle and began a traffic stop due to the violation that just occurred. Upon closer inspection of the Defendant, the officer noticed how red and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. Then when the Defendant spoke, the officer heard the slurred words, and could smell the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage. After the Defendant admitted to the officer about drinking earlier in the night, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI. The Defendant cooperated and gave the breath samples .175/.169, even though both readings were more than 2x times the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0Y8P

      At 2 am, officers were posted with a radar gun and observed the Defendant speeding at a rate of 60 mph, in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant also failed to maintain the single lane and almost collided with other drivers, so the officers began a traffic stop. Once the officers approached the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant's bloodshot eyes and flushed face, as well as, the odor of alcohol. The believed the driver to be impaired and began to administer the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to complete the exercises to the standard, and was arrested. The Defendant was very uncooperative and refused to answer any of the officer’s questions, but did provide the breath sample of .121 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6853-GBY

      At 4:30 pm, officers were dispatched to a traffic accident that occurred because the Defendant drove carelessly and did not stop in time before rear-ending another vehicle. The total amount of property damage assessed was about $3,000 to both vehicles. Once the officers arrived on scene they could smell alcohol coming from the Defendant's mouth. The officers then noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. Once the officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant attempted to pass but failed. During the exercises, officers found a package of white pills that fell out of the Defendant’s pockets and saw that it was a controlled substance. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and the Defendant had to administer a urine test for the officers.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6897-XDX

      At 4:05 am, an officer viewed the Defendant had difficulty maintaining the single lane, and was going at a high rate of speed of 80 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant had red watery eyes, a flushed face and slurred speech. The officer then conducted the field sobriety exercises, in which the Defendant failed. The Defendant provided the breath sample of .178/.166 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4117-XEX

      At 3:00 am, the Defendant was observed by officers going 60 mph in a 30 mph residential zone. After multiple attempts to waive and signal the Defendant to stop the vehicle, the chase continued until the Defendant finally stopped after 2 miles of chasing. Upon seeing the Defendant the officer observed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes. Once the Defendant began to speak the officer could smell a poignant smell of alcohol coming from his facial area, and had a slurred speech. The officer then began to administer the field sobriety test, to which the Defendant failed, and blew a .153/.147 on the breathalyzer, and thus was arrested.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FJHBP

      At 1AM the Defendant was pulled over for going 60mph in a 40mph zone. When the officers approached the vehicle, they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes. While speaking to the Defendant they noted the slurred speech, and the Defendant admitted to drinking alcohol that night. The officers asked the Defendant to perform standard roadside field sobriety tests, and the Defendant did not perform these tests to standards. The Defendant was then placed under arrest and charged with a DUI. When asked to provide a breath sample, the Defendant blew a .276/.279 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8179XEV

      At 10AM one day the Defendant was found unconscious behind the wheel in the middle of the street with the car still in drive. Even after several attempts, officers were unable to wake the Defendant up. An office with a lockout kit had to unlock the vehicle from the outside, and only then was the Defendant able to be woken up. When speaking to the Defendant the officers noticed a strong scent of alcohol and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes. It was at this point that the DUI investigation began. The Defendant was asked to perform roadside field sobriety tests and did not perform them to standards. The Defendant was asked to blow into a breathalyzer and complied, blowing a .246/240. After, the Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI. When the police searched the car they found several marijuana cigarettes.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6304-XEM

      At 2:28 am, the arresting officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving recklessly and going an unlawful speed of 104mph in a posted 55mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop, and approached the driver’s side to observe the Defendant. The officer noticed that the Defendant had multiple signs of impairment such as: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. Once the officer began the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to correctly pass the test, and was arrested and charged for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .190/.195 in the breathalyzer, which is well over double the legal limit in Florida.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7104-XEM

      At 1:30 am, officers viewed the Defendant’s vehicle swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. They initiated a traffic stop, approached the Defendant, and noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had a slurred and mumbled speech during the officer’s questioning. After the Defendant’s inability to pass the standardized sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also provided a breath sample of .116/.118 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7088-XEX

      At 2:32 am, an officer noticed the Defendant weaving in between cars and lanes, and then run a steady red light. Once the Defendant was pulled over, the officer noticed the Defendant had many signs of impairment: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred and mumbled speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also admitted to having 6 glasses of whiskey, before driving. The Defendant was then instructed to complete the field sobriety exercises, and was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .172/.171 in the breathalyzer, which is double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6314-XEQ

      At 3:39 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light, and therefore initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed that the Defendant displayed the signs of impairment that included: bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and flushed face. During the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was swaying from side to side and kept loosing balance throughout. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI, after blowing a .128/.129 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 1433-XEU

      At 3:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving and unable to maintain the single lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and approached the Defendant on the driver’s side door. The Defendant had glossy, bloodshot eyes, and there was an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant that the officer noticed. When the Defendant stepped out of the car to perform the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant had extreme difficulty maintaining balance and posture. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6211-XEM

      At 4:12 am, an officer viewed the Defendant driving recklessly at an unlawful speed of 58mph in a posted 40 mph zone, and the Defendant also failed to maintain the single lane by swerving. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired and initiated a traffic stop. The Defendant displayed the following signs of intoxication: bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. After the Defendant admitted to have a couple of beers before driving, the officer conducted the field sobriety test. The Defendant failed and then blew a .187/.183 in the breathalyzer, and therefore was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6742-XEQ

      At 4:15 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle obstructing traffic, and initiated a traffic stop. As officers questioned the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant had a flushed face, and could smell the odor of alcohol coming out of the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant refused to answer any questions, but provided a breath sample of .087/.082. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercise to standard and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7436-XEM

      At around 11 pm, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving around without headlights, and going an unlawful speed of 50 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. The Defendant was also so intoxicated, that the Defendant was unable to maintain the single lane for a couple of miles, until the officers initiated the traffic stop. Upon observation of the Defendant, the officer’s noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant was unable to pass the roadside exercises, and provided the breath samples of .133/.139 from the breathalyzer. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0YGP

      At 1 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident that occurred when the Defendant failed to change lanes correctly, and crashed into another car. The Defendant’s actions cause over $12,000 in property damages to both vehicles, and the Defendant had been driving with a suspended license. Once on the scene, officers detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. They also noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, and believed that the Defendant was impaired prior to causing the crash. The Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises and blew a .110/.107 in the breathalyzer, which is over the legal limit. The Defendant was then arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 3847-XEX

      At 1:38 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving southbound with no headlights on for several blocks. The officer initiated a traffic stop and found that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. When the Defendant spoke, the officer noticed that the Defendant spoke in a slurred speech, and had the odor of alcohol emitting from the facial area. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired and instructed how to complete the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards and was arrested. The Defendant also blew a .187/.181 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7885-XEM

      At 1:53 am, the Defendant was observed swerving in between lanes, failing to maintain the single lane, almost striking the police officer’s car and almost crashing into the concrete median. The officer initiated a traffic stop and when the officer approached the driver’s side door, the officer smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer also noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot and watery eyes, as well as, slurred speech. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and blew a .130/.133 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7161-XBO

      At 3:03 am, the Defendant was observed driving recklessly while weaving in between multiple lanes, and at an unlawful speed of 85 mph in a 55 mph zone. Once the officer initiated a traffic stop, the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the car, and saw the Defendant had unsteady movements, loss of balance, and was staggering. The officer also viewed the Defendant’s eyes and saw they were bloodshot, and the Defendant’s speech was slurred. The Defendant later refused to complete the roadside exercises and to submit a breath test, so the Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0N5P

      At 3:07 am, officers observed the Defendant driving at an unlawful speed of 80-90 mph in a posted 45 mph zone, and then increase speed to almost 110 mph. The Defendant was driving recklessly and weaving in between lanes, so the officer initiated a traffic stop. The officer saw the Defendant had watery eyes, and could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the car. The Defendant was too impaired to pass the field sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI after blowing a .102/.100 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A05M89P

      At 10:50 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash in which the Defendant caused hundreds of dollars in property damage by driving carelessly and crashing into a speed limit sign, and then leave the scene. The Defendant then proceeded to crash into another sign, and then flee the 2nd crash scene as well. Once officer’s caught up with the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant was driving with a suspended license, and the Defendant showed signs of impairment. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant then submitted a breath test of .057/.06, as well as, a urine sample before being arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0YRP

      At around 12:35 am, officers noticed the Defendant’s vehicle backing up without using headlights and continued to drive without putting them on. The officers initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle and noticed the pungent odor or alcohol coming out of the car when the Defendant opened the window. The officers also noticed the Defendant had red, and watery bloodshot eyes along with a slurred speech. The officers asked if the Defendant had been drinking and the Defendant admitted to having beers and shots of liquor. After the Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass, even though multiple attempts were performed. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI, and blew a .10 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0QIP

      At 2:23 am, officers were dispatched to an accident that occurred when the Defendant crashed into a “Do not enter sign,” causing over $1,500 worth in damage. When officers arrived on the scene, they saw the Defendant inside the vehicle and noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and very watery. The Defendant had a slurred and mumbled speech when answering the officer’s questions, and they could also smell alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. After the Defendant failed to complete the field sobriety exercises, and refused to submit a breath sample, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 8015-XEM

      At 3:55 am, officers observed the Defendant speeding and going 60 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. When officers attempted to do a traffic stop, the Defendant failed to stop until the officers had to pull up next to the vehicle and shout in order to the Defendant to stop. Once an officer approached the drivers side of the vehicle he was able to smell the odor of alcohol coming from it. Once the Defendant spoke, the officer could also smell it coming from his breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes which is another sign of intoxication. The Defendant admitted to the officers that he had consumed multiple glasses of whiskey, and was asked to complete the sobriety exercises. After failing to meet the standard, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI and refused to submit to a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4126-XEX

      At around 4:24 am, officers were patrolling when they noticed the Defendant driving in front of them and saw an expired tag on the license plate. The officers then observed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn and decided to initiate a traffic stop. As the officers approached the stopped vehicle, the Defendant began to drive off and the officers had to get inside their patrol car and chase after the Defendant. When the officers finally got the Defendant to stop, they asked the Defendant out of the car and noticed the Defendant had slow, sluggish movements, as well as bloodshot watery eyes. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises and was arrested. The Defendant also supplied the officers with a breath sample of .195/ .210 which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 3681-XEX

      At around 8 am, an officer was dispatched to a disturbance at a hotel. Once the officer arrived at the scene, he heard loud a loud screeching coming from tires creating smoke against the asphalt. The Defendant was driving the vehicle making that noise, and the officer saw the Defendant speeding down the street and swerved and crashed into a parked car. The total damage to both vehicles was estimated to be over $15,000. After the officer made sure no one was hurt, he noticed that the Defendant had a slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant also confessed to drinking 4 rum and cokes before getting behind the wheel. The officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI and the Defendant provided a breath sample of .206, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 575282X

      At around 12 am, officers viewed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn and then was unable to maintain the single lane by swerving. Fearing the Defendant was inebriated, officers began a traffic stop and approached the drivers side door. They noticed the foul stench of alcohol and vomit coming from inside the vehicle and asked if the Defendant had been drinking. The Defendant admitted to having 5 beers prior to getting on the road by using a very slurred speech. Officers asked the Defendant to step out of the car and noticed the Defendant was unable to maintain his balance, and this continued throughout the standard field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .177/.159 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 3681-XEX

      At around 8 am, an officer was dispatched to a disturbance at a hotel. Once the officer arrived at the scene, he heard loud a loud screeching coming from tires creating smoke against the asphalt. The Defendant was driving the vehicle making that noise, and the officer saw the Defendant speeding down the street and swerved and crashed into a parked car. The total damage to both vehicles was estimated to be over $15,000. After the officer made sure no one was hurt, he noticed that the Defendant had a slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant also confessed to drinking 4 rum and cokes before getting behind the wheel. The officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI and the Defendant provided a breath sample of .206, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 575282X

      At around 12 am, officers viewed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn and then was unable to maintain the single lane by swerving. Fearing the Defendant was inebriated, officers began a traffic stop and approached the drivers side door. They noticed the foul stench of alcohol and vomit coming from inside the vehicle and asked if the Defendant had been drinking. The Defendant admitted to having 5 beers prior to getting on the road by using a very slurred speech. Officers asked the Defendant to step out of the car and noticed the Defendant was unable to maintain his balance, and this continued throughout the standard field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .177/.159 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A1EG2PE

      At 3:44 am, officers were dispatched to the location of the Defendant asleep in the vehicle. The officers tried multiple times to wake up the Defendant, and after several minutes, the Defendant woke up and got out of the vehicle. The Defendant had almost no balance and had to be helped by the officers in order to stay upright. The Defendant was swaying back and forth through the questions of the officers, and they noticed the red bloodshot eyes of the Defendant, as well as, the odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant refused to complete the field sobriety exercises, and submit a breath sample, so the officers arrested the Defendant for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A1EG2RE

      At 2:20 am, an officer observed the Defendant drive at a high rate of speed, and thus initiated a traffic stop. While the officer was speaking with the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and an odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises as instructed, and was arrested. The Defendant gave the breath sample of .209, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A1EG2QE

      At around 8:00 pm, officers observed the Defendant speeding and also noticed that the Defendant was driving without a left front tire. The officers immediately begun to follow the Defendant's vehicle and attempted to pull it over, but the Defendant refused to stop. After multiple verbal warnings from the patrol car, the Defendant finally stopped after reaching a dead end. The Defendant proceeded to get out of the car, and officers had to wrestle the Defendant to the ground. The Defendant resisted and tried to flee, but officers were able to restrain the Defendant. After the Defendant was restrained, officers saw that the Defendant had vomited inside the car, and saw the Defendant’s glossy watery eyes. The Defendant also suffered from a mumbled speech and had a strong odor of alcohol as well. After the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety exercises, the officers arrested the Defendant and began to search the vehicle. Inside, they found a six-pack of Smirnoff with 3 bottles missing, and one empty bottle was in the passenger’s seat. The Defendant was charged with a DUI and provided a breath sample of .187.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0FSP

      At 2:23 pm, officers were dispatched to the Defendant’s location because the Defendant’s vehicle was blocking the flow of traffic. When officers approached the vehicle, they saw the Defendant asleep inside of the vehicle with the music very loud. Officers were not able to awaken the Defendant until they physically shook the Defendant. Once the Defendant woke up, the car began to move forward since the car was not in park. One officer had to run after the car and hop in in order to put it in park. After the Defendant’s vehicle was stopped, officers noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and red. They asked the Defendant to complete the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. After providing the breath sample of .151/.141, the Defendant was arrested for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 1691XBR

      At 3:14 am, an officer saw the Defendant fail to yield at a flashing red light, and proceeded to initiate a traffic stop. When the officer approached the Defendant, he noticed multiple signs of impairment including: a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and a slurred speech. The officer also detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s facial area. Once the Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested and refused to submit a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0AAP

      At Midnight, the Defendant was pulled over for swerving out of the lane while driving, in addition to driving with a flat tire and no headlights at night. The officer noticed the Defendant had a strong scent of alcohol, bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The officer then asked the Defendant to perform roadside sobriety tests. The Defendant did not perform the tests to standards, and was charged with a DUI. The Defendant blew .203/.200 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 8462XEQ

      At 10:30PM, the Defendant got into a car accident with another driver, causing $300 in damage. When the police arrived to investigate the accident, the officer noticed that the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, and was having trouble staying balanced. The officer asked the Defendant to perform the roadside sobriety tests, which the Defendant refused to do. The Defendant was charged with a DUI, and taken into custody. When asked for a breath sample, the Defendant blew a .135/.126 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7692XBQ

      At 9:30PM, an officer was called to the scene of an accident. The Defendant crashed into another vehicle, causing $2950 in damage, and then tried to flee from the scene. When the officer began to question the Defendant, the Defendant denied being involved in the accident, even though the other driver identified him as the driver that was involved in the accident. The officer noticed that the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his facial area, and requested that the Defendant perform the field sobriety tests. The Defendant agreed, and executed two of the tests before refusing to complete any of the other tests. The officer determined that the Defendant did not perform the tests to standards, and the Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI. The Defendant refused to blow into a breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 6407XDX

      At 1:00AM, an officer witnessed the Defendant fail to stop at a red light. When the officer tried to initiate a traffic stop, the Defendant did not pull over. Eventually, when the officer made contact, the officer noticed the Defendant had slurred speech, watery eyes, a strong odor of alcohol, and was swaying back and forth. When the officer administered the roadside sobriety tests, it was determined that the Defendant did not perform the tests to standards, and the Defendant was charged with a DUI. The Defendant went on to blow a .143/.130 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A0Z0H5P

      At 4:00AM, an officer saw the Defendant swerving while driving, and almost side-swipe a vehicle. The officer pulled the Defendant over and immediately noticed a strong scent of alcohol, bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The officer then asked the Defendant to perform the field sobriety tests, which the Defendant did not perform to standards. The Defendant was then charged with a DUI and arrested. While being arrested the Defendant admitted to having been drinking that night. The Defendant then blew .145/.139 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 1446XCF

      At 3:44 am, an officer observed a vehicle stopped on top of the grass between lanes. The vehicle’s engine and lights were on, and the brake lights were also on. It was then that the officer noticed the Defendant sitting on the driver’s side asleep, the doors of the vehicle locked. The officer proceeded to knock on the window to attempt to wake the Defendant, who woke up approximately ten seconds later. The officer instructed the Defendant to turn off the vehicle and open the door, instructions that the Defendant followed, but with difficulty. When the Defendant opened the door, the officer sensed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, while the Defendant’s eyes were also bloodshot and watery. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises but he failed to pass within standards. The Defendant blew 0.122/0.123 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 2911XEV

      At 9:46 pm, the Defendant was driving and failed to stop at a traffic stop, striking the rear bumper of one of the vehicles that was stopped in front of him, causing that vehicle to subsequently strike the rear bumper of a third vehicle involved. The Defendant then attempted to switch lanes and ended up striking a fourth vehicle in the rear bumper before coming to a complete stop. The Defendant caused damages worth $9000. One of the officers approached the Defendant and could sense a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage initiating from his breath, while the Defendant’s eyes seemed to be bloodshot and watery. The Defendant was also very unstable on his feet, and refused to answer any questions regarding whether or not he had had anything to drink that night, while also refusing to perform the roadside examinations on scene. The Defendant then refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 2911XEV

      At 9:46 pm, the Defendant was driving and failed to stop at a traffic stop, striking the rear bumper of one of the vehicles that was stopped in front of him, causing that vehicle to subsequently strike the rear bumper of a third vehicle involved. The Defendant then attempted to switch lanes and ended up striking a fourth vehicle in the rear bumper before coming to a complete stop. The Defendant caused damages worth $9000. One of the officers approached the Defendant and could sense a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage initiating from his breath, while the Defendant’s eyes seemed to be bloodshot and watery. The Defendant was also very unstable on his feet, and refused to answer any questions regarding whether or not he had had anything to drink that night, while also refusing to perform the roadside examinations on scene. The Defendant then refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 0516-XBQ

      At 1:25 am, officers were notified about an aggressive driver who was driving recklessly, and was failing to maintain the single lane. The officers observed the Defendant’s car drive into oncoming traffic, and initiated a traffic stop in order to stop the Defendant and preserve the safety of other drivers. Once the officers stopped the Defendant, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle. The officers then noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes. When the Defendant admitted to having 3 beers, officers asked the Defendant to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass the test, so the Defendant was arrested and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2017 Case: 8190-XEV

      At 1:28 am, an officer was patrolling an area when he saw the Defendant's vehicle unable to maintain the single lane, and also noticed that the vehicle did not have any rearview mirrors on the side. The officer began a traffic stop, and upon inspection of the Defendant, he noticed how flushed the Defendant’s face was and had red bloodshot eyes. The officer also detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth, so he asked the Defendant to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unsteady and failed to pass the test. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4126-XEX

      At 4:24 am, an officer witnessed the Defendant make an illegal U-turn where there was a posted sign prohibiting a U-turn. When the officer pulled the Defendant over and approached the driver’s side door, the Defendant sped off and began to flee from the officer. After chasing the Defendant down, the officer had the Defendant put the car in park and step out of the vehicle. As soon as the Defendant got out, the officer noticed the strong smell of an unknown alcoholic substance, and saw how the Defendant swayed back and forth. Upon closer inspection of the Defendant ‘s face, the officer saw how bloodshot and watery his eyes were, and how flushed his face was. The Defendant was instructed on how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but was able to pass the test. The Defendant provided the breath sample of .210, much more than double the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 9941-XFE

      At 3:17 am, officers were dispatched to a crash that occurred in the parking lot of Dolphin Mall. According to eyewitnesses, the Defendant was speeding through the lot, and lost control of the vehicle, which led to crashing into a parked car, resulting in 2 pedestrians getting seriously injured. Not only did the Defendant send 2 people to the hospital, but also caused over $3,000 in damages to the car that was struck. Once the officers arrived at the scene they saw the Defendant swaying from side to side and had unsteady feet. Once they spoke with the Defendant, they both noticed the odor of alcohol the Defendant had, as well as red eyes and a slurred speech. Since the officer believed the Defendant was impaired, they began the field sobriety exercises, to which the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested, and also blew a .223/.211 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 3733-XEX

      At 4:10 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant struck a Miami Dade County Bus by running a steady red light, and caused over $17,000 in property damage. When officers arrived on the scene, the Defendant needed help maintain his balance by leaning on the car. The officers could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant's breath, and saw the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. After instructing the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then provided a breath sample of .145 in the breathalyzer, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 8033-XEM

      At around 4:45 am, an officer was came up behind the Defendant’s vehicle at a red light, and then observed the Defendant speed off and run the red light in the middle of an intersection. The officer pursued the Defendant’s vehicle and began a traffic stop due to the violation that just occurred. Upon closer inspection of the Defendant, the officer noticed how red and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. Then when the Defendant spoke, the officer heard the slurred words, and could smell the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage. After the Defendant admitted to the officer about drinking earlier in the night, the officer arrested the Defendant for a DUI. The Defendant cooperated and gave the breath samples .175/.169, even though both readings were more than 2x times the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 9978XEX

      At 1:47 am, the Defendant was second in line at an intersection facing westbound. The vehicle in front of the Defendant had the right of way and drove westbound through the intersection. An officer went through the same intersection but proceeded to go northbound. As the officer was halfway through the intersection, the Defendant drove through making a right turn and cut the officer off, causing the officer to slam his brakes to avoid an accident. After initiating a stop, the officer approached the vehicle and made contact with the Defendant by the driver’s window and was able to notice that there were two other passengers in the car. While waiting for the Defendant’s driver’s license and vehicle paperwork that he had asked for, the officer noticed that the Defendant had slurred speech and the odor of an alcoholic beverage about his breath and person. The officer asked the defendant how much he had had to drink to which the Defendant replied “nothing”, which he confirmed a second time again. However, when the officer asked for a third clarification, the Defendant replied he had had one or two drinks. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle and stand in the trunk area of the car, while the officer could still smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage about his breath and person. After being asked if he wanted to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises to make sure he was safe to drive to his destination, the Defendant agreed, did not perform to standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided a proper sample of his breath, blowing a .121/.123 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 5223XEW

      At 3:20 am, while an officer was conducting a traffic stop, he noticed the Defendant’s vehicle stopped behind his police vehicle, which had the emergency lights on. When the officer approached the vehicle on the passenger side, he noticed the Defendant was asleep on the driver’s seat with the vehicle on and on drive. The officer then asked the Defendant if he was okay and to put the car in parking, to which the Defendant had trouble with the latter as he seemed disoriented. After the Defendant put the car in parking, the officer noticed an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his mouth when he was answering the officer’s questions. The Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. It was then that the officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle and whether or not he would be willing to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises to which the defendant agreed. After hearing all of the instructions the officer gave the Defendant, the Defendant performed said exercises but was not able to perform them to standards. The Defendant was then placed in custody and provided a breath sample, blowing .196/.192 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A75ZLBE

      At 10:39pm, while on routine patrol, an officer observed the Defendant conduct an illegal U-turn in her vehicle at an intersection. The officer conducted a traffic stop for the violation and the Defendant pulled her vehicle into a parking lot. Upon exiting his vehicle, the officer approached and made contact with the Defendant through the driver side of the vehicle. The officer requested the Defendant’s driver’s license, vehicle registration, and insurance card, to which she provided a bank card before actually providing her driver’s license. After asking her where she was coming from and where she was going, the officer asked the Defendant if she was aware of the sign stating no U-turns were allowed before she proceeded to make that U-turn and she stated yes. As she spoke to the officer, the officer could smell a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on her breath. The officer also observed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, watery, and glassy. The officer then asked the Defendant if she was willing to perform a series of field sobriety exercises to check for impairment to which the Defendant agreed, but she did not, however, perform according to standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest and provided breath samples of .182/.171 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A1060JP

      At 7:30 am, the Defendant’s vehicle was stopped in reference to an obstructed tag and several other citations. One of the officers asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle so that the Defendant could perform some roadside exercises he had consented to. The Defendant was observed to have red, watery eyes, and an odor of an alcoholic beverage about him. One of the officers began to conduct the roadside exercises on the Defendant but was only able to complete one of the exercises before the Defendant refused to complete the rest. The Defendant was taken into custody and placed in the back seat of a patrol car. The officers conducted a search of the defendant’s vehicle and found an empty beer can along with a beer box with one unopen can of beer inside. The Defendant was then transported to the police station to be given a breath test which he refused.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 3898XEX

      At 11:01 pm, the Defendant was driving southbound and was involved in a rear end collision with a taxi cab. The Defendant’s vehicle struck the rear of the taxi cab. An officer was dispatched and upon arrival at the scene, she observed the Defendant was still sitting in the driver’s seat with the vehicle engine running, the driver’s side airbag deployed. Another officer also arrived at the scene and made contact with the Defendant, noticing that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. A third officer arrived on the scene and observed the same aforementioned characteristics the Defendant withheld, as the second officer had claimed. The third officer offered the Defendant to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises to which the Defendant agreed. The Defendant provided a breath sample and blew .169/.171 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: 8024XEV

      At approximately 6:43 pm, an officer was patrolling the area when she observed the Defendant driving erratically, as the Defendant’s vehicle sped up, then slowed down, and flashed its high beam headlights which the officer noticed was uncalled for as there was no other vehicular traffic that may have possibly caused this to happen. The officer sped up as well to get alongside the Defendant when the Defendant swerved into the center lane nearly causing a collision with her marked police vehicle. The officer got behind the Defendant’s vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. The officer approached the vehicle and made contact with the Defendant, immediately smelling a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath, while also observing the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes. The officer requested for a back-up unit to assist her with a possible DUI investigation. Upon arriving at the scene, the assisting officer noted the same signs of impairment and asked the Defendant if he was willing to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises, to which he agreed but was unable to perform according to standards. Consequently, the Defendant was taken into custody and transported to the police station where he provided breath samples of .130/.147 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A2FJI9P

      At 12:42 am, officers were traveling in the Turnpike. After passing the toll plaza, cones were observed in the right shoulder covering the center and right lane due to construction, merging traffic towards the left lane. The officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle straddling a lane line, accelerating and decelerating rapidly, appearing impaired. The Defendant then failed to maintain a single lane, and collided with a posted cone. The officers conducted a traffic stop, and observed bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol emanating from the Defendant. The Defendant advised the officers he had had a few drinks before. When asked whether he would be willing to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises, the Defendant agreed, but struggled to maintain balance as he got out of the car. The officers had to repeat instructions several times as the Defendant kept on interrupting. While performing the exercises, the Defendant had problems maintaining balance and kept on swaying, as he also failed to meet the standards of the field sobriety exercises. The defendant was taken to the police station and provided breath samples of .117/.121.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A1060VP

      At 1:49 am, an officer was traveling behind the Defendant’s vehicle, which was passing multiple cars at a high rate of speed. As the officer continued following behind the vehicle, he observed the vehicle straddle the lane multiple times as it continued to travel at a high rate of speed. Due to his concern of the danger the Defendant was causing to those traveling around him, the officer conducted a traffic stop. The officer approached the vehicle and asked the Defendant to provide the documents. After having some difficulty providing the documents, the Defendant was finally able to give the documents to the officer and the Defendant spontaneously mentioned that he was sorry. After the officer asked the Defendant where he was coming from, the Defendant’s girlfriend, who was sitting in the passenger seat, began to cry and apologize, admitting that they had gone drinking. As the officer asked the Defendant how much he had had to drink, he noticed a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. The Defendant was instructed to get out of the vehicle to perform some roadside exercises, which the Defendant followed but had to hold on to the car to keep balance, his eyes were bloodshot red and he was having difficulty standing. The Defendant didn’t meet the standards for the roadside exercises and was subsequently taken to a correctional facility. The Defendant provided breath samples and blew .127/.124 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0003XEY

      At 8:04 pm, two officers observed the Defendant driving a vehicle with an expired Florida license plate driving carelessly as it cut off another vehicle. Both officers initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the Defendant. The officers immediately smelled a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath and were also able to notice that the Defendant’s eyes were red and watery. Due to the circumstances, a third officer was called and upon arrival, was able to notice the same characteristics that the two other officers had noted. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, which he did with an unsteady gait, also swaying side to side while attempting to stand still. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises, but did not, however, perform according to standard, being placed under arrest shortly after. The Defendant provided breath samples and blew .183/.182 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 0751XFE

      At 9:20 pm, an officer responded to a motor vehicle crash. The Defendant’s vehicle had struck another vehicle while attempting to reverse several times and was wedged against a tree after attempting to park in a drive way. After trying to leave the scene, several witnesses positively identified the Defendant as being the driver of the vehicle that had caused the accident. The officer approached the Defendant and observed obvious signs of impairment, including a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath, extreme difficulty maintaining his balance, walking with an unsteady gait, bloodshot eyes, and extreme confusion and disorientation. When asked how much he had had to drink, the Defendant replied he had had nothing and spoke in a thick/slurred tongue. The Defendant was also told about the standardized field sobriety exercises, which he agreed to complete after hearing instructions. However, the Defendant did not perform according to standards and was later transported to the police station. The Defendant provided breath samples and blew .299/.294 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVM6E

      At 2:15 am, while on patrol, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle embedded within a gate. The officer then approached the car and noticed one occupant in the driver side front seat. The Defendant then shifted the car into reverse, as was evident by the reverse lights activating, leading the officer to exit the patrol vehicle and walk over to the vehicle. As the police officer was walking over to the vehicle, the Defendant jumped over the center armrest into the front passenger seat while on his phone. The officer noted a slight odor of an alcoholic beverage from the driver side window as he approached the Defendant’s vehicle. The officer asked the Defendant if he needed fire rescue to which the Defendant replied he was okay, so the officer asked him to please step out of the vehicle. As he was getting out of the vehicle, the Defendant kept stumbling and slipping, asking for his hand to be held. While standing and answering the officer’s questions, Defendant swayed back and forth and the officer noticed that his eyes were bloodshot red. When asked what had happened, the Defendant stated that his friend was driving him home but had exited the scene when the officer had pulled up, but there had been no such friend, as the Defendant was the sole occupant of the car. The Defendant also refused to submit to standardized field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9193XBQ

      At approximately 6 pm, the Defendant caused an eight car collision while he was passed out at the front of the vehicle, causing over $10000 in damages. When fire rescue arrived, they found the Defendant trapped within his car. While getting the Defendant out of the vehicle, fire rescue removed two plastic bags containing a white powdery substance from inside the vehicle. After reviving the Defendant, the fire rescue asked him what drugs he had taken and the Defendant admitted he had taken heroin. Fire rescue cleared the Defendant of any head trauma injuries. One of the officers on scene expressed that he couldn’t smell an odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the Defendant’s body, but the officer was able to notice that the Defendant’s eyes were glassy, watery, and bloodshot red as though the Defendant was under the influence of an unknown substance. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises, yet failed to meet standards. Based on the Defendant’s poor performance on these exercises and the previous suspicions, the Defendant was placed under arrest.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7121XCG

      At 3:05 pm, the Defendant lost control and severely struck a pedestrian with the right side of his vehicle, while also rear-ending another vehicle, causing a total damage of $3500. The Defendant had reportedly been swerving from lane to lane prior to the accident. The Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, the odor of an alcoholic beverage on him. The Defendant’s speech was slurred and confused and he was also acting in a cocky and uncooperative manner. Furthermore, the Defendant refused to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 7806-XEM

      At 10 pm, an officer observed the Defendant driving recklessly at a high rate of 140 mph in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant was swerving in between lanes and almost causing a crash with another vehicle. The officer attempted multiple times to have the Defendant slow down and pull over, but it wasn’t until a couple of miles that the Defendant finally did. Immediately the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s vehicle. After seeing all signs of impairment, the Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety test, to which the Defendant failed, and was arrested and charged with DUI. The Defendant also blew a .195/.182, well over 2 times the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: A0Z0RAP

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving in between lanes, then almost hit another car, and finally crashed into bushes and a light pole causing serious property damage. Once the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and the odor of alcohol once the Defendant got out of the car. The Defendant also had a slurred speech that the officers noticed. The Defendant admitted that the Defendant had consumed 3 beers prior to driving. The Defendant was too intoxicated to pass the field sobriety test, and was arrested for a 2nd DUI offense and blew a .155/.145 in the breathalyzer. The Defendant also was in possession of drugs, and was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6131-GRR

      At 6:40 pm, the officer observed the Defendant driving on the wrong side of the street. The officer attempted several times to have the Defendant pull over, but the Defendant would not oblige. Finally after the officer conducted the traffic stop, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth, as well as, a slurred speech. The Defendant admitted to having 4 beers, but refused to give a breath sample. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 3845-XEX

      At 3:30 am, the Defendant was observed by officers, weaving in between lanes, and then driving the wrong direction on a one way street. After a traffic stop was issued, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes, flushed face and the Defendant’s slurred speech. The officers also smelled the faint odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. Once the Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety test, the Defendant was charged and arrested for DUI, and blew a .116/.114 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6869-XDX

      At 6:05 am, officers responded to a crash in which the Defendant had caused $10,000 worth of damage due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication and careless driving. The Defendant was observed by officers to have bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, and a slurred/mumbled speech, along with the odor of alcohol. The Defendant also blew a .213/.203/.220 each almost 3 times above the legal limit. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6869-XDX

      At 6:05 am, officers responded to a crash in which the Defendant had caused $10,000 worth of damage due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication and careless driving. The Defendant was observed by officers to have bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, and a slurred/mumbled speech, along with the odor of alcohol. The Defendant also blew a .213/.203/.220 each almost 3 times above the legal limit. The Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4005-XEJ

      At 3:39 am, an officer observed the Defendant blocking an intersection and letting traffic flow smoothly, thus the officer initiated a traffic stop. Once conducted the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from their breath. The Defendant refused to do the field sobriety exercises and also refused to submit a breath sample, so the Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7596-XEM

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed swerving in between lanes by the arresting officer, and was then pulled over for a traffic stop. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eye, and a slurred speech. The Defendant admitted to having a “bottle of wine,” which is why the officer smelled the odor of alcohol on the Defendant. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety exercise. The Defendant was then arrested for DUI and also blew a .134/.137 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 3910-XEJ

      At 3:30 am, the Defendant was observed backing out improperly by an officer, and was pulled over. The officer then noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth, which led the officer to believe the Defendant was extremely impaired. The Defendant then performed the field sobriety exercise and failed, and was arrested and charged for DUI. Throughout the whole process the Defendant was uncooperative and refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 5706-XEM

      At 1:25 am, the Defendant was observed going at a high rate of speed of 58mph in a 40 mph zone. The officer conducted a traffic stop, in order to protect other drivers from a possible crash. The officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant also had slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. Once the Defendant was unable to meet the standard of the field sobriety exercise, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .143 in the breathalyzer

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7411-XFA

      At 8:10 pm, officers responded to a crash accident to which the Defendant had caused serious property damage by driving carelessly. Once the officers met with the Defendant, they noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and also had a slurred speech. The Defendant was asked to complete the field sobriety exercise, but the officers ha to stop the exercises early due to the Defendant’s level of impairment, and the suspicion that the Defendant was going to be injured. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and also blew a .142/.149 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 5096-XEM

      At 1:35 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving without headlights, and initiated a traffic stop. The Defendant then handed the officers a counterfeit license, and it revealed that the Defendant was underage and showed signs of alcohol impairment. The Defendant admitted to having beers as officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. There was also a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth. The officers then searched the Defendant’s vehicle and found an open container, to which the Defendant was then charged and arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 2528-XCK

      At 11:20 pm, an officer observed the Defendant going at an extreme speed of 65mph in a 45 mph zone, and driving recklessly by taking up 2 lanes. The officer initiated a traffic stop to which the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and the strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The officer also noticed that there were several open alcoholic containers inside the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and also blew a .155/.157 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: A0RQMIP

      At 11:52 pm, an officer viewed the Defendant going at a speed of 55 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Once the officer tried to pull the Defendant over, the Defendant began to increase the vehicles speed to 70 mph. Finally once the traffic stop occurred, the officer noticed multiple signs of alcoholic intoxication, to which the officer instructed the Defendant to complete the field sobriety exercises, and was unable to pass, thus he Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7780-XEE

      At 2:38 am, officers observed the Defendant driving without the headlights activated, an initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the driver’s side of the car and immediately smelled the stench of alcohol. The officer also noticed the Defendants watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant then completed and failed the field sobriety exercises due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .162 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7780-XEE

      At 2:38 am, officers observed the Defendant driving without the headlights activated, an initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the driver’s side of the car and immediately smelled the stench of alcohol. The officer also noticed the Defendants watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant then completed and failed the field sobriety exercises due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .162 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6275-XDX

      At 12:34 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a red light, and initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer met with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face. The Defendant was also extremely uncooperative and insulting to the officer by yelling out profanity and insults. The officer arrested for DUI the Defendant when the Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test. The officer also found an open beer bottle on the driver’s side, to make the DUI case even more challenging. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7444-XEQ

      At 3:28 am, the Defendant was pulled over due to failing to be able to maintain the single lane and was observed swerving. Officers approached the vehicle and observed multiple signs of intoxication the Defendant displayed. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a slurred speech. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant kept loosing balance, and was not able to comprehend the officer’s demands. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7464-XEM

      At 2 am, police stopped the Defendant for making an illegal u-turn. Upon observation, officers were able to see the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. There was also a powerful smell of alcohol on the Defendant’s breath. After admitting to having had a various amounts of alcohol, the Defendant complied with taking the field sobriety test. After failing due to loss of balance, the Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6755-XEQ

      At 4:02 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident that occurred when the Defendant hit another vehicle, causing the victim serious injury. Once the officers questioned the Defendant, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s mouth. The Defendant also admitted to having drunk a 6 pack of beer, and then was then instructed to do the field sobriety test, and failed due to the Defendant’s inability to maintain balance. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 3922-XEX

      At 12:55 am, officers observed the Defendant swerving in front of the, while almost hitting parked cars. The traffic stop was initiated, and the officers immediately noticed signs of intoxication like: the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and flushed face. There was also an odor of alcohol that emitted when the Defendant stepped out of the car. Due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication, the Defendant was unable to meet the roadside exercises to standard, and was arrested for DUI. Later on, the Defendant admitted to having a few drinks and blew a .178/.167 in the breathalyzer, which both samples are 2 times above the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 2387-XED

      At 7:33 am, officers observed the Defendant driving the wrong direction on a one way street, and then run a stop sign. Once the traffic stop was initiated, officers could immediately smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s vehicle. Officers later found multiple open beer bottles in the Defendant’s backseat. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face that showed the extreme measures of intoxication. The Defendant refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4080-XEX

      At 5:20 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run accident that occurred in which the Defendant’s vehicle hit a pedestrian, and then fled the scene leaving the victim on the road. When police finally caught up with Defendant, they noticed signs of impairment such as: bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample, and failed to meet the standards of the sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested and charged with a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7814-XEM

      At 10:19 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant had cause over $3,000 in damage due to the extreme level of intoxication suffered. The Defendant then left the scene attempting to out run the officers, but once the officers found the Defendant they noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 0132-XBQ

      At 11:17 pm, an officer noticed a 2 vehicle crash that occurred in which the Defendant was involved. The crash resulted in hundreds of dollars worth in damage, and the officer noticed that the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. After the Defendant admitted to having 5 beers, and the officer noticing the Defendants red and watery eyes, the officer instructed the Defendant to complete the field sobriety test. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .105/.109 making the Defendant’s case harder to convince to the prosecution that the Defendant was not under any influence.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: A177DRP

      At 8:30 am, officers noticed the Defendant’s vehicle driving aggressively, and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the traffic stop was initiated, it took the Defendant several tries to get into the nearby parking lot to be pulled over. Upon approaching the Defendant’s vehicle, officers noticed the odor of marijuana coming from the Defendant’s direction. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, and had admitted to smoking marijuana that morning and the night before. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later gave a urine sample as cooperation.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 8655-XEX

      At 3:49 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle going 30pmh in a 40 mph zone. The Defendant had difficulty maintaining the single lane and was swerving as well. Once the traffic stop was initiated, officers noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, as well as, the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance, and fell and stumbled multiple times. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused submitting a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4207-XEX

      At 10:32 am, officers were flagged down by a witness to inform them that the Defendant was asleep behind the wheel, and would not wake up. The officers attempted several times to wake up the Defendant, and were finally successful. The officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and flushed face and concluded that the Defendant had been drinking. The Defendant admitted to having some vodka, and was arrested for DUI after failing the field sobriety exercises.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6893-XDQ

      At 2:35 am, an officer viewed the Defendant’s vehicle going the wrong direction on a one-way street, an initiated a traffic stop. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and slurred speech, which all led the officer to believe that the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant admitted to having consumed 3 beers prior, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .204/.217, which is more than double over the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6487-XEO

      At 12:28 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling at a reckless speed of 83 mph in a 30 mph zone. The Defendant was driving aggressively and cutting several vehicles, before the officer attempted several times to get the Defendant to pull over. Once the officer made contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .122/.128 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7359-XEM

      At 2:31 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a dangerous speed of 75 mph in a 55 mph zone, making other vehicles swerve out of the Defendant’s way. The officer initiated a traffic stop, for fear the Defendant would cause an accident, and found the Defendant’s eyes to be bloodshot and watery. The Defendant also had a flushed face, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant was arrested for DUI after failing the roadside exercises, and also refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7298-XEM

      At 5:45 pm, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant ran a stop sign and a red light and crashed into another vehicle causing over $5,000 in damage. The Defendant had re bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face, which led officers to believe that the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. The Defendant also smelled of alcohol and had a slurred and mumbled speech. Once the Defendant did not perform to standard on the field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and blew a .155/.161 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A3PVJEE

      At 3:51 am, the Defendant crashed into a median and traffic sign post, then continued to drive and crashed into another traffic sign post, leaving both signs and vehicle debris along the roadway. Once contact was made, the officer smelled a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant, while also noticing the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant then proceeded to tell the officer he had lost control of the vehicle and his vehicle had flipped several times, a story that was inconsistent with all of the evidence. The Defendant then attempted the field sobriety exercises but did not meet standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest, and provided breath samples of .166/.173 at the station.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0081XFH

      At 4:05 am, the Defendant was observed by an officer traveling eastbound on a westbound lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests but was not able to perform these exercises to standard. The Defendant was later found to have over 90 pills in his pocket without any prescription labels. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the station, where he refused to provide any breath samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z12VP

      At 3:01 am, the Defendant was observed driving with his lights off. A traffic stop was issued and the Defendant was found to have the odor of alcoholic beverage impurities coming from his breath, along with red, watery eyes, and low speech. The Defendant also appeared to have a dazed appearance about his person, and when asked, stated that he had only had one drink. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, but was not able to perform them as instructed and demonstrated, and was therefore placed under arrest. The Defendant was later transported for a breath sample, which he refused to give.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0416XFE

      At 1:07 am, the Defendant was observed traveling almost 20 miles over the speed limit. Once contact was made, the Defendant displayed signs of impairment. The Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, slow and slurred speech, difficulty maintaining balance while speaking to the officer, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his person. After, the Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but did not perform to standards. At the station, the Defendant provided breath samples of .206/.209.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A85P7CE

      At 11:35 pm, the Defendant was reported to have hit another vehicle and attempted to flee the scene. The Defendant was then stopped and was sitting on the curb next to his car when another officer arrived. Per officer’s request, the Defendant attempted to stand up, but stumbled and struggled. When speaking to the officer, the Defendant was swaying from left to right, had bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, and the odor of an alcoholic beverage was coming off his breath. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but was not able to meet the standards. The Defendant then provided breath samples of .125/.130.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8279XEQ

      At 2:58 am, the Defendant was traveling 30 miles over the speed limit in the center lane, swerving from left to right, unable to keep within a single lane. Once contact was made, the Defendant was observed to have bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. After being asked, the Defendant attempted to step out of the vehicle, stumbling and lacking balance. The Defendant agreed to roadside exercises, but was not able to complete them to standards and was consequently arrested. Furthermore, the Defendant refused to provide a sample of his breath.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVKTE

      At approximately 3:50 am, the Defendant was unable to stop before the vehicle that was ahead of him stopped at a traffic light, which subsequently caused the struck vehicle to hit two other vehicles which were also stopped ahead. While explaining what happened at the crash, the Defendant showed signs of impairment as he slowly spoke and mumbled in thick, slurred speech, had bloodshot, red, watery eyes, a flushed face, and had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. As more officers arrived at the scene, the Defendant began to speak rapidly and stood in a fighting position. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but had difficulty following orders. The officer began explaining the instructions for the first exercise, but the Defendant failed to comply, and by the time the instructions were repeated, the Defendant stated he wanted an attorney and would not complete the exercises. Therefore, the Defendant was taken into custody and taken to the police station where he refused to submit to the breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0522WNC

      At 4:02 am, the Defendant was driving at a high rate of speed, quickly accelerating. A traffic stop was conducted, and as soon as the Defendant stepped out of the vehicle, as the officer had asked him to do, a strong odor of cannabis was released. The Defendant had glassy eyes with dilated pupils and denied smoking marijuana. The officer then asked the Defendant to tilt his head back and close his eyes, noticing the Defendant had eyelid tremors. The officer then proceeded to illuminate the Defendant’s eyes with a penlight, which proved the Defendant had rebound dilation and a slow reaction to light. There was also an odor of an alcoholic beverage on the Defendant’s breath, but when the officer asked, the Defendant stated he had not been drinking. The Defendant was not able to perform the field sobriety tests to standards and was arrested. A blue metal pipe with suspect trace marijuana was found in the center console of the car. After being read his rights, the Defendant admitted the aforementioned pipe was his and that he had smoked from it a couple of hours before he was stopped.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVM0E

      At approximately 9:35 pm, the Defendant was involved in a crash when he attempted to change to the left lane and collided with a second vehicle. That second vehicle consequently struck a third and fourth vehicle. Later contact was made with the Defendant, who had bloodshot, watery eyes, and an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Field sobriety exercises were conducted, but the Defendant was unable to perform them according to standards. The Defendant refused to answer questions and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0710XFE

      At 12:22 am, the Defendant was traveling almost 30 miles over the speed limit, violating the posted sign. The Defendant then proceeded to approach an intersection at a high rate of speed, failing to properly stop at the red traffic light, and then continuing to accelerate. An officer activated his emergency lights and siren and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. The Defendant did not stop until he made a sharp turn into a parking lot and parked his car at an angle. When asked why he was speeding, the Defendant stated he was “sorry” that he had been looking for an address, but was not able to recall specifics about the address. The Defendant displayed signs of an impaired driver, as he had thick, slurred speech, and his eyes were bloodshot with the pupils dilated. The Defendant mentioned he had had some drinks earlier in the day. The Defendant had difficulty exiting his vehicle, struggling to maintain balance. Although the Defendant did agree to attempt the roadside exercises, he failed to meet the standards. The Defendant refused to provide proper urine samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1197XCF

      At 11:07, a “BOLO” was dispatched in reference to the Defendant’s vehicle being involved in a hit and run. Once an officer found the Defendant and tapped on her car window, the Defendant opened the window and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was immediately released from inside the car. After struggling to find her documents, the Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises, but was not able to meet standards. The Defendant also exhibited a lack of balance throughout the exercises. The Defendant then provided samples of her breath, blowing .284/.261 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0L4P

      At 12:50 am, the Defendant was observed drifting into another lane for the entirety of one block, causing difficult maneuvering for other cars as they tried to avoid an accident, before getting back within his lane. The Defendant had red, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. When asked, the Defendant stated he had had one beer, and agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests but was not able to complete the exercises to standard and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided samples of his breath of .121/.129.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z0EBP

      At 5:00 am, the Defendant was traveling at a high rate of speed. An officer issued a traffic stop, but the Defendant did not stop her vehicle for some time. When contact was finally made, the Defendant was found to have red, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath. The Defendant had very slow tracking and was not able to perform the field sobriety tests to standards. The Defendant provided breath samples of .182/.177.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 5525GXX

      At 7:26 am, the Defendant ran into an officer’s unmarked pick-up truck. When the traffic stop was conducted, the Defendant attempted to exit his car, appeared extremely intoxicated, and was very unsteady on his feet. The Defendant had slurred speech, difficulty with balance and coordination, and stated that he had smoked weed earlier. A blue plastic medicine pill bottle was found containing suspected Xanax in the vehicle’s glove box, and the Defendant stated he did not have prescription for them. The Defendant had difficulty staying attentive to instructions, and struggled to keep balance. After falling asleep multiple times as he was being transported to the station, the Defendant continued to fall asleep at the station, and could only stay awake to listen to instructions.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVK9E

      At 3:05 am, another vehicle almost hit the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant extended his arm out of his vehicle and pointed a gun at the aforementioned car. Officers that observed what had occurred rushed to the scene and gave loud verbal commands for the Defendant to stop, but the Defendant attempted to keep driving. After that, the Defendant was immediately taken into custody. The officers then noted the Defendant had very bloodshot, watery eyes and an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. The Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises but was not able to perform them to standard. At the station, the Defendant refused to perform the breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z1ANP

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed as he was unable to maintain his vehicle in a single lane. As the Defendant continued to swerve his vehicle, he almost hit a curb. The Defendant had glassy, watery eyes and a strong smell of an alcoholic beverage was issuing form his breath. The Defendant further stated he had had some drinks and provided breath samples of .104/.098.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 4742XBR

      At 2:46 am, the Defendant failed to yield the right way of traffic, colliding the front of his vehicle with the driver’s side of another vehicle in traffic. At the scene, the Defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath, appeared confused and disoriented, and agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, but failed. The Defendant was arrested, refused to answer any questions, and refused to provide a sample of his breath.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1540XCF

      At 1:10 am, the Defendant was observed to be driving very slowly—20mph at a posted 45mph zone—failing to maintain her lane and swerving into the middle lane on two occasions. She later proceeded to switch lanes without a signal and nearly hit the concrete curb on the side of the road. The Defendant then came to a stop, nearly hitting her right front tire against a curb. The Defendant had a long, blank stare, confused look, flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech, and the smell of an alcoholic beverage was flowing out of her breath and person. When asked, the Defendant stated she had been drinking. Per the officer’s request, the Defendant attempted to exit her vehicle, but was very unsteady on her feet while doing so. The Defendant agreed to field sobriety tests, but showed impairment problems and failed to meet standards. The Defendant was arrested and provided breath samples of .167/.170.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9945XDY

      At 7:57 pm, the Defendant was observed sleeping on the driver’s seat inside his stopped vehicle, with the vehicle running in drive position and his foot on the brake, holding a beer. The officer had to knock on the car window for about 30 seconds before the Defendant woke up, seemingly disoriented. The Defendant then proceeded to throw the beer over to the passenger side floor, causing the beer to spill all over the seats and dashboard. The Defendant’s eyes appeared droopy and bloodshot, his movements sluggish and slow. After admitting he had had 2 beers, the Defendant agreed to attempt field sobriety tests but was not able to complete them to standard and was therefore arrested. While at the station, after refusing a breath test, the Defendant stated to one of the officers that he had actually had five beers.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A1MT8CP

      At 3:06 am, an officer passing by noticed the Defendant’s vehicle stopped next to gas pumps at a gas station. An hour later, the officer passed by the same gas station once again, and noticed that the Defendant’s vehicle was still parked there. As the officer approached the vehicle to make sure that everything was okay, he found the Defendant unconscious in the driver’s seat of the vehicle, with his foot on the brake and the ignition on. The officer then proceeded to make verbal commands and knock on the car door, scared of a possible medical emergency. When the Defendant finally woke up, he had red, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. While exiting his vehicle, the Defendant seemed quite unsteady on his feet. When asked if he had been drinking, he stated he had not been drinking. The field sobriety tests were administered, but the Defendant was not able to perform to standards. The Defendant was arrested.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z127P

      At 1:50 am, officers were called to the scene of a hit and run. When the officers arrived, they saw the Defendant at a gas station—wearing nothing but gray underwear—walking towards a vehicle with front and end damage to it, believed to be the vehicle involved in the hit and run. When the Defendant got into his vehicle, the officers approached him, and began to smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage exuding from the Defendant’s mouth as he spoke. The Defendant also had slurred speech and watery, bloodshot eyes. It was then determined that the Defendant was an impaired driver after he failed to properly complete the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was arrested and transported to the station, where he refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105K1P

      At 9:16 pm, the Defendant was observed traveling 60mph in a 40mph zone. The Defendant was also unable to travel within a single lane and occasionally drove into the opposite lane of travel. The officers conducted a traffic stop, and as they approached the vehicle, they immediately sensed the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage being released from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant, who had bloodshot, watery eyes, agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but even getting out of the car proved to be a struggle for him due to his lack of balance, and he would later fail to complete the exercises according to standard. The Defendant was arrested and transported to the station, where he seemed disoriented and requested to use the bathroom multiple times. Furthermore, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and spontaneously stated that he was drunk.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9472XDQ

      At 1:05 am, the Defendant was observed as he cut in front of a vehicle and then slammed his brakes. The Defendant was subsequently stopped and when asked to provide his license and registration, the Defendant spontaneously stated that he did not like how another driver was driving so he got in front of them and applied his brakes. While speaking to him, the officer could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The roadside sobriety tests were conducted, but the Defendant was not able to complete them to standards and was therefore placed under arrest. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer test. Later inventory of the Defendant’s vehicle revealed a flask on the passenger seat containing an alcoholic beverage, an open bottle of rum on the passenger seat floor, one unopen can of beer, and a multi-colored glass pipe containing suspect marijuana residue in the center console.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A6893NE

      At approximately 8:43 pm, the Defendant was involved in a car crash involving six vehicles. As the Defendant attempted to avoid striking the vehicle in front of him, he ended up striking both the vehicle in front of him and another vehicle, which rolled over. Two other vehicles were also hit in the midst, and another vehicle, which had stopped to help, was also hit. The property damage came to a total of $40000. While the Defendant was being questioned by police, he showed signs of impairment as his eyes were red, glassy, and watery, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emitting from his breath, and he kept swaying and losing his step, finding it difficult to maintain balance. When asked if he would participate in the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant stated he had to think it over for some time. After some time had passed, and the Defendant had been asked multiple times whether he was willing to attempt these exercises or not, the Defendant refused. While at the station, further observations stated the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and poor balance. Furthermore, the Defendant refused to provide breath samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1619XCF

      At 2:35 am, the Defendant failed to yield right of way while making a left turn in front of three lanes of traffic, causing those vehicles to brake in order to avoid hitting the Defendant’s vehicle and to keep an accident from happening. The officer, who had observed the aforementioned, continued to watch as the Defendant swerved in and out of lanes a few times and decided to conduct a traffic stop. After approaching the Defendant, the officer noticed signs of intoxication such as a long, blank stare, confused look, flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on the Defendant’s breath and person. The Defendant—who denied drinking—agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, but was unable to meet standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant also provided breath samples of .130/.134.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1573XCF

      At 2:25 am, the Defendant was observed blocking the roadway with two other vehicles behind her. The vehicles honked their horn, but the Defendant ignored and did not move. When the first vehicle behind her decided to drive around her to be able to move forward in traffic, the Defendant finally began to drive again, but failed to stop at a stop sign while making a right turn. A traffic stop was issued and the Defendant was found to have a long, blank stare, a flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech, and the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on her breath and person. The Defendant stated she had previously had two drinks and was on her way to work. Due to the signs of impairment, the officer decided to administer the field sobriety tests—which the Defendant agreed to—but the Defendant showed further signs of impairment and was therefore placed under arrest. The Defendant further provided breath samples of .182/.189.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8173XEV

      At 2:00 am, the Defendant was observed with an expired temporary tag. A traffic stop was conducted and as soon as the officer began to approach the Defendant, he was able to sense the odor of an alcoholic beverage exuding from the vehicle. The Defendant was asked for his driver’s license, registration, and insurance, a task the Defendant found quite difficult to pursue as all he did was pull out all of the credit cards in his wallet and then put them back in. When asked for his documents again, the Defendant completed the same motion, even though his driver’s license was completely visible. As the field sobriety tests were being administered, the Defendant became frustrated with the officer as he was unable to perform the exercise correctly. After numerous attempts, the Defendant began to walk away from the officers and cursed at them. Another opportunity was given to the Defendant to properly complete the exercises, but the Defendant refused. The Defendant was taken into custody, and while at the station, he asked the officers to allow him to perform the exercises again. However, the Defendant was not able to complete the exercises to standards. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A1064MP

      At 4:29 am, the Defendant was crossing an intersection, when he failed to maintain a single lane crossing from northbound to southbound lanes and caused a front to front collision with another vehicle. Once contact was made with the Defendant, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on his person, while he also had bloodshot and watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant performed the field sobriety tests poorly and provided breath samples of .195/.197.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z13CP

      At around 12:50 am, the Defendant was observed traveling north, but on the west side of a concrete median in southbound lanes. The Defendant then proceeded to move her vehicle in front of the officer and drive over the concrete median back into the northbound lanes. Despite the harsh strike against the median—which caused all of the tires on the Defendant’s vehicle to turn flat and caused a coolant and motor oil spill all over the road—the Defendant continued driving until she came to rest at an intersection. Upon making contact, the Defendant seemed confused, had bloodshot and watery eyes, and the smell of an unknown alcoholic beverage was detected on her person. The Defendant agreed to perform the roadside exercises and was placed under arrest when she failed to complete them to standard and showed signs of impairment. Although the Defendant seemed to have difficulty providing a breath sample at first, she was able to submit two breath samples of .179/.179. The Defendant also complained about not feeling well and stated it had been because she had had too much to drink and she wasn’t used to drinking so much.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 0416XEV

      At approximately 3:36 am, the Defendant was driving his vehicle when he stopped looking ahead for some time to look for some cassettes in the backseat of his car. Because he avoided looking at the road, the vehicle began to sway to the right and went over a raised curb, striking a palm tree and knocking it down, and striking a light pole before coming to a stop. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer observed the Defendant had red, bloodshot, watery eyes and was swaying from side to side as he reported what had happened. Whenever the Defendant spoke, the strong smell of an alcoholic beverage was released from his breath. The Defendant stated that he would attempt the field sobriety exercises, but showed further signs of impairment and was placed under arrest. The Defendant then submitted breath samples of .121/.119.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A2FI03P

      At around 9:10 pm, the Defendant was observed as he ran a red light and was driving on the wrong side of the road, going against traffic and nearly causing a head-on collision with another vehicle. A traffic stop was conducted, and as soon as the officer approached the Defendant’s vehicle, he immediately sensed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage circulating from inside the car. The Defendant had a flushed face and significant redness in his eyes, and spoke in a slurred manner with a thick tongue. When asked, the Defendant had a difficult time exiting his vehicle, stumbling a few times, and almost falling to the ground. While performing the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant expressed further signs of impairment as he was unstable, tangled his feet, and was unable to display smooth pursuit of instructions. The Defendant was then arrested due to driving while being impaired, and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 3336XBR

      At 1:45 am, the Defendant was observed in line at a drive-thru, not moving and hindering other vehicles from passing through. When the officer approached the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant was asleep with the vehicle running. The officer knocked on the window a few times until the Defendant finally woke up and appeared confused as he was making slow movements and looking around, and even had difficulty opening the car door. Once outside, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and had the distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his facial area, becoming stronger every time he spoke. The Defendant then admitted to having had one 16 oz. beer, and agreed to attempt the field sobriety exercises. However, while performing these exercises, the Defendant exhibited lack of balance and was not able to complete these exercises to standard. Two breath samples of .167/0.158 were provided by the Defendant.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 3713XEX

      At 4:35 am, the Defendant was seen in a vehicle on the roadway will all four car doors open, restricting traffic. The Defendant was in the driver’s seat with the vehicle running when he exited the vehicle and moved to the backseat, just in time for the owner of the vehicle to approach the car from a sidewalk and enter the driver’s seat. While transitioning to the back, the Defendant seemed very unsteady on his feet, had to hold the door for balance, and appeared to be in a daze. A traffic stop was issued and the Defendant was observed to have a flushed face, watery and bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant also had the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage exuding from his breath and person. The Defendant then agreed to try to perform the field sobriety tests but was unable to complete them to standards. After being placed under arrest, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1228XCF

      At 7:52 am, the Defendant was in her vehicle, which was stationary facing southbound position on eastbound lanes, blocking eastbound traffic. The Defendant was then removed my fire rescue in case he needed any help. The Defendant was observed to have slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes. As he was being questioned, the Defendant gave slow responses, provided wrong information, and appeared confused. Even though the Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests, the instructions had to be repeated various times as the Defendant started before he was supposed to, and failed to follow proper instructions. Due to his poor performance while completing the field sobriety tests, the Defendant was placed under arrest. An inventory of the Defendant’s vehicle would reveal an open container of 16 oz. beer in the center console of the vehicle, a closed 16 oz. beer in the driver’s side door, and multiple 16 oz. beers on the passenger seat. The Defendant then submitted breath samples of .229/.234.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1496XCF

      At 1:40 am, the Defendant was observed in a left turn lane as he came to a sudden, abrupt stop way past the stop bar at a solid red light. When the light turned green, the Defendant accelerated to 65 mph on a labeled 35 mph construction zone. The Defendant was failing to maintain his lane, swerving to the left and to the right. Due to the aforementioned, a traffic stop was initiated. The Defendant had a long, blank stare, flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred low, thick tongued speech, and the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage on his breath and person. When asked, he stated he had not been drinking. As he was exiting his vehicle, the Defendant’s movements were unsteady and slow. The Defendant then agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests, but showed signs of impairment and was placed under arrest. The Defendant began yelling at the officer, stating that he was not drunk, and that he did admit he had a few drinks but that he knew he was not drunk. The Defendant further stated that the cop had no idea who he was. At first, the Defendant refused to provide breath samples, but then submitted samples of .160/.158.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 3670XFG

      At 6:38 am, the Defendant ran a stop sign at an intersection, while also showing signs of impairment. Once the officer began speaking to the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had red, watery eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. The Defendant’s clothing seemed disarranged and his speech slurred. The Defendant appeared unsteady on his feet and when asked if he had consumed any alcoholic beverages, he stated he had had some drinks the night before. The Defendant then agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but was not able to meet the standards, and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A105QIP

      At 1:45 am, the Defendant failed to stop at a posted stop sign. When the officer approached the Defendant, he sensed the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant was also noted to have bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The field sobriety tests were performed, but not to standards, and the Defendant was placed under arrest. The Defendant failed to submit a breath sample.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 8244-XEU

      At 2:15AM, Police Officer observed the Defendant speeding in a residential area, run a stop sign, then making a 180 degree turn and continue driving. The Officer yelled for the Defendant to stop but he made another 180degree turn and attempted to enter a gated community. The gate didn’t open and the Officer again ordered the Defendant to exit the vehicle, as he was getting off the car, the Defendant stumbled and had hold onto the car to not fall. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, a flushed face and the odor of alcohol coming from his breath. At first, the Defendant agreed to perform the roadside tests but then he refused and he stated he didn’t want to go to jail, that he had not been drinking, just smoking some marijuana. The Defendant was driving with a suspended license, and no proof of insurance. The Defendant agreed to take the Breathalyzer test and blew 0.170 and 0.157. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case 5715-XEQ

      At 2:54AM, Officer observed Defendant make an abrupt stop, and make a wide right turn almost hitting the Police Officer’s car, the Defendant kept driving and failed to stop at a stop sign, he then entered his apartment’s parking garage. As the Defendant exited the car, he was approached by the police officer and was asked for the Driver’s License, he handed a Texas DL which records showed it belonged to a female. Defendant had blood shot watery eyes, slurred speech and seemed confused. Defendant agreed to perform the Field Sobriety Tests, in which he performed poorly. He refused to take the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case: 6181-XEM

      At 2:45AM, Police Officer saw The Defendant’s car parked diagonally crossing two lanes. The Officer saw the Defendant walk up to the car and try to get into the driver’s seat. When The Officer approached the Defendant, he began walking up and down along the vehicle while saying “I don’t know what happened, I was driving and then my car messed up.” The Officer noticed the front right tire of the Defendant’s vehicle was completely broken from something he has hit. The Officer asked him if there were other passengers to what he responded “Nobody in the car, just me! Just me! One Hispanic male! “The Defendant also told the Officer he was on his way home from Dolphin Mall where he had been drinking beer. The Defendant had extremely slurred speech and had the smell of alcohol coming from his breath. He wasn’t able to complete the roadside tests to standards. Defendant agreed to take the Breathalyzer test and blew 0.218, 0.241 and 0.233. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 6866-XDX

      At 1:30AM, Officer observed Defendant swerving in and out of his lane several times. The Officer conducted the traffic stop, and he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Officer asked the Defendant to step out of the car and he said “ok” but stayed in the car, the Officer had to repeat himself 3 times before the Defendant stepped out of the vehicle, the defendant had to grab the door with both hands to help himself get out of the car. Defendant was swaying side to side and had a glazed look on his face, the Officer had to repeat himself four times before the defendant would follow any instructions. The Defendant refused to perform any of the roadside field sobriety tests, he also refused to blow onto the Breathalyzer test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: A0Z0EKP
    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 7852-XEM

      At 3:02 am, officers were dispatched to multiple hit and run accidents that the Defendant caused. The Defendant was involved in 5 different hit and run crashes before getting caught by the police, after leaving a parking garage. Due to the Defendant’s impairment, the total amount of property damage was over $4,000. When the officer’s questioned the Defendant, they noticed the strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath and, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant refused to submit any breath test, and was arrested for the 2nd time for a DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 9961-XFG

      At 6:55 am, officers were dispatched to a crash in which the Defendant had been involved in, and causing hundreds of dollars in damages. The Defendant showed multiple signs of impairment such as: bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, flushed face, and the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s mouth. The Defendant then blew a .240/.250, which is more than 3x the legal limit, and was arrested for the 2nd DUI in 10 years.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 8371-XEQ

      At 2:28 am, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle in the middle of an intersection and blocking traffic due having crashed into another car, causing over $1,000 in damage, and then leaving the scene. The victim flagged down the officer, and when the officer approached the Defendant’s car, he could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant, who was passed out in the car. The Defendant awoke, and the officer noticed the Defendant’s red, watery eyes, and flushed face. The Defendant then admitted to the officer to having 6 beers before driving. The Defendant gave a .182/.177 as a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 6251-XEM

      At 12:24am, Officer observed defendant driving 54mph on a 32 mph posted zone. The officer also noticed, defendant was swerving almost striking two other cars on the road. A traffic stop was conducted and the officer asked Defendant where she was coming from, “my birthday Party”, the Officer asked where she was going to “right there”, the Officer asked if she had been drinking and Defendant said “Yes’. The Officer noticed Defendant had a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, a blank long stare, slurred speech, and the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath. Defendant agreed to do the roadside tests, but didn’t perform to standard. Defendant blew 0.210 and 0.201 on the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 2764-GRB

      At 1:29am, Officer arrived to a crash scene where Defendant had crashed into a curb. The Officer noticed the Defendant had the strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath, un-steady stance, slow movements, bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech and appeared to had been drinking. Defendant stated he was coming from a party and when asked if he has been drinking he said “a beer”. Defendant failed ALL the road side tests, and blew 0.247 and 0.244 on the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 7382-XEM

      At 3:30AM, Defendant was pulled over for speeding. When the Officer made contact with Defendant, he noticed the smell of alcohol coming from Defendant’s breath, a flushed face, and bloodshot watery eyes. The Defendant told the Officer he just had two drinks and that he had been arrested before for DUI. Defendant agreed to perform the roadside tests, and he failed all of them. Defendant blew 0.110 and 0.105 on the Breathalyzer test. This was Defendant’s SECOND DUI arrest.

    • The State Dropped the DUI - 2014 Case 7002XEX

      At 4:12 am, Police observed Defendant swerve in and out of his lane, and almost crashing into a concrete wall. The Officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his breath, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and seemed confused. While defendant complied to taking the roadside tests he failed to perform to standards. He refused the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 5800XEM

      At 2:38am, police observed Defendant driving 61mph on a wet road, in a posted 40mph zone. Defendant was swerving all over the road and almost hits the concert curb. The officer pulled the Defendant over, and noticed he had slurred speech, flushed face, blood shot watery eyes, and an odor of alcohol coming from his breath. Defendant admitted he was coming from “Boggie’s” and had 3 beers at the place. Defendant didn’t perform to standards any of the field sobriety tests. Defendant blew 0.166 and 0.158 on the breath machine. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case 1577-XEU

      At 3:37am, Defendant was stopped for driving 57 MPH in 35MPH zone. The officer noted a strong odor of alcohol coming from Defendant’s breath, and she kept losing her balance and had to hold on to the trunk of her vehicle several times to not fall. Defendant began arguing with the officer, and she had slurred speech. Defendant failed the roadside tests and refused to submit to the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 CASE: 4255-GYU

      At 11:48pm, Defendant was observed running a solid red line, speeding and switching lanes rapidly. A traffic stop was conducted by an Officer, and the Defendant stated I knew he was driving fast trying to get the car back to her girlfriend in Brickell. The officer noticed the Defendant’s pupils were dilated and ordered him to step out of the vehicle and perform the sobriety road side tests which he failed. The officer conducted a search of the vehicle and found 3 bagggies containing marihuana. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 5986-XEM

      At 4:10am, Defendant was pulled over for making a right turn from the left lane as he approached an intersection. Defendant was driving from Blue Martini where he had a beer and shots, The officer noticed the Defendant was acting confused, couldn’t coherently answer where he was going to, he also had bloodshot watery eyes and the odor of alcohol coming from his breath. Defendant agreed to perform the roadside tests, but failed them, he also refused to take the breath test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case 8293XEU

      At 1:35 am, Police responded to an accident where the Defendant rear ended another car that was stopped at a red traffic light. The officers noticed the odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant’s breath, bloodshot glossy eyes, flushed face and slurred speech. Defendant admitted. Defendant wasn’t able to complete any of the 5 field sobriety tests. Defendant blew .199/.194 into the Breathalyzer. Defendant was arrested for DUI

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 6964XEX

      At 11:47 pm, police observed Defendant swerving from lane to lane, almost crashing with another vehicle. Police conducted the traffic stop and the defendant admitted to had “just one glass of sangria, but I’m ok”. When asked for the Driver’s License, the routine computer check revealed the defendant’s license was suspended for financial responsibility for the vehicle she was driving. The officer noticed the defendant presented bloodshot and watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and the odor of alcohol on her breath. Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety test, which she wasn’t able to perform to standards. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2014 Case: 3059XED

      At 12:43 pm, officers present at a scene of a previous case involving a vehicle fire, observed Defendant taking a curve at high speed and then changing over 2 lanes without turn signals. Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and the odor of alcohol on his breath. Defendant was not able to perform to standards the roadside sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A85TG4E

      At 6:52 pm, a bystander flagged down an officer as he reported the Defendant was behind the wheel of her vehicle, unresponsive with the engine running and the shift on drive. The officer attempted to get a response from the Defendant but was unsuccessful. After seeking permission from his supervisor, the officer was able to break the passenger door window to gain access to the Defendant as the car kept moving forward crashing into a tree. The officer was able to pull the Defendant out of the vehicle and noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath. Another officer arrived on scene and also noticed all of the aforementioned qualities about the Defendant. The officer performed the standardized field sobriety tests on the Defendant after she agreed and admitted to drinking. However, the Defendant did not meet any of the standards as she even struggled to remain steady on her feet. The Defendant was taken into custody and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A3PVO1E

      At 12:04 am, officers observed the Defendant make an improper right turn as the Defendant went into the left lane, rather than the proper right lane when she made the right turn. The Defendant was further observed as she swerved into a sidewalk, and then abruptly turned back into the driving lane, colliding into the rear of a parked vehicle. The officers went to check if she was okay, at which time they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emanating from her breath. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but was unable to perform the exercises to standard. The Defendant was arrested, and while being transported to the station, she spontaneously stated that she had only had a few beers. The Defendant provided breath samples of .151/.149 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A105R4P

      At 12:32 am, the Defendant was observed stopped in his vehicle at an intersection with the lights and engine on. The Defendant remained stopped through a green traffic light cycle without driving forward despite having right of way and no obstructions in his way that would prevent him from moving. The officer approached the vehicle, but due to the taints and raindrops on the windows, he couldn’t see the Defendant properly, so the officer proceeded to knock on the window. As soon as the Defendant awakened, he opened the door, and the officer noticed the immediate odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant. The Defendant seemed dazed and confused, exhibited low and mumbled speech, and had glassy eyes. The Defendant admitted to having had a few drinks earlier and agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but was unable to meet the standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest, and refused to provide a proper breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 3098-XCK

      At 4:07 am, officers observed the Defendant driving recklessly at a high speed of 60 mph in a 25 mph zone. Once pulled over, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s mouth. After the Defendant admitted to having drinks, the officers began the field sobriety exercise to which the Defendant failed. The Defendant was charged and arrested for DUI, and blew a .169/.179 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2 times the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7970-XEE

      At 2 am, officers were dispatched to a crash accident in which the Defendant’s vehicle had crashed into a tree, and caused $2,000 worth of damage. Officers found the Defendant unconscious behind the wheel and immediately rescued the Defendant. Once awake, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant was also very uncooperative by refusing to give a breath sample and complete the field sobriety test. The Defendant was then arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 0398-XFE

      At 12:52 am, a police officer stopped the Defendant who was driving at a fast speed of 65mph and weaving in and out of lanes. When the officer stopped the Defendant, they noticed many signs of impairment such as bloodshot watery eyes, slow speech, and a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitted from his person. The Defendant was also having difficulty maintaining their balance while performing the field sobriety exercises. Ultimately, the Defendant was too intoxicated to perform to standard and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant admitted to consuming a few drinks 20 minutes before being stopped. The Defendant blew a .148/.150 into a breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 0069-XER

      At 4:05 am, an officer observed the Defendant running a stop sign and the Defendant was also unable to maintain the single lane. When the officer conducted the traffic stop, he noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a confused, flushed face. The officer began to also smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car, and suspected the Defendant was intoxicated. After agreeing to complete the roadside exercises, the Defendant was placed under arrest for DUI, for being unable to pass the exercises and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 9961-XFG

      At 6:55 am, officers were dispatched to a crash in which the Defendant had been involved in, and causing hundreds of dollars in damages. The Defendant showed multiple signs of impairment such as: bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, flushed face, and the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s mouth. The Defendant then blew a .240/.250, which is more than 3x the legal limit, and was arrested for the 2 nd DUI in 10 years.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 6870XBP

      At 5:54 am, the Defendant was recklessly driving as reported by one witness. The Defendant nearly hit two vehicles and a concrete barrier wall. The Defendant later made a complete stop and one of the officers observed the Defendant passed out inside the vehicle behind the wheel blocking the roadway. The Defendant was removed from the vehicle for safety. The Defendant had an odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage and was not aware of what was happening. The Defendant refused to perform the standardized field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample for the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6964-XEX

      At 9:47 pm, an officer observed the Defendant weaving in between lanes and driving recklessly. A traffic stop was initiated, and the officer noticed that the strong odor of alcohol was coming from the car. The officer asked the Defendant questions and was able to see that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a slurred speech. After suspecting the Defendant was intoxicated, the Defendant was asked to complete the field sobriety exercises; to which the Defendant did not pass. The Defendant then refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6275-XEM

      At 2:50 am, officers observed the Defendant going and unlawful speed of 65 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Due to the careless driving of the Defendant, officer’s initiated a traffic stop to try and prevent an accident. Upon inspection of the Defendant, the officers noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol was emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant’s also suffered from having a slurred speech and had a flushed face. Once the Defendant admitted to having 3 drinks, the officer instructed how to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to meet the standard and was arrested for DUI, after blowing a .122/.126 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6157-XEQ

      At 5:50 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving without using any headlights for a couple miles, and run a stop sign. Officers initiated a traffic stop and upon inspection of the Defendant, officers noticed there was a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, and that the Defendant’s speech was slurred. The Defendant also had bloodshot eyes and a flushed face to give the impression that the Defendant was intoxicated. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was continuously swaying from side to side, and had an extremely difficult time maintaining balance. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, after refusing to submit a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9810XDX

      At 6:58 pm, an officer observed the Defendant’s vehicle and approached the vehicle on foot. As he got closer, he noticed the Defendant had no seatbelt. The Defendant kept driving but had to stop due to traffic. The officer made contact with the Defendant through the passenger side window and asked her to pull over because she was not wearing her seatbelt, the Defendant agreed. However, the Defendant accelerated rapidly and fled. The officer tried to follow her for some time and was finally able to catch up when the Defendant had to stop due to backed up traffic. As the officer asked her questions, he noticed the Defendant had an odor of alcoholic beverage impurities coming from her breath, along with bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant seemed slow, sluggish, and confused. When asked if she had consumed any alcoholic beverages, the Defendant gave the officer conflicting answers. The Defendant agreed to perform the series of standardized field sobriety exercises but failed to meet the standards. The officer also found a red solo cup containing an unknown alcoholic beverage in the vehicle’s center console. After being arrested, the Defendant was transported for a breath sample, which she refused to hand out after being read consent. The Defendant further admitted that she had been drinking and driving for years and getting caught was only a matter of time.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 8278-XEM

      At 2:26 am, officers observed the Defendant run a red light, and then go 54 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Officer’s initiated a traffic stop, and began to question the Defendant. The officer’s noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant also had a slurred speech and officers were able to detect the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car, which led officers to believe the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. The Defendant also admitted to having 2 drinks before getting behind the wheel, and was then arrested and refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6421-XEQ

      At 11:15 pm, officers responded to a crash accident that occurred with the Defendant colliding with another vehicle. When officers approached the Defendant, they noticed that the Defendant had a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area, and also had difficulty getting the correct words out. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance and stumbled multiple times, which made the officers stop the exercises; for fear that the Defendant was too impaired to continue. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and blew a .223/.219 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4851-XEM

      At 4 am, an officer observed the Defendant make an improper right turn by cutting through 3 lanes at once, and initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer approached the vehicle, the officer detected a faint smell of alcohol, and then the odor of alcohol grew stronger once the Defendant began speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant also had red, bloodshot eyes and a flushed face, which led the officer to believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant also admitted to having a few whiskeys before driving that night. After failing to pass the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2016 Case: A10637P

      At 2:35 am, the Defendant was observed by a police officer as the Defendant was operating his vehicle at a high rate of speed. The officer attempted to catch up to the Defendant as he accelerated to over 100 mph. The Defendant was swerving from the far left lane to the next lane several times. The Defendant also approached a vehicle from behind at a high rate of speed and then hit his brakes abruptly. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant also appeared to have poor manual dexterity as he attempted to reach for his wallet to provide his driver’s license. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises; however, the Defendant did not perform to standards. The glass of an unknown alcoholic beverage was on the floorboard passenger side with ice still present was also found in the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant was placed under arrest, but refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 4490XFD

      At 2:41 am, while at a parking lot, an officer observed the Defendant rapidly accelerating his vehicle by the officer’s marked police vehicle. The officer observed the Defendant collide with a properly parked vehicle. The Defendant continued to accelerate away from the scene of the collision, and the officer initiated a traffic stop. As soon as the officer made contact with the police officer, he was able to smell a distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant. The Defendant’s eyes also seemed red and glassy, while his balance was poor. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and stated that he had had two drinks.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A2153UP

      At 10:54 am, an officer was dispatched to the Defendant’s location where the Defendant was slumped over in her car. The officer made contact with the Defendant to make sure she was okay. When the Defendant opened the car door while talking to the officer, a strong odor of marijuana was released from the Defendant’s breath and from her vehicle. There were tobacco shavings spread throughout the center console and seat in plain sight and the Defendant seemed quite disoriented. Another officer arrived on scene to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises. While exiting her vehicle, the Defendant was unable to maintain her balance and had very slow reactions. The Defendant refused to perform the exercises and had bloodshot, glassy eyes and slurred thick speech. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the station where she agreed to be submitted to further testing and they found her to be under the influence of marijuana/cannabis and narcotic analgesic.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9891XEX

      At 11:55 pm, an officer observed the Defendant come to a complete stop in his westbound lane without reason as there were no stop signs, signals, or pedestrians. The Defendant stayed stopped for a moment and then continued on. The vehicle that was behind the Defendant’s vehicle flagged down the officer and told him that the Defendant had been weaving all over the road and that he was scared the Defendant would crash. The officer began to pursue the Defendant and at the green light, the Defendant made a wide left turn and entered the right lane without using his turn signals. The Defendant almost hit the cars parked on the street and violently jerked his vehicle twice. The Defendant almost struck a curb and had to abruptly swerve into the correct lane. The officer finally turned on his emergency lights to signal the Defendant to stop. The Defendant, however, only slowed down and continued driving until the officer got on his p.a. system to tell him to stop. When the Defendant finally stopped and the officer approached him, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot red eyes, and a noticeable odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant told the officer that he had a firearm in his center console. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, and as he did so, the Defendant lost his balance getting out of the car. The Defendant spoke with a slurred speech and did not go where he was directed, even after multiple attempts of telling him where to go, the Defendant only seemed confused. The Defendant was offered to complete the standardized field sobriety exercises which he did not perform to standards, leading to his arrest. The Defendant further refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A1061PP

      At 12:47 am, the Defendant arrived at the scene where two officers had been ordered to report. The Defendant almost crashed into one of the officer’s police vehicles. As soon as the officers made contact with the Defendant, they noticed sure signs of impairment, such as bloodshot red, watery eyes, slurred speech, and the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage issuing from his breath. One of the officers observed an open bottle of Corona in plain view between the driver’s seat and the center console. When asked if he had been drinking, the Defendant stated that he had had two quarts of old English beer. While exiting the vehicle, the Defendant was very unsteady and had to hold on to his car in order to maintain balance. The standardized field sobriety exercises were administered and the Defendant failed to meet the standards. The Defendant refused to provide two breath samples.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 1714XCF

      At 4:55 am, an officer observed the Defendant make an improper left turn too wide to the left up over the concrete. The majority of the Defendant’s vehicle was on top of the curb, to the point where the Defendant was actually driving on top of the curb. When the officer requested a traffic stop and approached the Defendant, he could see the Defendant had a confused look, flushed face, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant also had slurred and confused speech with a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. The Defendant admitted that he had been previously drinking to the officer and agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety tests, but failed to meet the standards. The Defendant was arrested and provided breath samples of .157/.156 on the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 0876043J

      At 12:56 am, witnesses called 911 about a driver who ran several cars off the road, almost collided with the median and other vehicles, and was failing to maintain the single lane. Once officers saw the Defendant’s vehicle, they initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officers were able to notice the Defendant had a red flushed face, and bloodshot watery eyes. Once the Defendant exited the vehicle, officers could tell it was extremely hard for the Defendant to maintain his balance, and decided not to go through with the sobriety test for the Defendant’s safety. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and afterwards blew a .178 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 9930-XEQ

      At 1:31 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving recklessly past a pedestrian crosswalk while there were people crossing, and almost ran them over. The Defendant was driving at an unlawful speed of 50 mph in a posted 30 mph zone, and was unable to maintain the single lane while swerving in and out. The officer pulled the Defendant over and noticed that the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, and that the Defendant’s face was flushed. The Defendant also had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the car, and had admitted to having 4 beers earlier in the night. The Defendant was unable to meet the standard for the sobriety exercises, refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7097-XEQ

      At 6:21 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a steady red light and almost cause an accident. The Defendant was pulled over, and the officer noticed that the Defendant had watery eyes, and that there was a presence of alcohol. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain their balance, and stumbled a couple of times throughout. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .144/.140 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6319-XEM

      At around 2 am, an officer observed the Defendant going 55 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon beginning to write the speeding ticket, the officer noticed the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer looked closely at the Defendant and also noticed the Defendant had red eyes. The Defendant admitted to the officer about having glasses of wine at a restaurant, and the officer saw that the Defendant's speech was also slurred. After being unable to pass the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .120 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 0810-XEB

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the officer pulled the Defendant officer, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol was coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant appeared very sleepy and told the officer about having some drinks before leaving the club. The Defendant consented to perform the roadside exercises, but was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .251 that is more than triple the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 1474-XEU

      At 2:04 am, the Defendant was observed driving recklessly above the posted speed limit, and almost rear-ended the police officer’s marked police vehicle. Once the Defendant was pulled over, the officer noticed that the Defendant showed multiple signs of intoxication, such as: flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, a slurred speech, and slow movements. The Defendant did not meet the standard for the sobriety exercise, and was arrested for DUI after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 8631-XEM

      At 1:20 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling 62 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. While speeding, the Defendant was seen swerving between lanes and failing to maintain their single lane. The officer initiated a traffic stop and once in contact with the Defendant, the officer could smell the pungent odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant's facial area. The officer also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and was very uncooperative. After failing to complete the roadside exercises to standard, the officer arrested the Defendant whom refused to submit to a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: A1062LP

      At 12:16 am, an officer observed the Defendant getting into different lanes as she was swerving her vehicle multiple times. The officer also watched as the Defendant made turns into the opposite lane of traffic twice. Due to the aforementioned, the officer issued a traffic stop. Upon approaching the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had red, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was being released from her breath. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, and as the Defendant was exiting the vehicle, the officer noticed the Defendant seemed very unsteady on her feet. Further, the Defendant admitted to having had a few drinks before, and agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises but did not perform to standards, leading to her arrest. The Defendant provided breath samples of .131/.130 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 1618XCF

      At 2:45 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving 17 miles over the speed limit. The Defendant was also swerving and failing to maintain a single lane, nearly hitting a concrete raised median. The officer issued a traffic stop and made contact with the Defendant, who seemed to have a long, blank stare, confused look, flushed face, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant also had slurred speech and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage was coming from her breath and person. The officer asked the Defendant if she had been drinking and the Defendant said no at first. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but displayed impairment problems and did not perform to standards. The Defendant was arrested and blew .188/.192 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A0Z173P

      At 7:41 pm, the Defendant was observed swerving and unable to maintain his lane. The Defendant almost struck several vehicles as he would drift to the left lane and then abruptly move back to the right lane, also disregarding a stop sign. An officer conducted a traffic stop, and once he made contact with the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emanating from his breath and person. When asked to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant was unable to do so without bracing on the door and leaning on the vehicle. The officer observed two 24 oz. beer cans, along with an empty glass bottle of Grand Marnier Liquor in plain view on the passenger seat. A blue plastic cup filled with an unknown beer was also found in the Defendant’s vehicle in the front cup holder. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but failed to meet standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A6FWFAE

      At 10:40 pm, an officer was dispatched to the scene where the Defendant had crashed his vehicle into a concrete barrier wall, causing $3000 in damage. The Defendant was observed at the driver’s seat, slouched over to his right, sleeping with the vehicle still in gear, while the vehicle key fob was in the left cup holder. The Defendant’s vehicle had left front-end damage, which was consistent with the concrete barrier wall, and tire marks in the inside paved shoulder, leading to the Defendant’s vehicle. When a second officer arrived at the scene, he observed the Defendant was now sitting in the center concrete barrier wall, swaying back and forth, and falling asleep. When asked what had occurred, the Defendant seemed disoriented and had trouble answering the question as he looked confused and was being inconsistent with his story. When asked to provide his license, the Defendant placed both his driver’s license and a miscellaneous card out of his wallet, and was hesitant when having to choose which one was the driver’s license. When asked for his insurance card, the Defendant stated it was in his wallet, began to look for it and then suddenly placed his wallet in his pocket, making the officer have to once again ask for the insurance card, which the Defendant then stated was in the glovebox. When asked more questions, the Defendant mentioned he needed his glasses to feel comfortable and would pause before giving an inconsistent answer. The Defendant also continued to keep falling asleep, continued swaying back and forth, repeatedly scratching his body, while his eyes were glassy. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but failed to meet the standards. The Defendant was sitting on the center concrete barrier wall when he looked away from the officer and grabbed an unknown substance from his wallet, placing his right hand within his mouth and nose. When asked to open his hand and inform the officer what he had just ingested, the Defendant tensed up and refused to open his hand. When the Defendant finally opened his hand, a white substance was found located inside his right palm. The Defendant agreed to submit a blood sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 2997-XBQ

      At 4:44 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a high rate of speed and crash into a guardrail causing over $5,000 in damage. The officer rushed to provide aid, but upon contact with the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had watery eyes and also had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant was very uncooperative and refused to do any sobriety exercises. During any questioning the Defendant responded with attitude and also attempted to bribe the officers. The Defendant was arrested and refused to cooperate and submit to a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7437-XEV

      At 11 pm, officers were dispatched to a 4-car crash, in which the Defendant was at fault. According to witnesses, the Defendant was going at a high rate of speed, driving carelessly and losing control of the car. The Defendant swerved in between the median and crashed head-on into 2 cars, and then into another. The estimated property damage was over $15,000. Once officers made contact with the Defendant they saw how red and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. When the Defendant stated to having drinks before driving, officers noticed how slurred and mumbled the Defendant's speech was. The officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the roadside exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later provided a breath sample of .154.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7888-XEM

      At 2 am, officers observed the Defendant speeding and going 82 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. In order to assure safety to other drivers, the officer initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and a slurred speech. The officer also noticed how the odor of alcohol was emitted every time the Defendant spoke. The Defendant consented to completing the sobriety exercises, but was unable to pass the tests. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and submitted a .118 breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7095-XEQ

      At 2:25 am, an officer observed the Defendant turn without using a turn signal and also saw the Defendant without a seatbelt on. The officer initiated a traffic stop and began to approach the driver’s side of the vehicle. While talking to the Defendant, the officer noticed an open container of alcohol in Plainview and asked the Defendant to get out of the car. The Defendant had a difficult time standing up straight and kept falling over. The officer also noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, and the Defendant’s face was red. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises that were administered, and the Defendant was arrested for DUI after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6663-XEM

      At 2:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant urinating next to the Defendant’s vehicle at a gas station, and immediately approached the Defendant. The officer was able to notice the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle. The officer believed the Defendant to be impaired, and was able to find a case of beer in the backseat that was open. After the Defendant was unable to pass the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .201/.194, which is more than double the legal limit for the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7249-XEV

      At 4:38 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving from side to side, and initiated a traffic stop. When the officer approached the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant admitted to having 4-5 beers to drink, while speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .231/.218 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6639-XEQ

      At around 2 am, the Defendant was seen obstructing the roadway and holding up some traffic. The officer approached the Defendant, who was slumped over the steering wheel, and detected the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant appeared disoriented and had very slow movements, and admitted to having large amounts of alcohol in the form of 8 wine glasses. This led the officer to believe the Defendant was intoxicated, and after failing the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .159/.153 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6828-XEX

      At 3:56 pm, officers were dispatched to the scene of a crash in which the Defendant hit 2 vehicles due to the level of intoxication suffered. The Defendant caused over $5,000 in property damage and was extremely uncooperative. The Defendant had multiple signs of impairment, which included: bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, flushed face, and an odor of alcohol that could not be overlooked. The officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, and the Defendant was unable to meet the standards. The Defendant refused to submit a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8025XEQ

      At 8:47 am, an officer was called to the scene where the Defendant was unresponsive behind the wheel of his vehicle. When the officer arrived, he found the Defendant asleep on the driver’s seat with the vehicle still on drive. The Defendant then began to throw up on himself while still asleep. When the Defendant finally woke up, he seemed disoriented and did not know what was going on or where he was. An odor of an alcoholic beverage was coming from the Defendant, while he also exhibited bloodshot, watery eyes. After being asked to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant was asked to empty his pockets and that’s when two plastic baggies containing suspected cocaine fell out of his pocket. The Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises and seemed to have a lot of trouble maintaining balance while doing so. The Defendant did not perform these exercises to standard and blew .138/.136 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: A6IZ4PE

      At 5:52 pm, the Defendant was driving her vehicle northbound, driving really slow along the lane. A witness in another vehicle observed the Defendant and noticed that the Defendant was laying back and appeared to be unconscious or asleep. The witness pulled his vehicle in front of the Defendant’s vehicle and applied his breaks to allow the Defendant’s vehicle to make contact with his vehicle and stop the Defendant from going any further. The witness, along with several others, attempted to make contact with the Defendant with negative results as all doors were locked. The Defendant appeared to be going into cardiac arrest. When an officer arrived, he found that the Defendant was unresponsive and her pulse was faint. As the officer attempted to wake the Defendant up, he noticed that her pulse had stopped. The officer immediately removed the Defendant from her vehicle and saw a needle cap fall out of her hand as he placed her down, also noticing fresh needle marks on her arms. The officer administered CPR until the rescue arrived. The Defendant was finally able to react and sit up after receiving two doses of Narcan from the rescue. The Defendant’s pupils were constricted. While inspecting the vehicle, officers were able to find a syringe on the driver side floorboard. The Defendant had to be taken to the hospital where she admitted to having had some drugs before. Tests were later conducted, proving that the Defendant was under the influence of drugs.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2017 Case: 1735XCF

      At 1:00 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving the wrong way towards oncoming traffic. The Defendant then got back into lane, accelerating above the posted speed limit. The Defendant struggled to maintain his vehicle in line and switched lanes at least twice without using signals. Upon making contact with the Defendant, the officer immediately observed a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant’s breath, person, and vehicle. The Defendant appeared to have a long, blank stare, confused look, flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, and slurred confused speech. When asked to provide his driver’s license, the Defendant stated that he didn’t have a license due to a previous DUI. When asked where he was coming from, the Defendant provided two different answers. Defendant also admitted to drinking but did not want to specify just how much. Although the Defendant agreed to perform the standardized field sobriety exercises at first, he then asked the officer to just arrest him. However, he later completed the exercises and did not perform to standards. The Defendant provided breath samples of .205/.208 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 8226-XEM

      At 3:40 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle operating without a right headlight, and then make an improper u turn. The officer initiated a traffic stop and was able to smell the odor of alcohol emitting before walking up to the drivers side. The smell became even stronger once the Defendant began speaking in a slurred and mumbled speech. The Defendant did tell the officer to drinking before getting behind the wheel, and thus the officer instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises. The Defendant attempted to meet the standard, but was unable to due to the level of impairment suffered. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later submitted a breath sample of .181.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7802-XEM

      At 1:15 am, an officer observed the Defendant failing to maintain the single lane and immediately initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. The officer instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to take a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 7822-XEM

      At 10.09 pm, an officer observed the Defendant swerving in and out of lanes, to which point the Defendant almost crashed. The officer conducted a traffic stop, and could smell the odor of alcohol while walking up to the vehicle. The Defendant had a confused speech, and seemed disoriented. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain a steady balance, and therefore failed to meet the standard requirements. There was also a ½ empty bottle of rum recovered in the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, with a blood alcohol level of .148/.128.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 8231-XEM

      At 1:23 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a high rate of speed of 110 mph in a posted 40 mph zone, while also failing to maintain the single lane. In order to ensure the safety of others, the officer initiated a traffic stop. The officer saw the Defendant had a slurred speech and flushed face when talking with the Defendant. The Defendant then attempted to bribe the officer, but the Defendant was unsuccessful. After failing to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to cooperate anymore.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: A1EG2NE

      At around 9 am, officers were dispatched to a neighborhood about a suspicious vehicle in a driveway. When officers arrived on scene, they saw the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. Once the Defendant awoke, the officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot watery eyes and the strong smell of alcohol. The Defendant consented to the sobriety exercises, but did not pass. The Defendant was arrested and also submitted a breath sample of .137.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 6753-XEQ

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a steady red light and initiated a traffic stop. The officer then noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, as well as the Defendant’s face was flushed. The Defendant refused to comply with the standard field sobriety exercises, and to submit a breath sample. Due to the un-cooperation and suspicion of impairment, the Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 8611XEQ

      At approximately 6:00pm, the Defendant was involved in a vehicle crash where she hit a motorcycle from behind. When the officers arrived at the scene, the Defendant was still inside her vehicle with the vehicle running and the keys in the ignition. The officers observed the Defendant had watery eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emanating from her breath. The Defendant was asked to turn off the vehicle and step outside twice and she refused, accusing the officers of not knowing what they were doing. When the Defendant was finally outside of the vehicle, the officers informed her that they were going to conduct the standardized field sobriety exercises and she refused, pushing one of the officers out of the way, and attempting to jump back into her vehicle. The Defendant was placed under arrest. The Defendant was acting aggressively as she stated the officers couldn’t arrest her and that she wasn’t going anywhere. At the station, the Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer and kept yelling.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 4077XBR

      At 12:37 am, while traveling southbound, the Defendant failed to stop behind the stopped vehicle in front of him and crashed into the vehicle. The officers approached the Defendant and observed that the Defendant had a strong odor issuing from his breath, had bloodshot, watery eyes, and had slurred speech. When asked to stand up, the Defendant had difficulty standing steady on his own. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but failed to meet the standards as he lost balance multiple times and kept swaying side to side. The Defendant was placed under arrest and refused to submit a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 9773XDY

      At 10:36 pm, an officer that was traveling in front of the Defendant observed as the Defendant was driving his vehicle with the high beams on. The Defendant was merging from lane to lane and slowly approaching the officer, who, in fear of a collision, issued a traffic stop on the Defendant. As the officer approached the Defendant, he noticed a very strong smell of alcohol coming from the vehicle. While speaking to the Defendant, the officer noticed that the odor of an alcoholic beverage only grew stronger and he seemed to speak in a slurred manner, his eyes bloodshot. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but failed to meet the standards. Therefore, the Defendant was placed under arrest and taken to the police station where he agreed to submit a breath sample, but didn’t provide a proper first sample and refused to provide a second sample of his breath.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI - 2018 Case: 7260GPR

      At 3:20 am, the Defendant was observed as he was unable to stay within his lane, and entered the lane the officer was on, catching the officer’s attention. The Defendant was also observed crossing over one of the lanes and striking the center median curb on four separate occasions. The officer conducted a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side door. The officer then made contact with the Defendant who appeared disoriented and confused. As the Defendant was immersed in dialogue and was providing the documents the officer asked for, the strong smell of alcohol was detected on the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then proceeded to show the officer two closed 16 oz. beer cans that were lying in the passenger seat. The Defendant’s speech was also slightly slurred, and his eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant then stepped out of the vehicle and began making spontaneous statements. The Defendant admitted that he had had a beer, and had taken some pills and pain medication as well. Prescription medication was also found in the center console of the car. The Defendant agreed to partake in the field sobriety tests, but did not perform to standards, later being arrested.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4567-XFA

      At 1:43 am, officers were dispatched to a crash that resulted in over $1,000 in property damage. The Defendant stated that she swerved and crashed into a tree in order to avoid hitting another car. Officers detected the odor of alcohol coming from her breath, and also noticed she was suffering from slurred speech. Officers began to conduct a DUI investigation, but the Defendant was too impaired to pass any of the sobriety tests. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .189 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 4624-XBQ

      At 3:20 am, officers observed the Defendant weaving in and out of traffic, while also driving below the posted speed limit. The Defendant was also driving on 2 flat tires, both of which were on the right side of the car. When the officers approached the Defendant, they detected the strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage, and noticed the Defendant’s eyes as bloodshot and watery. The Defendant was unable to provide a driver’s license when asked, and exhibited a slurred speech. During the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was extremely unsteady and swayed to maintain their balance. The Defendant was unable to pass the test, and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .134/.137 in the breathalyzer, and also provided a urine sample for the officers.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 9160-XCG

      At 4:56 am, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant crashed into another vehicle. When the Defendant began to explain what happened, officers smelled the odor of alcohol, and saw the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes. The Defendant also had a difficult time standing up and kept swaying back and forth. The Defendant was unable to complete the field sobriety tests to standard and was arrested for DUI after submitting a .166 breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 7444-XEQ

      At around 6 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle going in reverse in the single lane, and initiated the traffic stop. The Defendant then continued to be in reverse mode instead of park, and almost ran over the officer as he was approaching the Defendant’s vehicle. The officer then noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and was yelling insults and profanity to the police, while speaking in a slurred speech. The Defendant refused the field sobriety exercises and also to submit a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2016 Case: 4674-XEX

      At 1:26 am, an officer was parked in a CVS parking lot when he observed a the Defendant get out of a car from the driver’s side, and go into CVS. The Defendant had and unsteady balance and was swaying from side to side. When the Defendant came out, the officer asked if he was ok, and was able to smell the odor of alcohol on the Defendant’s breath. The officer could also see how bloodshot the Defendant's eyes were. Through the windows of the Defendant's car, the officer was able to see one open beer bottle, a six pack of beer missing 5 cans, and a red cup containing alcohol all in the console of the Defendant's car. The officer arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant later provided a breath sample of .154.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 6830-XEM

      At 5:11 am, officers observed the Defendant driving carelessly and unable to maintain the single lane. The officers initiated the traffic stop and they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant was unable to provide a valid registration, and had no proof of insurance. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI after refusing to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2015 Case: 3993-XEX

      At 6:07 am, officers were dispatched to vehicle that was obstructing traffic, after previously weaving in and out of traffic. Officers approached the vehicle and deteched the smell of alchol, and were able to notice the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes. The Defendant, who was behind the wheel, appeared disoriented and admitted to consuming 4-5 alcoholic drinks prior to getting into the car. Officer’s also found a bag of marijuana in the Defendant’s vehicle, and was then placed under arrest for DUI due to the Defendant’s intoxication and impairment. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .168/.57 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6275-XEM

      At 2:50 am, officers observed the Defendant going and unlawful speed of 65 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Due to the careless driving of the Defendant, officer’s initiated a traffic stop to try and prevent an accident. Upon inspection of the Defendant, the officers noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol was emitting from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant’s also suffered from having a slurred speech and had a flushed face. Once the Defendant admitted to having 3 drinks, the officer instructed how to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to meet the standard and was arrested for DUI, after blowing a .122/.126 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6157-XEQ

      At 5:50 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving without using any headlights for a couple miles, and run a stop sign. Officers initiated a traffic stop and upon inspection of the Defendant, officers noticed there was a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, and that the Defendant’s speech was slurred. The Defendant also had bloodshot eyes and a flushed face to give the impression that the Defendant was intoxicated. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was continuously swaying from side to side, and had an extremely difficult time maintaining balance. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, after refusing to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 8278-XEM

      At 2:26 am, officers observed the Defendant run a red light, and then go 54 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Officer’s initiated a traffic stop, and began to question the Defendant. The officer’s noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a flushed face. The Defendant also had a slurred speech and officers were able to detect the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car, which led officers to believe the Defendant was impaired by alcohol. The Defendant also admitted to having 2 drinks before getting behind the wheel, and was then arrested and refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI - 2018 Case: 6421-XEQ

      At 11:15 pm, officers responded to a crash accident that occurred with the Defendant colliding with another vehicle. When officers approached the Defendant, they noticed that the Defendant had a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area, and also had difficulty getting the correct words out. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain balance and stumbled multiple times, which made the officers stop the exercises; for fear that the Defendant was too impaired to continue. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, and blew a .223/.219 in the breathalyzer, which is more than double the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI (SEALED) - 2018 Case: 1751XCF

      At 3:03 am, the Defendant was observed driving at least 50mph with a front flat tire. The Defendant’s vehicle was making a lot of noise, and despite the right front tire ripped and rim slashed, he continued driving. As the Defendant changed lanes, chunks of rubber were thrown over the road. The officer activated his siren, but the Defendant did not stop for some time. When the officer approached the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had a blank stare, flushed face, bloodshot and watery eyes, and dilated pupils. Furthermore, the Defendant also exhibited slurred, confused speech, and had the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and person. When asked, the Defendant stated he was aware that his tire was flat and pointed to another flat tire on the back seat of his car. The officer asked the Defendant to exit his vehicle, and after he did, the officer asked the Defendant whether he had had anything to drink. The Defendant admitted to having been drinking, and specified he had had two beers. The Defendant also attempted the field sobriety tests, but showed clear signs of impairment and was arrested. The Defendant submitted breath samples of .164/.163.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 3193-XAV

      At 4:15 AM, Police clocked Defendant driving 74 MPH in a 45 MPH zone and observed Defendant weaving from lane to lane without wearing his seatbelt. Police stopped Defendant, whom immediately admitted he had consumed two beers. The Defendant then exited the vehicle and supported himself by reclining on the vehicle. Police asked Defendant to perform roadside exercises, all of which he failed. Defendant was arrested for DUI and issued multiple citations for violation of traffic regulations.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 6603-XEE

      At 5:05 PM, Police responded to a call regarding a hit and run in which a vehicle had crashed into a large tree. Witnesses observed the driver exiting his vehicle while frantically yelling. The Defendant then got back in the vehicle and drive off. Police stopped the Defendant and asked where he had come from, however Defendant’s answer was incoherently slurred. Defendant sat on the side walk and began crying. When asked to perform roadside exercises, Defendant responded “No problem, I can do this!” Due to the Defendant’s inability to stand on his own, Defendant only completed 3 of the 5 exercises. The Defendant refused to blow into the breath machine and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED all charges. - 2010 Case 7307-XEJ

      At 8:13 PM, Police was dispatched to the scene of an accident. Police found Defendant sitting in her vehicle crying and asked for her Driver’s License, insurance and registration. The Defendant could not locate any of the documents requested until she stumbled upon her Driver’s License in the center console. Defendant exited her vehicle and fell, hitting her left shoulder against the door of the vehicle. Defendant was asked to perform the roadsides and did not perform to standard. Defendant blew more than three times the legal limit at a .275 and .256 blood-alcohol content on two separate readings. Defendant was charged with multiple traffic infractions regarding the crash and arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED all charges. - 2011 Case 9298-XEX

      At 6:07 AM, Police responded to the accident scene. Defendant rear ended another vehicle while driving carelessly. Defendant willingly stated “I have only had four vodka and cranberry drinks so I’m OK, you can check me.” Defendant acknowledged to be driving with his license suspended. Defendant failed the roadsides and blew a .198 and .197. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED all charges. - 2011 Case 9298-XEX

      At 6:07 AM, Police responded to the accident scene. Defendant rear ended another vehicle while driving carelessly. Defendant willingly stated “I have only had four vodka and cranberry drinks so I’m OK, you can check me.” Defendant acknowledged to be driving with his license suspended. Defendant failed the roadsides and blew a .198 and .197. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED the 2nd refusal. - 2009 Case 9537-XCG

      At 11:20 PM, Police observed the Defendant driving with a blown left tire. There was smoke and flames coming from the tire, as the Defendant continuously swerved and sped into his driveway. Police issued the Defendant 7 different driving citations, including DUI, after the Defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to submit to the breathalyzer. This was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI within 5 years, and the 2nd time the Defendant had refused to submit to the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED the cocaine. - 2007 Case 508920X

      At 7:00 am, the Defendant parked his car illegally next to the Miami Beach Police Station, and fell asleep in the car while the car was running. Police knocked on the window of the car several times, and the Defendant knocked back several times. Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, alcohol coming from his breath, and was disoriented. Police also found cocaine in Defendant’s pocket. Defendant refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI and cocaine possesion.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED the FELONY charge. - 2008 Case 3152-XCK

      At 5:40 AM, the Defendant was observed driving at 60 mph in a posted 35 mph zone and following another vehicle too closely. After being pulled over into a construction area, the Defendant nearly lost control of his vehicle as he swayed and skidded. When exiting his vehicle, the Defendant was confused, continually swayed, and appeared to have bloodshot eyes and a strong alcoholic smell. He told the officer that he was leaving a bar and admitted to having a few drinks. The Defendant failed the roadside test and refused to submit a breath test. Defendant was arrested and charged with a FELONY HABITUAL DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE, DUI, and RECKLESS DRIVING.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI and DISMISSED the marijuana. - 2009 Case 9418-XEC

      At 2:06 AM, Police responded to a call on the Venetian Causeway of 2 vehicles drag racing. Police made contact with the driver of one of the vehicles at a gas station. The Defendant smelled like alcohol, and could not perform the roadside exercises. The Defendant was in town from New York on business. The Defendant later refused to blow into the breathalyzer, and Police found marijuana on his person.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI, and DISMISSED all other charges. - 2008 Case 8422-XCM, B07-68221

      At 5:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant seated behind the wheel of a parked, running vehicle on Miami Beach. The Defendant was engaged in sexual activity with the passenger in plain view, and was making loud “moaning” noises. As Police approached, the Defendant stated “I’m sorry”, and “I don’t even have a license”. The Defendant failed the roadsides and blew a .090 and .092 into the breath machine. This was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI. Police also charged him with Lewd and Lascivious Conduct, and Driving with a Suspended License.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI, and DISMISSED the marijuana. - 2007 Case 508685-X

      At 1:33 am, Police observed the Defendant driving on SouthBeach on the wrong side of the road. The Defendant also ran a stop sign, and finally weaved back into the correct lane. As Police stopped the vehicle, the passenger leaned out the window and vomited. The Defendant immediately told Police “I had two glasses of wine, don’t give me a DUI.” Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and alcohol coming from her breath. Defendant failed the roadside tests, and Police discovered marijuana in her purse. Defendant refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI and Marijuana Possession.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 1275-XEU

      At 3:46am, Police stopped defendant for traveling 66 on a 45mph zone. When asked to exit the vehicle, Defendant could not stand without using her car for assistance in holding her balance. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4334-XDY

      At 4:17 AM, Defendant was travelling at approximately 80 MPH in a clearly marked 35 MPH zone, and proceeded to pass the clearly marked Police vehicle. Police attempted to catch up to him and had to reach speeds of 90 MPH until he stopped at a red light and Police pulled Defendant over. Police officer noticed a strong odor of both marijuana and alcohol emitting from the Defendant and asked him to perform the roadside tests, three of which he failed. Defendant blew .143 and .139 on his breathalyzer test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8019-XEE

      At 4:06 am, officers observed the Defendant going at an extreme rate of speed of 75 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. The Defendant was unable to maintain the single lane for miles, and almost side swiped the officers patrol car. The Defendant was very uncooperative and fled from the police, unwilling to stop and comply with their demands. Once the Defendant finally pulled over and stepped out of the car, the officers noticed how unsteady the Defendant was, and the odor of alcohol that was coming from the Defendant. They also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and had to keep holding on to the vehicle in order to maintain the unsteady balance. Once the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .254/.243 in the breathalyzer, which is more the 3x the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 8484-XEJ

      At 5:21 AM, Police was stopped at a red light next to Defendant. Police observed Defendant was not wearing his seat belt. Although Defendant was in a right turn only lane, the Defendant proceeded to travel straight when the light turned green and was then pulled over by the police officer. Defendant was extremely excited and talkative, “wildly” chewing gum, and did not complete the one leg stand exercise because he was falling over. The Defendant spontaneously stated “I’m not drunk but I did do half a roll” and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6224-XDX

      At 12:57 AM, Police responded to a call regarding the Defendant’s reckless driving. Defendant failed to yield right-of-way to oncoming traffic while making a left hand turn, and was traveling 44 MPH on a clearly marked 30 MPH zone. First, the defendant said she had nothing to drink that night, but soon explained she had had “two glasses of wine, maybe three.” In the Walk and Turn exercise defendant counted 9 steps but only took 5, stepping off the line twice. When asked for a breath sample, Defendant explained “All my friends that are Attorneys said you should never do it… I also take prescriptive meds and don’t know how that would affect the results…. I’ve seen Papi drive drunker than I drove today. This isn’t fair.”

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 7388-XEE

      At 2:09 AM, Police observed Defendant make a sharp right turn and nearly lose control of the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Police asked Defendant what happened that made her crash into the pole, and Defendant responded that she thought it would be funny to do it and get pulled over right in front of her house, and she further explained that she was playing around. Defendant laughed throughout the roadsides and playfully asked “Who? What? You’re going to arrest me for this?” Defendant blew .103 and .092 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case7299-XEX

      At 10:41 PM, Defendant backed into another vehicle. Police arrived at the scene and noticed Defendant was unsteady. Defendant was asked to perform the roadsides to which he was give instruction numerous times before commencing exercises. Defendant requested a repetition of instructions and still did not perform to standards. Defendant blew .141 and .142 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3454-XEJ

      At 3:20 AM, Police responded to a reported crash where Defendant had crashed into a palm tree on the median. Police and Fire Rescue examined Defendant and when Defendant was medically cleared the officers asked for her driver’s license and registration. Defendant randomly stated “I don’t understand what is going on here.” When Police asked, Defendant agreed to allow Fire Rescue to take a sample of her blood but quickly changed her mind and refused, also refusing to be transported to the Hospital and to provide a breath sample. Defendant was vomiting, crying, talkative, and her clothes were soiled. Defendant was unable to perform the roadsides and continued to ask “what is happening.” Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1935-XDK

      At 8:30 PM, Police observed Defendant tailgating the car in front of him, traveling at 62 MPH in a clearly posted 40 MPH zone, and swerving from side-to-side. Police stopped Defendant and asked for documentation. Defendant was disoriented and confused. Police noticed four underage children as passengers in the vehicle. Police requested Defendant perform roadsides. Defendant spontaneously stated he had a couple of glasses of wine. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and fell asleep while Police filled out paperwork. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3485-XDK

      At 3:54 AM, Police observed Defendant stopped at a green light. Defendant suddenly began to drive with the flow of traffic and then failed to maintain the vehicle in a single lane, swerving in and out of lanes. Defendant began following the Police car very closely and slammed on her brakes. Defendant abruptly hit the accelerator, screeching the tires and nearly rear ending the Police car. Police approached Defendant who was moving very slowly and said they had to get home fast because of work the next morning. Defendant explained she was not drunk and just really wanted to get home. Defendant was unable to stand on her own and could not perform the roadsides to standard. Defendant blew .144 and .138 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 5213-FZF

      At 3:14 AM, DUI task force Officers stopped the Defendant for speeding. Defendant admitted to drinking alcohol earlier in the night, and to smoking marijuana. Police performed a sequence of tests on the Defendant, including a DRE (drug recognition evaluation). Police stated the Defendant failed all tests. The Defendant later blew into the breath machine a .067 and .069, below the legal limit. The Police also collected urine from the Defendant. Police arrested the Defendant for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or a controlled substance.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 1248-XEU

      At 4:19 AM, Police observed the Defendant speeding in North Miami Beach. Upon contacting the Defendant, she exhibited slurred speech and an odor of an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant performed and subsequently failed three roadside exercises, including the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus. Police arrested the Defendant on suspicion of DUI. The Defendant later refused to provide a breath sample while at the Police Station. This was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI arrest within a 5 year period.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3276-XEJ

      At 12:25 AM, Police stopped the Defendant for running a stop sign and speeding. Police then noticed several signs of impairment, included the smell of an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant had a cocky and insulting attitude with Police. The Defendant refused to cooperate, and did not perform the roadside exercises or blow into the breath machine. The Defendant did, however, offer sexual favors and attempted to engage in a “threesome” with various members of the Police.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6304-XAE

      At 1:24 AM, the Defendant was observed speeding on Collins Avenue traveling at 65 mph in a posted 30 mph zone. The Defendant also failed to drive within a single lane and was following another vehicle too closely. When stopped by the Police, the Defendant admitted to having three drinks and had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises and did not submit a breath test while stating “I’m going to be honest Officer, I know I drank too much so I’m not going to take the test.” Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 489607-X

      At 2:30 AM, the Defendant hit another vehicle on Collins Avenue. When the Officer approached him, he noticed bloodshot eyes and a strong smell of alcohol. When asked for his license, the Defendant bypassed it in his wallet three times before he handed it to the Officer. Numerous pedestrians identified the Defendant as the one who had been driving recklessly and hit the vehicle. The Defendant told to the Officer “I only had three beers. That’s one beer an hour. How can I be intoxicated?” The Defendant then failed the roadside tests and blew a .159 and .160, twice the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 9597-XDJ

      At 4:30 AM, the Defendant failed to yield the right of way for a Police Officer and caused her to swerve into oncoming traffic. When pulled over and asked for his license, the Defendant closed the window on the Officer, almost catching her hand. The Officer had to open the Defendant’s car door to make contact at which point she noticed a strong smell of alcohol and slurred speech. The Defendant then failed the roadside sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath test. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 8621-XCM

      At 5:09 AM, the Defendant was observed driving on Washington Avenue and almost hitting the center median. She then pulled into a parking space and was approached by a Police Officer. She told the Officer that she was not feeling well and she demonstrated slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and a strong smell of alcohol. The Defendant failed the field sobriety tests and blew a .104 and .099 into the breathalyzer machine. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case B09-60882

      At 6:27 PM, Police observed Defendant operating a dingy while completely naked, with three topless female passengers. Police Officer stopped Defendant for a safety check and asked for his registration and safety devices. Defendant handed his nieces fishing license stating, “I hope this will do,” and dropped a fire extinguisher. Police noticed an open beer can at Defendant’s feet and asked what direction Defendant had come from. Defendant responded pointing to two separate directions simultaneously. Police asked Defendant to perform afloat exercises and transported him to land to perform roadsides. Defendant refused and was arrested for operating a vessel while under the influence.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 2140-XDK

      At 2:13 AM, the Defendant sped past a police officer at 76 mph in a posted 45mph zone while swerving in and out of his lane. The Police tried to stop the Defendant for about two blocks before he finally complied and pulled over. The Defendant then proceeded to get out of his car but had difficulty maintaining his balance and had to use the car for support. The Officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a strong smell of alcohol. The Defendant then failed to cooperate and refused to take both the roadside and breathalyzer tests. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 3623-XCK

      At 12:45 AM, the Defendant was observed speeding at 60 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Pursuant to a traffic stop, the Officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, smelled like alcohol, and demonstrated signs of impairment. Defendant failed the roadside tests and admitted to have been drinking wine at Chispa’s Restaurant. She then blew a .151 and .131 during the breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6852-XDG

      At 10:48 PM the Police observed the Defendant swerving from lane to lane and almost striking another vehicle on Ponce De Leon Boulevard. The Police signaled her to stop, but she continued to drive and proceeded to make a right turn on a posted no right turn lane. When the Defendant finally stopped, the Officer noticed that she had a strong smell of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. Defendant failed all of the roadside tests and blew a .212 and .229, almost three times the legal limit. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6624-XEE

      At 1:45 PM, Police observed Defendant peel out of a local sports bar parking lot and fishtail out of control. Police followed Defendant with emergency lights and sirens activated for several blocks until Defendant pulled over. Defendant’s speech was not understandable. Police instructed Defendant to perform roadsides. Defendant failed and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 5403-XDQ

      At 7:40 PM, Police came upon an accident scene, wherein Fire Rescue made contact with the driver at fault, who was non-responsive behind the wheel of his vehicle. There was an open beer bottle in the vehicle, and the Defendant stumbled several times while exiting the vehicle. After failing the roadside exercises, the Defendant blew a .14 in the breath machine, but denied drinking, and admitted to eating pancakes earlier that day. Defendant also gave the wrong name and date of birth to Police Officers at the scene.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 2736-XED

      At 2:50 AM, Defendant was stopped at a DUI check point. When asked to exit the vehicle, Defendant struggled, held the door handle, and claimed to be nervous. Defendant eventually agreed to perform the roadsides. In the walk-and-turn exercise, Defendant only took 4 steps in each direction instead of the requested nine. Defendant used arms to balance in the one-leg stand exercise and still put her foot down several times throughout the exercise. Defendant provided a breath sample of .217 and .217, more the twice the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 0679-XDK

      At 1:00 PM, Police came into contact with the Defendant, who was earlier that morning involved in a hit and run accident. The Defendant had accidentally collided into several parked cars in an apartment complex. Defendant refused to cooperate and perform the roadside exercises, and was charged with DUI, careless driving, and Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Defendant admitted to drinking Hennessey and Whiskey the night before, and blew a .127 and .116 into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4275-XDQ

      At 4:15 AM, Police observed Defendant driving off of the road and past the solid white line on the right most lane of travel. Defendant was driving about 20 mph under the speed limit, and cut in front of the driver in the center lane, causing him to slam on his brakes repeatedly to avoid a collision. Police stopped Defendant and requested that the roadsides be performed. When asked what time it was, Defendant responded 3am, when it was in fact 5 minutes till 5am, and said she felt “buzzed.” Defendant’s breathalyzer readings were .171 and .168. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 5995-EJC

      Around 2:30 AM, Police stopped the Defendant for driving 65 mph in a 35 mph zone. The Defendant also stopped directly under a red light. The Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes, and was unsteady on his feet. The Defendant admitted to drinking earlier that night, and failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant blew a .061 and a .054 into the breathalyzer machine. Defendant arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1943-XED

      At 1:52, Police stopped Defendant for running a flashing red light. Police observed Defendant’s license was suspended for a previous DUI and had a “C” restriction, business purposes only. Defendant said she was on the way to a girlfriend’s house. Defendant failed the Horizontal Gaze test and the one leg stand exercise. Defendant refused to submit to a breathalyzer test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6970-XDG

      Around 1:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant make an improper left hand turn into oncoming traffic in Coral Gables. Police stopped the Defendant, and observed bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant could not perform roadside exercises as a result of his previously existing disability. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant blew .128 and .124 into the breathalyzer machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3420-XEJ

      At 3:14 AM, Police observed Defendant going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone and swerving in and out of the driving lane. Police pulled Defendant over. Defendant could barely be understood in either English or Spanish. However, Defendant was able to clearly state, “I’m not as drunk as the others.” When asked to perform the roadsides, Defendant said he was “only a little drunk.” Defendant blew .150 and .155 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 6783-XDL

      At 11:30 PM, Police observed the Defendant driving a van with dark tinted windows, and conducted a traffic stop on the Defendant. The Defendant was also driving on a previously suspended license for failure to complete a previous probation for another DUI. Police arrested the Defendant for Driving with a Suspended License, and DUI, as the Defendant blew .148 and .139 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 2967-XDQ

      At 1:42 AM, Police pulled Defendant over for violation of the Florida Move Over Law. While conversing with the Police Officer, Defendant was unable to keep his balance. Defendant missed the tip of his nose several times during the finger-to-nose test and was asked not to finish the one leg stand test for his own safety as he was swaying from side to side and put his foot down several times. Defendant did not perform to standards in the roadsides and blew a .147 and .141. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4334-XDY

      At 4:17 AM, Defendant was travelling at approximately 80 MPH in a clearly marked 35 MPH zone, and proceeded to pass the clearly marked Police vehicle. Police attempted to catch up to him and had to reach speeds of 90 MPH until he stopped at a red light and Police pulled Defendant over. Police officer noticed a strong odor of both marijuana and alcohol emitting from the Defendant and asked him to perform the roadside tests, three of which he failed. Defendant blew .143 and .139 on his breathalyzer test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 8530-XEJ

      At 6:00 AM, Police were driving behind the Defendant, who swerved erratically in and out of his lane. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed he was very nervous and scared. The Defendant performed roadside exercises on the side of the Macarthur Causeway, and did not perform to standards. The Defendant admitted to having a few beers earlier that night, and refused the breathalyzer as the machine “timed out” before he could make a decision.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 1633-XED

      At 12:00 AM, the Defendant ran her car into the car of an off-duty Police Officer on I-95. The Defendant kept going, and did not stop. The Officer radioed other Officers, who eventually caught up to the Defendant. After the accident, the Defendant spontaneously stated she drank vodka earlier that night. The Defendant did not perform to standards on the roadside exercises and refused to blow into the breath machine. The Defendant was charged with DUI with property damage and leaving the scene of an accident.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 7989-XDK

      At 11:40 PM, Officers were conducting traffic control and observed the Defendant traveling 55 mph in a 40 mph zone. As the Defendant exited the vehicle he was noticeably swaying and exhibiting the smell of an alcoholic beverage. Defendant only agreed to perform 3 of the roadside exercises, which he failed. Defendant had a carefree attitude and told Officers this was his 2nd DUI. He refused the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 0115-FAH

      At 2:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving 45 mph in a 30 mph zone. The Defendant???s speech was slurred, he smelled like an alcoholic beverage, and his eyes were glassy. As the Defendant exited his vehicle and performed the roadside exercises, Police noticed cocaine in his nostrils. Defendant admitted to drinking earlier that night, and had an open vodka cranberry in his vehicle. Defendant later blew into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 0318-XDK

      At 4:18 AM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 88 mph in a 55mph zone, swerving, and almost striking the cement lane barrier. Police stopped the Defendant, and the Defendant had difficulty exiting the vehicle. The Defendant had slurred speech, and could not perform the roadside exercises. The Defendant later refused to submit to the breathalyzer, and apologized for his behavior.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6726-XBN

      At 6:33am, Police observed Defendant asleep in his vehicle. Awakened, Defendant attempted to put vehicle in gear but was stopped by officer. Defendant stepped out of the vehicle, swaying side to side and holding on for balance. Defendant could not take sufficient steps to pass the field sobriety test and failed to perform to standard in the others. Defendant stated “I cannot do this exercise” when asked to stand on one leg. Defendant became angry and used profanity telling the officer to shut up and refused to allow the officer to shot the vehicle door Defendant later spontaneously uttered that the had had four beers. Defendant blew more than twice over the limit and as arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8367-XEX

      At 3:15am, Police was flagged by a passerby who stated that the Defendant was honking the horn nonstop. Defendant was completely stopped in a travel lane obstructing traffic, and causing a nuisance with his honking of the horn. The defendant slowly drove away when approached by the police. Officer issued loud verbal commands to stop. After traveling a few blocks, defendant stopped and climbed over the center console in to the passenger seat. Defendant claimed his sister was driving. Defendant also stated “My brother is a North Miami Cop, can you help me out?” Defendant was unsteady on his feat and failed to perform to standards on field sobriety tests. Defendant blew three times the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 2606-XBN

      At 1:10am, Police observed Defendant swerving from the left lane toward the inside shoulder, almost colliding with the concrete wall twice, and back toward the center lane. Police followed defendant for several blocks and conducted a traffic stop. The defendant pulled over in the center of the left shoulder and when asked if aware, defendant responded no. Defendant’s face was pale and pupils were dilated. Defendant failed the field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6063-XDX

      At 4:35am, Police responded to a crash scene where defendant had collided and driven onto the median causing severe damge to the vehicle. Defendant reported he did not see the median. Police observed signs of impairment. Defendant faile to perform to standard on the field sobriety tests and blew more than two times over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 4367-XDY

      At 11:38 pm, Police observed defendant driving at 75mph in a clearly marked 40 mph zone. Once the traffic stop was conducted, Police noticed Defendant had vomit and food debris on her shirt and questioned the defendant about drinking. Defendant explained she had only consumed a beer and a half yet said she was coming from the library. Police administered the field sobriety test to which defendant did not perform to standard. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrest for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3033-XED

      At 1:12am, Defendant was observed running a stop sign. Police stopped defendant and asked him for license and registration. Defendant funbled through wallet and provided officer with business cards and credit cards instead of the requested documentation. Police asked defendant to exit the vehicle. Defendant stumbled and held onto the car for balance. Defendant failed to perform to standards in the field sobriety tests and blew well over double the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3518-XED

      FACTS: At 1:48 am, Police responded to accident scene where defendant was spotted exhibiting signs of impairment. Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. Defendant did not perform to standards and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 5734-XEM

      At 3:36am, Police observed Defendant traveling at 90 mph on a clearly posted 55mph zone and swerving, failing to maintain a single lane. Defendant admitted to have been drinking at a friend’s birthday party. Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests to which she did not perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9475-XDY

      At 3:50am, Police conducted a traffic stop in which defendant was pulled over for reckless driving. Defendant appeared unsteady on his feet. Defendant was asked to perform field sobriety tests. Defendant could not even begin three of the five tests due to impairment and did not perform to standard on the two attempted. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 5905-XEM

      At 2:33am , Police observed defendant failing to maintain within a single lane. Defendant swerved back and forth obstruct officer’s lane causing traffic to slow down considerably to about 10-13mph. Defendant continue to swerve and slowed down until came to almost a complete stop in the middle of the roadway. Police approached defendant. She was laughing and stated she had been drinking in Brickel. Defendant failed to perform to standards when asked to perform field sobriety tests. Defendant offered police officer and his family scholarships in exchange for her release. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6882-XDG

      At 3:17, Police observed defendant run a steady red light. Upon approaching the defendant, police immediately detected an eminent odor of an alcoholic beverage and asked defendant to perform field sobriety tests. Defendant missed ALLL heel to toe steps on the Walk and Turn test, and missed his nose every time in the Rhomberg FInger to Nose. Not performing to standard, and failing to provide a breath sample, Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 489850-X

      At 12:20 am, Police observed the Defendant driving from the Shore Club on Miami Beach with no headlights on. Police stopped the Defendant, and noticed slurred speech and the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath. The Defendant asked Police “Is this absolutely fucking necessary?”, and later called the Police “fucking assholes.” The Defendant requested to “do the catwalk” during the walk the line roadside exercise, as her friends applauded her from the car. Defendant failed all roadside exercises, and refused to blow into the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 5413-DER

      At 1:30 am, Police observed the Defendant traveling 60 mph in a 40 mph zone through a red light. The Defendant then stopped at the next light 5 feet beyond the stop bar. Police stopped the Defendant, who admitted to drinking some beers earlier that night at a bar in Coral Gables. The Defendant failed all the roadside exercises, including counting to 30 in 6 seconds, and doing a military spin on the walk the line exercise. Some time later, the Defendant blew .078 and .074 into the breathalyzer machine, just a few points below the legal limit. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 2534-FZD

      At 4:45am, Defendant was stopped for traveling at 50mph on a 30 mph speed zone. Police approached Defendant and noticed a distinct odor of burnt cannabis coming from the vehicle. Defendant’s pupils were dilated and eyes were glassy and bloodshot. Defendant explained ” Sorry sir, its jus’ that Im new here, and these roads are… new. Going to my.. our hotel.” Defendant confessed to have been at a club on south beach and to have smoked marijuana earlier that day. Defendant failed to perform to standard on the field sobriety tests. Defendant was arrest an found with two and a half tablets of a controlled substance and blurted, ” Oh my God! What are those!? Cuz’ they ain’t mine I swear!” Defendant agreed to provide a blood sample and was later arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 574151

      At 8:10 pm, the Defendant hit a pedestrian with her car. Police responded to the scene, where Defendant admitted to drinking beer and hitting the victim. Defendant had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Defendant failed the roadside tests, and Police arrested the Defendant. Defendant took the breathalyzer test and blew a .097 and .101, clearly over the legal limit under Florida Law. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 286063X

      At 3:45 am, Police observed the Defendant run a stop sign after leaving a club in Downtown Miami Design District. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Defendant failed the “one leg stand” roadside test, and did not participate in any other roadside tests. The Defendant refused to take the breathalyzer test, and refused to sign any paperwork provided by the Police. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 4675-XDY

      At 11:10pm, Police observed defendant traveling at 78mph in a clearly marked 45mph. Police conducted the traffic stop when defendant openly admitted to have consumed a couple of beers. When asked to perform field sobriety tests, Defendant swayed from side to side raising her arms significantly for balance and failed to perform to standards.Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 501331-W

      At 8:38 pm, the Police observed the Defendant swerving and veering into oncoming traffic. Police stopped the vehicle and noticed a smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant. Defendant admitted to drinking some beers that night, and then failed the roadside tests. Defendant blew a .93 and a .95 into the breathalyzer machine, over the legal limit. Defendant had a difficult time standing on his feet. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8305-XEX

      At 5:46am, Police observed Defendant acting aggressively toward the the newspaper delivery person. The defendant had allegedly made inappropriate comments using profanity and causing fear. Officers approached defendant who had driven to a CVS near by. Officers did not arrest Defendant as he was not operating a vehicle. Defendant was later observed entering and driving his vehicle and Police conducted a traffic stop. Defendant failed to perform to standard on the field sobriety tests and blew well over twice the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 5194-XEM

      At 7:17 am, Police observed defendant asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle which had the key in the ignition and in drive mode. Defendant was woken and asked to step out of the vehicle but he could not stand. Police helped Defendant out of his vehicle. Field sobriety tests were not conducted as defendant could not stand without assistance. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was Arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 286013X

      At 3:54 am, Police observed the Defendant leaving CLUB METROPOLIS in Downtown Miami. The Defendant ran a stop sign, and the Police initiated a traffic stop. Upon contacting the Defendant, Police noticed a smell of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant then failed the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking Cosmopolitans that night. The Defendant blew a .163 and a .160 in the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9340-XEX

      At 4:44am, Police observed defendant traveling at 65mph on a clearly marked 40 mph zone. Police conducted a traffic stop and noticed defendant exhibited signs of impairment such as blood shot eyes and slurred speech. Defendant did not perform to standards and failed to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 575604X

      At 8:30 pm, Police observed the Defendant swerving in and out of his lane several times, causing other vehicles to take evasive action in order to avoid an accident. When Police activated their overhead lights to pull over the Defendant, it took the Defendant ½ mile to pull over. The Defendant had no Drivers License, no proof of insurance, or registration, and his zipper was down. The Defendant appeared confused and unsteady on his feet. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a smell of alcohol on his breath. Police did not conduct roadside exercises, but the Defendant blew .115 and .107 in the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 4550DOC

      At 4:00 am, Police observed the Defendant driving without an illuminated tag light. Upon contacting the Defendant, Police noticed slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and an open 32 ounce bottle of Budweiser in the Defendant’s car. The Defendant admitted to drinking for several hours earlier that night, and also admitted to smoking marijuana and using cocaine. He also admitted to drinking shots of “aguardiente”. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises, and then submitted to a urine test. Defendant blew .072 and .070 in the breathalyzer machine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3753-XEJ

      At 4:05am, Police observed defendant swerving in and out of his designated lane. Police signaled defendant using his overhead lights and defendant slammed on breaks, stopping in the middle of the road before he slowly proceeded to the shoulder. Police asked defendant for his drivers license to which defendant responded, ” Im fine, I just had 1 beer.” Defendant was saying side to side while instructions for the field sobriety tests were being given and failed to perform up to standards. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 8110EMS

      At 4:55 am, Police observed the Defendant sitting in his car, the car running and the keys in the ignition, in a NO PARKING zone on the side of the road in Downtown Miami. There was also a red cup and a plastic arm band next to the drivers side door on the ground. Police conducted a traffic stop on the Defendant, who later failed the roadside exercises, and blew .099 and .095 into the breathalyzer machine. Post-miranda, the Defendant admitted to drinking 4 large mixed Vodka drinks at the Voodoo Lounge earlier that night. This was the Defendant’s 2nd DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 7287-XDL

      At 2:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant running a flashing red light at a high rate of speed in Downtown Miami. The Defendant had a flushed face and bloodshot eyes, and failed 3 out of 3 roadside exercises. The Defendant also exhibited the smell of an alcoholic beverage from her person, and had a passenger in the vehicle who was impaired. The Defendant admitted to drinking 3 vodka tonics earlier that night, and eventually refused to submit to the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 8941-XCM

      At 3:09 AM, the Police observed the Defendant taking a stop sign through Euclid Avenue in Miami Beach. The Defendant was pulled over and the Officer noticed that he had slurred speech and a strong smell of alcohol coming from his breath. When asked to produce his driver’s license the Defendant fumbled through paperwork and grabbed his cell phone instead. After being asked a second time, the Defendant finally gave his license. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to take the breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 4560XEV

      At 1:04am police observed defendant drifting from the left lane heading northbound to the middle lane. The defendant then displayed a delayed reaction (applying turn signal after car was in middle lane). Pursuant to the traffic stop defendant was asked for license, registration and proof of insurance three separate times. When asked to perform the field sobriety test, defendant nearly fell on three separate occasions. Defendant failed to perform to standard during field sobriety test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 8173-XCM

      At 3:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant speeding on Miami Beach on Washington Avenue, almost hitting a motorcyclist. When Police pulled over the Defendant, he was unsteady on his feet and disoriented, with slurred speech and an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his body. The Defendant refused the roadside exercises, saying “When I was DUI before this test did me in.” Defendant also refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3878XEJ

      At 2:20am police observed defendant speeding and conducted a routine traffic stop. Pursuant to traffic stop officers observed a strong odor of alcohol on defendant’s breath along with slurred speech. Defendant was asked to perform in field sobriety test in which they failed to perform to standard. Defendants BAC was above legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 6374-XBP

      At 6:40 AM, Police observed the Defendant speeding and driving without her lights on. Police stopped the Defendant, who had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant suffered from acid reflux and was texting while driving. She did not admit to having any drinks earlier that night, but had over 25 bottles of liquor in her trunk. She refused to blow into the breathalyzer, and had a previous DUI conviction from two years earlier. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 7635-XDK

      At 1:30 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving with no lights on, in between lanes, at a suspiciously slow rate of speed. When Police activated their overhead lights, the Defendant quickly pulled over and exited his car, beginning to allegedly walk home. Police then stopped the Defendant on-foot and began to notice signs of impairment. The Defendant refused to perform roadside exercises and refused the breath machine. This was the Defendant’s 3rd DUI arrest within 10 years.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3454-XEJ

      At 3:20 AM, Police responded to a reported crash where Defendant had crashed into a palm tree on the median. Police and Fire Rescue examined Defendant and when Defendant was medically cleared the officers asked for her driver’s license and registration. Defendant randomly stated “I don’t understand what is going on here.” When Police asked, Defendant agreed to allow Fire Rescue to take a sample of her blood but quickly changed her mind and refused, also refusing to be transported to the Hospital and to provide a breath sample. Defendant was vomiting, crying, talkative, and her clothes were soiled. Defendant was unable to perform the roadsides and continued to ask “what is happening.” Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6224-XDX

      At 12:57 AM, Police responded to a call regarding the Defendant’s reckless driving. Defendant failed to yield right-of-way to oncoming traffic while making a left hand turn, and was traveling 44 MPH on a clearly marked 30 MPH zone. First, the defendant said she had nothing to drink that night, but soon explained she had had “two glasses of wine, maybe three.” In the Walk and Turn exercise defendant counted 9 steps but only took 5, stepping off the line twice. When asked for a breath sample, Defendant explained “All my friends that are Attorneys said you should never do it… I also take prescriptive meds and don’t know how that would affect the results…. I’ve seen Papi drive drunker than I drove today. This isn’t fair.”

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6667XEE

      At 11:26pm, Police observer the defendant driving 90 mph on a 55 mph zone. The defendant failed to stop immediately and was followed by the police for about ¼ mile. Officer noticed the defendant had a strong odor of alcohol and bloodshot eyes. The defendant agreed to perform roadside tests which he did not perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 5963XEM

      At 1:45am, Defendant was observed running a stop sign, swerving from lane to lane, and striking the dividing concrete median as he made a left turn. The officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the car, when asked to step out of the vehicle he showed signs of impairment. The defendant admitted he had a “couple of beers and a whiskey”. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety tests, which he failed to perform to standards. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6789XEX

      Police observed Defendant driving 90mph on a 55 mph posted zone. Police stopped defendant and asked for license which she was not able to provide it stating “I’m sorry officer. I guess I left it at the Bar”. Defendant had the licensed suspended for unpaid traffic tickets. Defendant had flushed face, bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech (accent) and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath. Defendant failed to perform to standards the field sobriety tests. The defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3017-XED

      At 7:55am, Police responded to a request for a DUI unit at an accident scene. Police found an open container inside the defendant’s vehicle which had been poured out into the middle console and a closed miller light beer in the back seat. Defendant failed the field sobriety tests and blew almost three times over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3404-XEX

      At 3:40am, the defendant was observed drifting to the left and right coming close to striking the wall. Defendant continued to straddle the lane marker for several seconds at a time driving extremely slow at 32mph in a posted 50 mph zone. Police stopped defendant and observed he was sweating, flushed, and eyes were clearly dilated. During the field sobriety tests, defendant became argumentative claiming he had not been given clear instructions. Defendant became agitated. Officer found ecstasy in the defendant’s possession. Officer questioned defendant about the ecstasy and defendant claimed to have no knowledge of it. Officer also found a cooler with two beers in the back seat of the defendants car. Defendant refused the breathalyzer test stating he did not trust the machine. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3602-XDK

      At 12:04 am, defendant was involved in a traffic crash. Officers questioned the defendant whom admitted to being the driver of the vehicle. Defendant displayed slurred speech and bloodshot eyes and was asked to submit to the field sobriety tests. Defendant failed to perform to standards and blurted “I only had three scotches on the rocks!” Defendant blew almost twice over the limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9454-XCG

      At 2:08am, the defendant was involved in a traffic accident when she rear ended another vehicle. Police arrived at the scene and noticed defendant exhibited a strong odor of alcohol. Defendant advised she had a few drinks prior to the accident. Officer administered field sobriety tests and defendant performed poorly. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI with property damage.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 2953-XDQ

      At 2:40pm, Police observed Defendant driving at 65mph on a zone marked 35mph. Police stopped defendant whom stumbled out of his vehicle. Officer noticed defendant had watery, bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. Defendant did not perform to standards on the field sobriety tests and blew .14 on the breathalyzer test, almost twice the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 060697-J

      Around 3:00 AM, Police observed the Defendant execute an illegal u-turn, almost colliding into two oncoming vehicles, and striking the outside curb. Police stopped the Defendant, who exhibited signs of impairment, including stumbling and the odor of an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant refused to cooperate with the investigation, and refused to sign any paperwork. Defendant was arrested for DUI, and later refused to submit to the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 5482-XEM

      At 4:27pm, Police observed Defendant travel through a solid red light and proceed to swerve from lane to lane. Police activated emergency equipment but defendant failed to stop. Police had to travel ahead of defendant to stop all other traffic from being involved in a collision with the defendants vehicle. Defendant finally reached a stop. Police approached vehicle and defendant unexpectedly traveled further into the intersection, striking the officer’s vehicle. Defendant exited the vehicle and fell on the ground, unable to stand. Defendant asked, “Where am I?” and failed field sobriety tests. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 5861XBP

      At 4:29am, a road ranger spotted defendant sleeping in his truck, which was running and blocking the entire left lane of an expressway. The ranger attempted to wake the defendant by knocking on the driver-side window of the truck. In response, the defendant drove away. Defendant stopped again and the road ranger made his second attempt to confront the man. Defendant rolled down the window, told the ranger that he was “intoxicated” and proceeded to drive away for the second time. He stopped the car again and went back to sleep. At that point, the ranger had called dispatchers for help. A state trooper soon appeared who asked the defendant to step out of the vehicle. The defendant refused and was consequently placed in handcuffs. Defendant later agreed to undergo psychophysical evaluations and a breathalyzer test. Defendant blew 0.167 and 0.162 on the breathylizer. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 9982XCG

      At 6:51 pm, defendant was caught by a police officer while driving 18 mph above the legal speed limit of the zone in which he was present. After being directed to pull over, the defendant swerved the vehicle erratically, nearly crashing into a tree. When confronted by the officer, the defendant tried concealing his alcohol-ridden scent with breath mints. The defendant had blood shot eyes, slurred speech and he reeked of alcohol. Defendant refused to submit to a breathalyzer test. After consenting to roadside exercises, defendant failed and as a result was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 060697-J

      Around 3:00 AM, Police observed the Defendant execute an illegal u-turn, almost colliding into two oncoming vehicles, and striking the outside curb. Police stopped the Defendant, who exhibited signs of impairment, including stumbling and the odor of an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant refused to cooperate with the investigation, and refused to sign any paperwork. Defendant was arrested for DUI, and later refused to submit to the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3225-XED

      At 1:55am, Defendant drove through a solid red light at a slow rate of speed. Defendant then angled the vehicle toward the curb rubbing against the curb. Police attempted to stop Defendant but he did not stop for several blocks. Defendant had just left a local club and was disoriented therefore unable to locate the interstate. Defendant failed to follow directions on the field sobriety tests and blew over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 9263-XEC

      Around 4:30 AM, Police came into contact with the Defendant after she cut in front of oncoming traffic, causing vehicles to swerve out of her way. The Defendant pulled into a parking lot, and exhibited slurred speech and various other signs of impairment. The Defendant failed 3 out of 3 roadside exercises, and later blew .137 and .134 into the breathalyzer machine. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8542-XEJ

      At 2:43am, Police observed Defendant performing an illegal turn on a solid red light despite posted signs. Defendant exhibited slurred speech and said, “Im not doing shit!” when asked to perform field sobriety tests. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 6941-XDG

      At 4:18 AM, the Police the observed the Defendant, a minor, passed out at the wheel of his vehicle which was obstructing traffic on Sunset Drive. The Officer observed three open containers of beer on the floorboard of the passenger seat and asked the Defendant to exit the vehicle. The Defendant put the car in drive, then reverse, drive, and then back to park before exiting the vehicle and using the door to avoid falling. The Officer noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and was swaying back and forth. The Defendant failed the roadside tests and then blew .140 and .125 into the breath machine. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 8895-XCM

      At 4:55 AM, the Police observed the Defendant traveling 61 mph on Macarthur Causeway in a 40 mph zone. The Police stopped the Defendant and noticed he had bloodshot and watery eyes along with a slurred speech smelled like an alcoholic beverage. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises and later refused to take the breathalyzer test. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: F10-18785

      At 12:00 AM, the Defendant was driving home with several passengers in the car when he crossed the median and crashed into oncoming traffic. The passengers in the other car were airlifted to the hospital and suffered extensive, permanent injuries. The Defendant did not perform to standards on the roadside exercises. Police drew blood from the Defendant, resulting in a blood alcohol content of .255, over three times the legal limit. Defendant arrested for 2 Felony counts of DUI with Serious Bodily Injury.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2007 Case 1049-XDK

      At 1:59 AM, the Defendant was observed losing control of his vehicle while attempting to make a turn on South Dixie Highway. When the Officer was finally able to catch up with him, he noticed that Defendant had slurred speech and was very jittery. Meanwhile, the passenger tried to hide a Mickey’s Malt Liquor beer between his legs. When asked if he had been drinking, the Defendant replied “just a little” and repeatedly stated “I’m sorry for what I did.” The Defendant failed the roadside tests, including touching his nose with the tip of his index finger, and he refused to submit a breath test. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and CARELESS DRIVING.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6772XDX

      At 5:29am, defendant was spotted by a police officer while driving a car with a flat front tire. The defendant was also seen swerving in and out of his lane. The defendant was stopped and told by the officer to step out of the vehicle and walk towards the police car. After the request was given 5 times, the defendant finally gave in. While searching for the defendant’s driver’s license, the detected an odor of alcohol in the car. The defendant appeared intoxicated, with bloodshot eyes and a flushed appearance of skin. Defendant agreed to take a series of field sobriety tests as well as a breathalyzer test. Defendant failed all field tests and blew .111 on the breath tests. The defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case 1499-XEU

      At 1:20am, defendant was pulled over by a police officer for driving 55 mph in a 35 mph speed zone. Defendant had blood shot, watery eyes and could not stand without leaning against his car. The defendant’s license was suspended and he admitted that he had consumed alcohol prior to driving. Defendant agreed to take several field sobriety tests which he failed. Defendant refused to undergo a test of breath. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2015 Case: A10IHVP

      At 7:30PM, the Defendant rear-ended another driver causing $8,000 in damage. The other driver immediately noticed a scent of alcohol coming from the driver and called the police. Upon arrival, the police noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eye and a flushed face, as well as a strong odor of alcohol. While talking to the officer, the Defendant admitted to having been drinking that night. The officer then administered field sobriety, which the Defendant did not perform to standards. When the Defendant provided a breath sample, they blew a .260/.254 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 7635-XEE

      At 12:27 am, an officer observed the Defendant fail to maintain the single lane, and also improperly change lanes. Multiple vehicles had to swerve in order to avoid crashing into the Defendant. The officer initiated a traffic stop in order to ensure the well being of others, and he approached the driver’s side. The officer could smell alcohol emitting from the Defendant's breath, and also noticed the Defendant's eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant consented to completing the field sobriety exercises, but had difficulty maintain balance, and failed. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and provided a breath sample of .87 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2008 Case 3049-XDH

      Around 2:30 AM, Police witnessed an accident on 5th Street in Miami Beach between two vehicles. The Defendant approached the Police, and admitted to having 3 beers earlier that night. The Defendant failed 5 out of 5 roadside exercises, and had slurred speech. The Defendant told the Officer “I’m drunk, ok, right.” The Defendant refused the breathalyzer machine and did not make any other incriminating statements. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 8218-XBP

      AT 10:12 PM, Police arrived on the scene of a traffic crash. The Defendant was at fault for the crash, and after completing the accident investigation, Police turned to the DUI investigation. The Defendant told Police he had a leg injury, yet decided to perform the roadside exercises. Police did not conduct the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus exercise. Police arrested the Defendant on suspicion of DUI. Defendant refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed failing to use a turn signal and then crash head on into a Miami Dade Transit Bus. The Defendant then reversed and left the scene with over $5,000 in property damage. The officer caught up with the Defendant in the hit and run accident, and found the Defendant to have a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant had a flushed face, slurred speech, and the Defendant's eyes were also bloodshot. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises due to the level of impairment, and was arrested for DUI. At the station, the Defendant provided a breath sample of .151, which is almost double the legal limit.

      Case Number: Case: A0Z08RP

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: A0Z08RP

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed failing to use a turn signal and then crash head on into a Miami Dade Transit Bus. The Defendant then reversed and left the scene with over $5,000 in property damage. The officer caught up with the Defendant in the hit and run accident, and found the Defendant to have a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant had a flushed face, slurred speech, and the Defendant's eyes were also bloodshot. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises due to the level of impairment, and was arrested for DUI. At the station, the Defendant provided a breath sample of .151, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: 4101-XDT

      At 4:38 am, the Defendant failed to come to a complete stop at a red light when he crashed head on into the rear end of a vehicle. The damage the Defendant caused was $600. When officers responded they noticed that the Defendant had blood shot, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. They also noticed the Defendant had slurred speech and trouble balancing during the standard field sobriety tests. The Defendant was too intoxicated and impaired to meet the standard and was arrested. During the search of the Defendant’s car, the officers found a glass pipe with drug residue all over it. The Defendant blew .193/.171, which is more than double the legal limit, and was placed inside the patrol vehicle.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: A0Z0-X0P

      At 5:50 pm, The Defendant was reportedly harassing customers and employees in a McDonalds drive through. After attempting to turn off the engine the Defendant refused and threatened to call the Corporation. The Defendant began calling the restaurant non-stop until the police arrived. When the police arrived, they notice the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendants mouth. The officer asked him to call someone for a ride but he refused. The Defendant was reportedly belligerent and threatening. The Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety tests and ultimately failed. The Defendant blew a .188/.184 into the breathalyzer which is double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: 0493-XFE

      At 7:19 am, the Defendant had hit a pedestrian, and fled the scene, only to then crash into a parked vehicle. When officers responded to the scene, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes and very slurred speech. The Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety exercises but ultimately failed. The Defendant blew a .086/.085 into the breathalyzer and was then arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: 1197-XCF

      At 11:07 pm, police officers stopped the Defendant because their vehicle resembled one that was involved in an accident. The Defendant had crashed into two other vehicles and left the scene. The Defendant caused about $6,000 worth of damages. When police stopped the Defendant they noticed a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle as well as bloodshot, watery eyes on the Defendant. The Defendant was then asked to perform the field sobriety tests which they agreed to. Ultimately, the defendant could not keep their balance and was arrested on the spot for DUI. The Defendant blew a .284/.261 into the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 8484-XEJ

      At 5:21 AM, Police was stopped at a red light next to Defendant. Police observed Defendant was not wearing his seat belt. Although Defendant was in a right turn only lane, the Defendant proceeded to travel straight when the light turned green and was then pulled over by the police officer. Defendant was extremely excited and talkative, “wildly” chewing gum, and did not complete the one leg stand exercise because he was falling over. The Defendant spontaneously stated “I’m not drunk but I did do half a roll” and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 4275-XDK

      At 8:04 PM, Police responded to an emergency call regarding a young female who had fallen asleep behind the wheel. The witness that made the call explained he was in the vehicle behind the Defendant for 6 light cycles of red, yellow, green and noticed Defendant was asleep. Arriving at the scene, Police asked Defendant to step out of the vehicle. Upon observation, Police spotted a half empty Sky Vodka bottle in the backseat of the vehicle. The Police then asked the Defendant to perform roadside exercises to determine if he was under the influence of alcohol. The Defendant failed to perform the roadside exercises to standard, refused to blow into the breathalyzer and was subsequently arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 7168-XEJ

      At 4:00 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving a black Mercedes-Benz convertible northbound in the southbound lane of traffic. While driving in the opposite direction of traffic, the Defendant almost collided with a marked police vehicle head on. While approaching the Defendant’s vehicle, Police observed the Defendant talking on a cellular phone. Police asked the Defendant if he had been drinking and the Defendant smiled and replied that he had a few beers but the he was going home. Failing to perform the roadside exercises correctly, the Defendant was arrested and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3009-XDQ

      At 5:20AM, Police stopped Defendant for driving with headlights off. A hit and run was reported moments earlier regarding the Defendant. Defendant admitted he fell asleep at the wheel, careened into the median, struck a street sign, caused substantial damage and fled the scene. Defendant blew into the breath machine over the legal limit, .096 and .087. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI and fleeing the scene of an accident.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 9231-XEC

      At 4:08 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving 88 mph in a 50 mph zone. The Defendant also swerved 5 times outside his lane, causing more than half the vehicle to exit the lane. When Police stopped the Defendant, he quickly exited the vehicle and dropped his wallet. The Defendant did not have a Florida Drivers License, and did not perform up to standards on the roadside exercises. The Defendant did not make any statements and refused the breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 511915-W

      At 1:56 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving and making an illegal U-turn in the middle of the roadway in order to approach a well known male prostitute. The Officer almost crashed into the Defendant. The Defendant admitted to having 4 beers earlier that night, and then failed several roadside exercises. Defendant did not have a drivers license on him at that time, and later refused the breathalyzer test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 1920-XED

      At 12:35 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving at a high rate of speed on 8th Street. The Defendant was also weaving in and out of traffic. Police stopped the Defendant, who had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the 3 roadside exercises he performed. He later refused to blow into the breath machine, and did not make any statements.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 8939-XEJ

      At 5:22 AM, Police observed the Defendant straddling her lane of traffic, unable to maintain a single lane. Police stopped the Defendant who stated “I don’t have my license because of my previous DUI”. Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person. Defendant admitted to drinking shots of tequila and refused the breathalyzer because of her pending DUI. Defendant arrested for second DUI within one year.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3245-XEJ

      At 2:14 AM, Police observed the Defendant approaching a Sun Pass Lane in a toll plaza, and weaving between lanes, almost running off the road. Police stopped the Defendant who said “please don’t take me in I have been drinking.” Defendant was unable to perform the roadside exercises and said she drank 3 or 4 Coronas earlier that night. After Police arrested the Defendant, she blew .25 and .26 into the breath machine, which is over 3 times the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case F09-23741

      At 10:57 PM, Police arrived on the scene of a hit and run accident. As the Defendant was driving, she struck a pedestrian without knowing, and continued driving. Later Police arrested the Defendant after conducting a line-up on the scene, during which the victim identified the vehicle and the Defendant. The Defendant smelled like an alcoholic beverage, and failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant chose to blow into the breath machine, and blew .07 and .06, under the Florida legal limit, Police arrested her for felony DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3425-XCK

      At 3:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant make two consecutive illegal left hand turns while swerving outside of her lane. After Police stopped her, the Defendant showed signs of intoxication, including slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Officer called for a DUI unit for backup. Upon arrival, the DUI Officer conducted roadside exercises with the Defendant, who failed all five. The Defendant admitted to drinking wine and vodka earlier that night at Mystique nightclub. The Defendant blew .151 twice into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 7596-XDK

      At 11:55 PM, the Defendant was involved in a traffic crash in Hialeah, during which he collided with another vehicle in the middle of an intersection. Upon Police arrival, the Defendant had no injuries, yet seemed intoxicated. The Defendant also had a CDL license. The Defendant did not perform well on the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking 4 beers earlier that night. The Defendant also admitted to eating rice and beans. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and he blew .132 and .133 into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3136-XEJ

      At 12:47 AM, Police witnessed the Defendant perform an illegal U-turn and then stop in the middle of a traffic lane. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed the smell of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant told Police this was his second DUI and that he did not want to perform roadside exercises. The Defendant did eventually perform some exercises, captured on videotape by the Doral Police. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3187-XEJ

      At 11:50 PM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 58 mph in a 40 mph zone and conducted a traffic stop. Police asked the Defendant for license, insurance and registration, however the Defendant only provided his driver’s license. The Defendant subsequently failed to perform the roadside exercises to standard and was transported to the police station to conduct a breathalyzer test. The test revealed a .092 blood alcohol level on two separate blows. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 4698-FPF

      At 10:20 PM, Police were dispatched to the scene of a traffic crash involving the Defendant. The Defendant was asked to exit the vehicle but had difficulty maintaining his balance. Police requested backup in conducting a DUI investigation and the Defendant was asked to perform roadside exercises. The Defendant failed to perform the exercises to standards by hopping to maintain balance, swaying and failing to follow directions, The Defendant stated “there is so much going on around me it is hard to comprehend.”

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3009-XDQ

      At 5:20AM, Police stopped Defendant for driving with headlights off. A hit and run was reported moments earlier regarding the Defendant. Defendant admitted he fell asleep at the wheel, careened into the median, struck a street sign, caused substantial damage and fled the scene. Defendant blew into the breath machine over the legal limit, .096 and .087. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI and fleeing the scene of an accident.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3731-FXT

      At 8:40 PM, Police observed Defendant make an illegal left turn and stopped Defendant. Defendant was nervous and sweating and smelled of marijuana. Defendant openly admitted to having smoked marijuana earlier and claimed to have some in his mouth in attempts to destroy the evidence. Defendant blew .00 on both breath samples and provided a urine sample, which indicated Defendant was under the influence of Cannabis. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 5273-XDY

      At 2:40 AM, Police observed Defendant travelling at 8 mph in a marked 50 mph zone. When approached, Defendant stopped in her lane of travel and did not pull over away from traffic until the Police asked three times. Defendant handed Police the passenger’s license instead of her own and then snatched it back. Defendant provided her registration but never her insurance. Police reminded Defendant of insurance card and Defendant said “that’s it right there, right?” referring to the registration card. Defendant agreed to perform the roadsides but swayed and struggled to maintain balance. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample stating that students in law school are taught to never provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3245-XEJ

      At 2:14 AM, Police observed the Defendant approaching a Sun Pass Lane in a toll plaza, and weaving between lanes, almost running off the road. Police stopped the Defendant who said “please don’t take me in I have been drinking.” Defendant was unable to perform the roadside exercises and said she drank 3 or 4 Coronas earlier that night. After Police arrested the Defendant, she blew .25 and .26 into the breath machine, which is over 3 times the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3295-XED

      At 5:28 AM, Police observed Defendant sitting in vehicle with motor running. Police approached Defendant and smelled alcohol in his breath. Police asked Defendant to perform roadsides but Defendant was unable to stand on his own. Defendant could not follow and assimilate instructions. Defendant refused three of the five tests and failed to perform to standard on the two he executed. Defendant also refused to provide a breath sample and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case F09-23741

      At 10:57 PM, Police arrived on the scene of a hit and run accident. As the Defendant was driving, she struck a pedestrian without knowing, and continued driving. Later Police arrested the Defendant after conducting a line-up on the scene, during which the victim identified the vehicle and the Defendant. The Defendant smelled like an alcoholic beverage, and failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant chose to blow into the breath machine, and blew .07 and .06, under the Florida legal limit, Police arrested her for felony DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3425-XCK

      At 3:50 AM, Police observed the Defendant make two consecutive illegal left hand turns while swerving outside of her lane. After Police stopped her, the Defendant showed signs of intoxication, including slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Officer called for a DUI unit for backup. Upon arrival, the DUI Officer conducted roadside exercises with the Defendant, who failed all five. The Defendant admitted to drinking wine and vodka earlier that night at Mystique nightclub. The Defendant blew .151 twice into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 7596-XDK

      At 11:55 PM, the Defendant was involved in a traffic crash in Hialeah, during which he collided with another vehicle in the middle of an intersection. Upon Police arrival, the Defendant had no injuries, yet seemed intoxicated. The Defendant also had a CDL license. The Defendant did not perform well on the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking 4 beers earlier that night. The Defendant also admitted to eating rice and beans. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and he blew .132 and .133 into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3136-XEJ

      At 12:47 AM, Police witnessed the Defendant perform an illegal U-turn and then stop in the middle of a traffic lane. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed the smell of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant told Police this was his second DUI and that he did not want to perform roadside exercises. The Defendant did eventually perform some exercises, captured on videotape by the Doral Police. The Defendant refused the breathalyzer. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 3187-XEJ

      At 11:50 PM, Police observed the Defendant traveling 58 mph in a 40 mph zone and conducted a traffic stop. Police asked the Defendant for license, insurance and registration, however the Defendant only provided his driver’s license. The Defendant subsequently failed to perform the roadside exercises to standard and was transported to the police station to conduct a breathalyzer test. The test revealed a .092 blood alcohol level on two separate blows. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 7168-XEJ

      At 4:00 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving a black Mercedes-Benz convertible northbound in the southbound lane of traffic. While driving in the opposite direction of traffic, the Defendant almost collided with a marked police vehicle head on. While approaching the Defendant’s vehicle, Police observed the Defendant talking on a cellular phone. Police asked the Defendant if he had been drinking and the Defendant smiled and replied that he had a few beers but the he was going home. Failing to perform the roadside exercises correctly, the Defendant was arrested and refused to blow into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case B09-60882

      At 6:27 PM, Police observed Defendant operating a dingy while completely naked, with three topless female passengers. Police Officer stopped Defendant for a safety check and asked for his registration and safety devices. Defendant handed his nieces fishing license stating, “I hope this will do,” and dropped a fire extinguisher. Police noticed an open beer can at Defendant’s feet and asked what direction Defendant had come from. Defendant responded pointing to two separate directions simultaneously. Police asked Defendant to perform afloat exercises and transported him to land to perform roadsides. Defendant refused and was arrested for operating a vessel while under the influence.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 4698-FPF

      At 10:20 PM, Police were dispatched to the scene of a traffic crash involving the Defendant. The Defendant was asked to exit the vehicle but had difficulty maintaining his balance. Police requested backup in conducting a DUI investigation and the Defendant was asked to perform roadside exercises. The Defendant failed to perform the exercises to standards by hopping to maintain balance, swaying and failing to follow directions, The Defendant stated “there is so much going on around me it is hard to comprehend.”

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 8286-XEE

      At 2:25 AM, Police observed Defendant driving 20 mph over the speed limit and repeatedly swerving out of his lane. Defendant cut in front of another vehicle nearly colliding with it. Police stopped Defendant and asked him to step out and perform roadside exercises. Defendant staggering out of his vehicle, fell back on his car and stated, “I had three vodka and tonics… I went to drink after work and drove irresponsibly.” Defendant failed his roadsides and refused to blow into the breath machine saying, “you didn’t have to destroy my life.” Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI, speeding, and failure to drive within a single lane.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9026-XEJ

      At 11:14 PM, Police observed the Defendant driving on Miami Beach in his yellow Lamborghini, allegedly traveling over the speed limit. Police stopped the Defendant, who was ???having a great time??? and ignoring the Police. Eventually the Defendant handed over his paperwork, and ???fell out??? of the vehicle. The Defendant cooperated with the Police in everyway, and blew .150 and .137 into the breathalyzer, almost double the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 4109-RKC

      At 3:03 AM, Officers responded to the scene of a traffic crash, in which the Defendant crashed into a fence. The Defendant did not require medical care, but had slurred speech and seemed to be under the influence. Defendant was not behind the wheel of the car when the Police arrived on the scene. Defendant failed the roadsides and admitted to drinking Jack Daniels earlier that night. Defendant blew .128 into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 511915-W

      At 1:56 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving and making an illegal U-turn in the middle of the roadway in order to approach a well known male prostitute. The Officer almost crashed into the Defendant. The Defendant admitted to having 4 beers earlier that night, and then failed several roadside exercises. Defendant did not have a drivers license on him at that time, and later refused the breathalyzer test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 9190-XEC

      At 3:36 AM, Police observed the Defendant on Miami Beach traveling too closely to his marked Police vehicle. The Defendant sped past the Officer, and then changed lanes recklessly three times to avoid colliding with other vehicles. The Defendant smelled like an alcoholic beverage, and had a half-empty bottle of tequila in the front seat of his vehicle. The Defendant failed all the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking 5 glasses of wine. The Defendant also stated ‘I had too much to drink.’

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 341777-W

      At 3:45 AM, Police observed the Defendant speeding on the Miami Beach Causeway, and directed the Defendant to pull over. The Defendant did not pull over, but kept driving for about one mile, until escorted to the side of the road. The Police forced the Defendant out of the vehicle at gunpoint, and the Defendant failed the roadside exercises. The Defendant later blew a .116 into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 3575-FQS

      Around 2:45 AM, the DUI Task Force stopped the Defendant for following too closely and failure to maintain a single lane. Police noticed signs of impairment when speaking with the Defendant. The Defendant cooperated fully, providing breath and urine samples. The Defendant blew .067 and .057 into the breath machine, below the legal limit. However the Defendant tested positive for two controlled substances in his urine, after a full drug recognition evaluation. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 0730-XEB

      Around 12:00 AM, Police responded to the scene of an accident, upon which Police encountered the Defendant inspecting two vehicles. Police noticed the Defendant swaying, bloodshot eyes, and the smell of an alcoholic beverage. The Police then decided to conduct a DUI investigation, upon which the Defendant failed the HGN roadside, and later blew .173 and .175, twice the legal limit, into the breath machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 8852-XEJ

      Around 4:20 AM, Police observed the Defendant speeding and running a red light on Miami Beach. She also swerved her vehicle, so Police effectuated a traffic stop. The Defendant had difficulty balancing, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant then failed the roadside exercises, and later refused to submit to a breath test. This was the Defendant???s third DUI arrest within one year.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 0703-XDK

      At 2:31 AM, Police arrived on the scene of accident, in which the Defendant had run over the median and collided with a parked vehicle on the other side of the road. The Defendant was vomiting on the floor when Police arrived on the scene. The Defendant could not do the roadside exercises, and admitted to drinking 8 beers earlier that night. The Defendant later blew .145 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 5479-GLM

      Around 3:00 AM on Miami Beach, Police followed the Defendant for nearly one mile while she committed a host of traffic infractions, including speeding, following too closely, and reckless driving. Police stopped the Defendant, who had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Police performed a full DRE (drug recognition evaluation) on the Defendant, requesting breath and urine. Both results came back negative, however the Defendant had already been arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 6624-XEE

      At 1:45 PM, Police observed Defendant peel out of a local sports bar parking lot and fishtail out of control. Police followed Defendant with emergency lights and sirens activated for several blocks until Defendant pulled over. Defendant’s speech was not understandable. Police instructed Defendant to perform roadsides. Defendant failed and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 488295X

      At 3:47 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving between two lanes on Washington Avenue on Miami Beach. The Defendant almost hit the vehicle of a Police Officer. The Officer stopped the Defendant, and noticed slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the roadside exercises and blew a .104 and .099 into the breathalyzer.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case: 2736-XED

      At 2:50 AM, Defendant was stopped at a DUI check point. When asked to exit the vehicle, Defendant struggled, held the door handle, and claimed to be nervous. Defendant eventually agreed to perform the roadsides. In the walk-and-turn exercise, Defendant only took 4 steps in each direction instead of the requested nine. Defendant used arms to balance in the one-leg stand exercise and still put her foot down several times throughout the exercise. Defendant provided a breath sample of .217 and .217, more the twice the legal limit, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 5375-XDY

      At 6:30 AM, the Miami Dade DUI Task Force pulled over the Defendant on Southwest 8th Street for driving with an unsafe vehicle. Defendant had been in a car accident earlier that day, and her bumper was dragging. Police asked the Defendant to exit the car and perform roadsides, which she failed all 5 exercises. She later blew into the breath machine over the legal limit, .093 and .082.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 6390-XDL

      At 12:00 AM, Police stopped the Defendant for making several suspicions turns in a residential neighborhood, and for running a stop sign. Upon making contact with the Defendant, Police noticed an open bottle of Couvoisier in the vehicle, and a cold poured drink next to the Defendant. The Defendant failed the roadsides and refused the breathalyzer, telling Police he was just trying to give a girl back her bike.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A0Z0MVP

      At 2:34 am, officers responded to a Be On the Look Out in which the Defendant had initially called for help with directions. Once the officers arrived on scene, they noticed the Defendant had a slurred speech, bloodshot watery eyes, and an odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The officers viewed the Defendant’s car as to having fresh damage from an accident, but were unable to find any report of an accident having occurred. The Defendant was asked to complete the roadside exercises, but failed to pass the test. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then submitted a breath sample of .202/.197 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A0Z0T0P

      At 6:06 am, officers were dispatched to the whereabouts of the Defendant’s vehicle by an anonymous caller, to which the Defendant was driving the wrong direction against traffic. Once the officers approached the Defendant, they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant admitted to having beers before getting behind the wheel, and was then asked to complete the roadside exercises. The Defendant was unable to complete the roadside exercises, was arrested for DUI, and submitted a breath sample of .276/.261, which is more then double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 9195-WNB

      At 5 am, officers observed the Defendant going the unlawful speed of 65 mph in a posted 45 mph zone, and driving with no headlights. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon inspection of the Defendant noticed the pungent odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and an unsteady walk. Due to all these signs of impairment, the Defendant was unable to complete the standard field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8385-XEM

      At 1:45 am, officers were dispatched to a possible road rage driver that had stopped abruptly and parked in a parking lot. Once the officers arrived on the scene, they approached the Defendant’s vehicle and noticed the Defendant had a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant also showed a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and a slurred speech that led the officers to believe the Defendant was intoxicated. After the Defendant admitted to having had “enough” to drink, the officers began to conduct the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .223, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2009 Case 3832-XEJ

      At 7:39 PM, Police observed the Defendant run a stop sign. Defendant had just left a strip club and the Police were watching the Defendant. The Defendant had the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person, and slurred speech. Defendant performed the roadsides and later submitted to the breathalyzer. Police did not follow procedure by failing to videotape the roadside exercises. Defendant arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 9231-XEC

      At 4:08 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving 88 mph in a 50 mph zone. The Defendant also swerved 5 times outside his lane, causing more than half the vehicle to exit the lane. When Police stopped the Defendant, he quickly exited the vehicle and dropped his wallet. The Defendant did not have a Florida Drivers License, and did not perform up to standards on the roadside exercises. The Defendant did not make any statements and refused the breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 511915-W

      At 1:56 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving and making an illegal U-turn in the middle of the roadway in order to approach a well known male prostitute. The Officer almost crashed into the Defendant. The Defendant admitted to having 4 beers earlier that night, and then failed several roadside exercises. Defendant did not have a drivers license on him at that time, and later refused the breathalyzer test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 1920-XED

      At 12:35 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving at a high rate of speed on 8th Street. The Defendant was also weaving in and out of traffic. Police stopped the Defendant, who had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant failed the 3 roadside exercises he performed. He later refused to blow into the breath machine, and did not make any statements.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 4275-XDQ

      At 4:15 AM, Police observed Defendant driving off of the road and past the solid white line on the right most lane of travel. Defendant was driving about 20 mph under the speed limit, and cut in front of the driver in the center lane, causing him to slam on his brakes repeatedly to avoid a collision. Police stopped Defendant and requested that the roadsides be performed. When asked what time it was, Defendant responded 3am, when it was in fact 5 minutes till 5am, and said she felt “buzzed.” Defendant’s breathalyzer readings were .171 and .168. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2010 Case 8939-XEJ

      At 5:22 AM, Police observed the Defendant straddling her lane of traffic, unable to maintain a single lane. Police stopped the Defendant who stated “I don’t have my license because of my previous DUI”. Defendant had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and the smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person. Defendant admitted to drinking shots of tequila and refused the breathalyzer because of her pending DUI. Defendant arrested for second DUI within one year.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 1943-XED

      At 1:52, Police stopped Defendant for running a flashing red light. Police observed Defendant’s license was suspended for a previous DUI and had a “C” restriction, business purposes only. Defendant said she was on the way to a girlfriend’s house. Defendant failed the Horizontal Gaze test and the one leg stand exercise. Defendant refused to submit to a breathalyzer test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 3420-XEJ

      At 3:14 AM, Police observed Defendant going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone and swerving in and out of the driving lane. Police pulled Defendant over. Defendant could barely be understood in either English or Spanish. However, Defendant was able to clearly state, “I’m not as drunk as the others.” When asked to perform the roadsides, Defendant said he was “only a little drunk.” Defendant blew .150 and .155 and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2011 Case 2967-XDQ

      At 1:42 AM, Police pulled Defendant over for violation of the Florida Move Over Law. While conversing with the Police Officer, Defendant was unable to keep his balance. Defendant missed the tip of his nose several times during the finger-to-nose test and was asked not to finish the one leg stand test for his own safety as he was swaying from side to side and put his foot down several times. Defendant did not perform to standards in the roadsides and blew a .147 and .141. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 1655-XBQ

      At 3:15 am, officers observed the Defendant driving recklessly going over 85mph in a posted 60 mph zone. The Defendant also weaved recklessly in between several cars, and almost colliding with them. The officers initiated a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The Defendant also swayed back and forth with an unsteady balance, while the officers smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant and vehicle. During the inspection of the vehicle, the officers uncovered an empty can of beer on the passengers’ side, and thus initiated the field sobriety test. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the test, was arrested for DUI, and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A11N4QP

      At 7:37 am, officers noticed the Defendant asleep behind the wheel with the engine running and the car in drive. Once the Defendant awoke, he began to drive recklessly against traffic, causing 2 accidents and over $6,000 worth in damage. The Defendant did not stop at the accident scene and did a hit and run, until the Defendant’s car stopped a few miles away. The officers approached the Defendant and saw the Defendant had red eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. Due to the level of the Defendant’s intoxication, the Defendant was unable to complete the sobriety exercises and was arrested for DUI and provided a blood sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: 0493-XFE

      At 7:19 am, the Defendant had hit a pedestrian, and fled the scene, only to then crash into a parked vehicle. When officers responded to the scene, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendant. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes and very slurred speech. The Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety exercises but ultimately failed. The Defendant blew a .086/.085 into the breathalyzer and was then arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: 1197-XCF

      At 11:07 pm, police officers stopped the Defendant because their vehicle resembled one that was involved in an accident. The Defendant had crashed into two other vehicles and left the scene. The Defendant caused about $6,000 worth of damages. When police stopped the Defendant they noticed a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle as well as bloodshot, watery eyes on the Defendant. The Defendant was then asked to perform the field sobriety tests which they agreed to. Ultimately, the defendant could not keep their balance and was arrested on the spot for DUI. The Defendant blew a .284/.261 into the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 5984XEM

      At 1:40am, defendant was pulled over by a police officer for driving 20 miles per hour over the speed limit. The defendant was seen with blood shot, watery eyes and appeared to be very confused. After failing multiple field sobriety tests, the defendant was arrested for DUI and taken to MDPD Midwest Station where he refused to undergo a breath test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 1425-XEU

      At 1:55am, Police stopped Defendant for traveling at 60 in a 45 mph zone. When asked to exit the vehicle, defendant stumbled and gripped tightly to his door for balance. Officer asked defendant to perform the field sobriety tests. Defendant could not keep his balance or follow the officers instructions. Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9292-XEX

      At 4:35am, Defendant was stopped for exceeding the speed limit. Officer approached the vehicle and requested Defendants license and registration which defendant failed to provide. After a second request, Defendant located and provided drivers license and registration. Defendant openly admitted to having only “one glass of vine.” Noticing slurred speech and bloodshot eyes, officer requested she perform the field sobriety tests. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 3527-XED

      At 10:58pm, Defendant was found slumped over the wheel of his vehicle. Police approached the vehicle and defendant exited stating “I’m fine, I just stopped to rest because i was too drunk to drive.” During field sobriety tests, defendant continuously interrupted officer’s instructions and continued to say, “I know I’m drunk but i wasn’t driving.” Defendant refused to to blow into the breathalyzer and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9515-XEX

      AT 4:32 am, Defendant was observed vomiting out the side of his car window. Police approached the vehicle and Defendant was now slumped over the steering wheel, asleep, with vomit covering the drivers area of the interior of the car. The car was on drive, and the defendant had his foot on the brake. Defendant would not wake up despite the officer knocking on the window. Officer opened the vehicle door and proceeded to shut off the car. Defendant had to be shaken repeatedly to awaken and failed field sobriety tests, blowing over the legal limit. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 4002-XEX

      At around 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant having difficulty maintaining the single lane, and thus initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer approached the vehicle, the officer was immediately struck with the strong odor of alcohol before even speaking with the Defendant. Upon careful observation of the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and slurred speech. The officer began to conduct the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was too impaired to maintain balance and failed the sobriety test. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit any breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 6504-XDX

      At 10:55 pm, an officer observed the Defendant going an unlawful speed of 63 mph in a posted 30 mph zone. The Defendant was also driving without headlights, and was having difficulty maintaining the single lane. The officer attempted to stop the Defendant's vehicle, but the Defendant failed to stop and also run a steady red light in the process. After finally being able to stop the Defendant, the officer approached the driver’s side of the vehicle and immediately smelled the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer also noticed the Defendant had a slurred speech, bloodshot watery eyes, and an unbalanced stance. The Defendant was unable to complete the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant was able to provide the breath sample of .258, which is significantly more than triple the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 2454-XBQ

      At 9:20 pm, an officer was dispatched to the location of a reckless and aggressive driver who failed to maintain the single lane, and had crashed into another moving vehicle causing almost $3,000 in damage. Once the officer approached the Defendant in the vehicle and noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and once the Defendant spoke, the officer smelled the odor of alcohol. The Defendant admitted to drinking before getting behind the wheel, and once out of the car, the Defendant swayed from side to side. After failing the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .238 in the breathalyzer-almost 3x’s the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 9966-XFG

      At 3:40 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run crash accident between 2 vehicles, and caused hundreds of dollars in damage. The officer found the Defendant and immediately noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot eyes and was able to smell the odor of alcohol emitting from the mouth. The Defendant also had slurred speech; a thick tongued speech, and admitted to consuming shots of vodka before driving. The Defendant was unable to meet the standards for the sobriety test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .142 in the breathalyzer, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 0503-XBQ

      At 3:50 am, officers were dispatched to a possible injured person inside a car. When officers arrived, they found the Defendant asleep on the driver’s side with the engine running and the keys in the ignition. The officers attempted several times to wake up the Defendant, but it wasn’t until the Defendant was shaken forcefully that he woke up. Once awake, the officers were able to smell the odor of alcohol on his breath, and how the Defendant had very strong slurred speech. Due to the severity of the impairment the Defendant suffered, the officers stopped the field sobriety exercises short for the Defendant’s safety. The Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and blew a .104 into the breathalyzer machine.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 8591-XEJ

      At 5:39am, Defendant was observed drifting into the adjacent lane on several occasion and straddling lanes for several seconds at a time. Police stopped defendant and requested he perform field sobriety tests. Defendant blew over the limit and slurred “take whatever you want!” Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 9675-XEX

      AT 4:36am, Police observed defendant speeding past all other traffic at 65mph in a 40 mph zone. Defendant continued speeding and was stopped a few blocks down. Officer observed defendant had a flushes face and bloodshot eyes, along with slurred speech. The indicators of impairment was confirmed by a second officer and defendant was asked to perform roadsides. Defendant blew over the limit and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 1238-XEU

      At 12:52am, Defendant was observed swerving all over the road nearly hitting a motorcycle driver. Police stopped the Defendant and the motorcyclist. It was determined the defendant had had a domestic dispute with the motorcyclists, her husband. It appeared that the defendant was purposely attempting to sideswipe her husband. During the investigation, officers noted signs of intoxication and administered field sobriety tests. Defendant failed to follow basic instructions and refused the breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8468-XEM

      At 4:25 am, the Defendant was observed driving at a high rate of speed of 80 mph in a posted 40 mph. The officer also observed the Defendant swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop, the officer noticed multiple signs of impairment including: a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, mumbled speech, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. After failing to complete the standard roadside exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and also refused to take a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7506-XEM

      At 11:07 pm, officers were dispatched to a vehicle driving in the wrong direction against traffic. The officers found the vehicle parked in a gas station with the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. The officers attempted several times to awaken the Defendant, and once awake, officers were able to see how bloodshot and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. The officers could also smell alcohol and see how flushed the Defendant's face was. Throughout the night the Defendant passed out several times, refused to do the sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI. Afterwards, the Defendant blew a .302 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 4x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 0876043J

      At 12:56 am, witnesses called 911 about a driver who ran several cars off the road, almost collided with the median and other vehicles, and was failing to maintain the single lane. Once officers saw the Defendant’s vehicle, they initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officers were able to notice the Defendant had a red flushed face, and bloodshot watery eyes. Once the Defendant exited the vehicle, officers could tell it was extremely hard for the Defendant to maintain his balance, and decided not to go through with the sobriety test for the Defendant’s safety. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and afterwards blew a .178 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8018-XEE

      At 2:03 am, officers were dispatched to a person asleep in their vehicle and blocking traffic. Officers arrived on the scene and had to awaken the Defendant by shaking him. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and odor of alcohol and also admitted to the officers of having consumed 3 drinks of alcohol before driving. After the Defendant consented to complete the standard field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for not being able to pass it. The Defendant later blew a .212 in the breathalyzer, almost triple the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 6319-XEM

      At around 2 am, an officer observed the Defendant going 55 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon beginning to write the speeding ticket, the officer noticed the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The officer looked closely at the Defendant and also noticed the Defendant had red eyes. The Defendant admitted to the officer about having glasses of wine at a restaurant, and the officer saw that the Defendant's speech was also slurred. After being unable to pass the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .120 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 0810-XEB

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the officer pulled the Defendant officer, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol was coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant appeared very sleepy and told the officer about having some drinks before leaving the club. The Defendant consented to perform the roadside exercises, but was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and blew a .251 that is more than triple the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8631-XEM

      At 1:20 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling 62 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. While speeding, the Defendant was seen swerving between lanes and failing to maintain their single lane. The officer initiated a traffic stop and once in contact with the Defendant, the officer could smell the pungent odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant's facial area. The officer also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and was very uncooperative. After failing to complete the roadside exercises to standard, the officer arrested the Defendant whom refused to submit to a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A1EG2OE

      At around 7 am, an officer was patrolling around a nightclub when she viewed the Defendant stumble out and get into a vehicle. The Defendant was behind the wheel in the parking lot when the officer approached the Defendant and advised the Defendant to get a taxi, while noticing the Defendant’s pale face, bloodshot eyes and the overpowering odor of alcohol. The Defendant refused to get a taxi and got out of the car. A short while later, the officer observed the Defendant get back into the car and begin to drive away. The officer immediately stopped the Defendant and noticed the Defendant’s words were slurred and mumbled. The officer was unable to do the sobriety tests in the parking lot, but the Defendant completed the exercises at the station and was unable to meet the standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and then blew a .225 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7437-XEV

      At 11 pm, officers were dispatched to a 4-car crash, in which the Defendant was at fault. According to witnesses, the Defendant was going at a high rate of speed, driving carelessly and losing control of the car. The Defendant swerved in between the median and crashed head-on into 2 cars, and then into another. The estimated property damage was over $15,000. Once officers made contact with the Defendant they saw how red and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. When the Defendant stated to having drinks before driving, officers noticed how slurred and mumbled the Defendant's speech was. The officers instructed the Defendant on how to complete the roadside exercises, but the Defendant was unable to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later provided a breath sample of .154.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7888-XEM

      At 2 am, officers observed the Defendant speeding and going 82 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. In order to assure safety to other drivers, the officer initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and a slurred speech. The officer also noticed how the odor of alcohol was emitted every time the Defendant spoke. The Defendant consented to completing the sobriety exercises, but was unable to pass the tests. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and submitted a .118 breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7095-XEQ

      At 2:25 am, an officer observed the Defendant turn without using a turn signal and also saw the Defendant without a seatbelt on. The officer initiated a traffic stop and began to approach the driver’s side of the vehicle. While talking to the Defendant, the officer noticed an open container of alcohol in Plainview and asked the Defendant to get out of the car. The Defendant had a difficult time standing up straight and kept falling over. The officer also noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot, and the Defendant’s face was red. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises that were administered, and the Defendant was arrested for DUI after refusing to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8226-XEM

      At 3:40 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle operating without a right headlight, and then make an improper u turn. The officer initiated a traffic stop and was able to smell the odor of alcohol emitting before walking up to the drivers side. The smell became even stronger once the Defendant began speaking in a slurred and mumbled speech. The Defendant did tell the officer to drinking before getting behind the wheel, and thus the officer instructed the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises. The Defendant attempted to meet the standard, but was unable to due to the level of impairment suffered. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and later submitted a breath sample of .181.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 0399-XFE

      At 8:54 pm, officers were dispatched to an accident in which the Defendant was driving carelessly, and rear-ended a moped, to which the victim fell and hurt her neck. The officers questioned the Defendant and saw the bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled the odor of alcohol, which made them believe the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was shown how to complete the field sobriety exercises, but did not meet the standard. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 7822-XEM

      At 10.09 pm, an officer observed the Defendant swerving in and out of lanes, to which point the Defendant almost crashed. The officer conducted a traffic stop, and could smell the odor of alcohol while walking up to the vehicle. The Defendant had a confused speech, and seemed disoriented. During the field sobriety test, the Defendant was unable to maintain a steady balance, and therefore failed to meet the standard requirements. There was also a ½ empty bottle of rum recovered in the Defendant’s vehicle. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, with a blood alcohol level of .148/.128.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 8231-XEM

      At 1:23 am, an officer observed the Defendant going at a high rate of speed of 110 mph in a posted 40 mph zone, while also failing to maintain the single lane. In order to ensure the safety of others, the officer initiated a traffic stop. The officer saw the Defendant had a slurred speech and flushed face when talking with the Defendant. The Defendant then attempted to bribe the officer, but the Defendant was unsuccessful. After failing to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to cooperate anymore.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A1EG2NE

      At around 9 am, officers were dispatched to a neighborhood about a suspicious vehicle in a driveway. When officers arrived on scene, they saw the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. Once the Defendant awoke, the officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot watery eyes and the strong smell of alcohol. The Defendant consented to the sobriety exercises, but did not pass. The Defendant was arrested and also submitted a breath sample of .137.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 6753-XEQ

      At 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant run a steady red light and initiated a traffic stop. The officer then noticed the Defendant’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, as well as the Defendant’s face was flushed. The Defendant refused to comply with the standard field sobriety exercises, and to submit a breath sample. Due to the un-cooperation and suspicion of impairment, the Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 4567-XFA

      At 1:43 am, officers were dispatched to a crash that resulted in over $1,000 in property damage. The Defendant stated that she swerved and crashed into a tree in order to avoid hitting another car. Officers detected the odor of alcohol coming from her breath, and also noticed she was suffering from slurred speech. Officers began to conduct a DUI investigation, but the Defendant was too impaired to pass any of the sobriety tests. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and also blew a .189 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 6851-XEX

      At 5:04 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run accident that occurred. The Defendant had crashed into another car, and the victim was extremely injured, the victim was transported to the nearest hospital. The Defendant caused over $20,000 in property damage, and fled the scene on foot. Due to the level of intoxication suffered by the Defendant, officers caught up with the Defendant quickly, and noticed the bloodshot, watery eyes and stench of alcohol coming from the Defendant. The Defendant's flushed face, and loss of balance had the Defendant fail the sobriety test administered, and was arrested for DUI, and blew a .168/.173 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A1MNTOP

      At 9:13 pm, an officer was stopped at a light and observed some fighting going on in the back seat of the car in front of him. The officer initiated a traffic stop in order to investigate and make sure no one was hurt. When the officer approached the driver’s side, he immediately smelled alcohol coming from the driver. The officer could also see the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and a flushed face. After instructing the Defendant on how to complete the sobriety exercises, the Defendant was not able to perform to standard. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to provide a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A1MNYEP

      At 10 pm, an officer observed the Defendant fail to maintain a single lane, and then rapidly speed up to 70 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. The officer initiated a traffic stop and was able to see that the Defendant had red and watery eyes. Even though the officer did not smell any odor of alcohol, the Defnednat showed signs of impairment. After the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety tests, the Defendant agreed to submit a urine sample. The sample showed the Defendant was impaired by a CNS drug stimulant, and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: A0Z08RP

      At 11:30 pm, the Defendant was observed failing to use a turn signal and then crash head on into a Miami Dade Transit Bus. The Defendant then reversed and left the scene with over $5,000 in property damage. The officer caught up with the Defendant in the hit and run accident, and found the Defendant to have a strong odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The Defendant had a flushed face, slurred speech, and the Defendant's eyes were also bloodshot. The Defendant was unable to pass the field sobriety exercises due to the level of impairment, and was arrested for DUI. At the station, the Defendant provided a breath sample of .151, which is almost double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2017 Case: 4101-XDT

      At 4:38 am, the Defendant failed to come to a complete stop at a red light when he crashed head on into the rear end of a vehicle. The damage the Defendant caused was $600. When officers responded they noticed that the Defendant had blood shot, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol. They also noticed the Defendant had slurred speech and trouble balancing during the standard field sobriety tests. The Defendant was too intoxicated and impaired to meet the standard and was arrested. During the search of the Defendant’s car, the officers found a glass pipe with drug residue all over it. The Defendant blew .193/.171, which is more than double the legal limit, and was placed inside the patrol vehicle.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: 8492-XBQ

      At 12:20 am, the defendant was stopped by an officer who noticed the defendant drifting off their lane multiple times. When the officer approached the defendant’s vehicle he noticed a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage. The officer requested that the defendant perform the field sobriety exercises, which they agreed to. The Defendant began the exercises before the officer could even finish explaining the instructions. During this time, the Defendant continued to lose his balance and was swaying from side to side. The officer also noticed that the Defendant began to close his eyes as if they were falling asleep. After failing the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was arrested. The Defendant blew a .207/.220 into the breathalyzer. When the Defendants car was towed they also discovered a gun in the vehicle.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: 6914-XEM

      At 3:27 am, police officers responded to the Defendant slumped over the wheel under a traffic light with the engine still running and the car in drive. The officers attempted several times to wake up the defendant. When the Defendant finally woke up they seemed confused and disoriented. The officers noticed a very strong odor of alcohol which grew every time the Defendant spoke. To determine whether the Defendant was DUI, they were asked to perform some field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to balance and showed clear signs of impairment. Unable to perform these exercises the defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .128/.122 into the breathalyzer which is almost twice the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: A0Z119P

      At 11:43 pm, The Defendant was involved in an accident then proceeded to flee the scene. The cost of the damages was about $1,000. After police had responded to the hit and run they noticed a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth. The officers also noticed the Defendants slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant was asked to perform some field sobriety test exercises where you could clearly tell that the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was then arrested and also refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2018 Case: 0398-XFE

      At 12:52 am, a police officer stopped the Defendant who was driving at a fast speed of 65mph and weaving in and out of lanes. When the officer stopped the Defendant, they noticed many signs of impairment such as bloodshot watery eyes, slow speech, and a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitted from his person. The Defendant was also having difficulty maintaining their balance while performing the field sobriety exercises. Ultimately, the Defendant was too intoxicated to perform to standard and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant admitted to consuming a few drinks 20 minutes before being stopped. The Defendant blew a .148/.150 into a breathalyzer.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 3890-GYY

      At 1:24am, defendant was pulled over by a police officer for speeding and running a red light. The defendant was swaying as he stood still and appeared to have unstable balance. The defendant had bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol was emitting from his breath. The defendant agreed to take several field sobriety tests which he failed. Defendant refused to take a breath test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 0178XER

      At 1:09am, Officer observed the Defendant driving against traffic. The Officer ordered the Defendant to pull over and he didn’t stop immediately. When the Officer conducted the traffic stop the Defendant said he was in the area because his friends had a party in the Viceroy Hotel and he was dropping off a friend who had drank more than he had. The Officer ordered him to step out of the vehicle and noticed Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and he was swaying while he was standing. Defendant agreed to do the roadside tests, which he didn’t performed to standards. Defendant agreed to take the Breathalyzer test and blew 0.159 and 0.152. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6854-XDQ

      At 3:36am, Police Officer observed Defendant driving erratically, he had his left turn signal on and switched to the right lane almost crashing with other vehicles. The Officer began following the Defendant and noticed the Defendant’s car swerving all over the road. When the officer made contact with the Defendant, the Defendant was shaking and began turning away from the cop as he talked. The Officer asked for the Driver’s License and the Defendant handed him a debit card, the officer asked for the DL a second time and the defendant said “I handed to you already” while you looked at the Debit Card. The defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath and slurred speech. The Defendant submitted to the road side tests, but performed poorly and consequently was arrested for DUI. Defendant refused to submit to the Breathalyzer test.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6525-XBO

      At 5:01pm, Officer arrived to the scene of an accident with two cars blocking the road. The officer made contact with the Drivers and instructed them to move the cars off the road, the Defendant told the Officer she couldn’t because she was “fucked up”. The Officer asked the Defendant for the insurance information, Defendant opened the glove compared and dropped the documents on the floor and told the Officer multiple times she couldn’t find them even though the documents were right in front of her. Defendant agreed to do the roadside tests, which he didn’t performed to standards. Defendant agreed to take the Breathalyzer test and blew 0.317 and 0.324.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6751-XEM

      At 2:15am, Officer stopped Defendant for failing to stop at a flashing red light before making a left turn and almost crashing with another car. Defendant then began driving at a high speed, 60mph on a 30mph zone. The Officer pulled over the Defendant who had bloodshot watery eyes, slow sluggish movements, slurred speech, and the strong odor of alcohol on his breath. The Defendant first told the Officer he had one drink and then admitted to having 2 drinks. Defendant failed the road side tests. Defendant blew 0.128 and 0.129 on the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6984-XEX

      At 3:45am, police officer noticed a car parked on the side of the road, Defendant had the seat laid back and was sleeping and the keys were in the ignition. The officer knocked on the Defendant’s window but he wouldn’t wake up. When the officer opened the door, he could sense the smell of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle and from the Defendant. The officer took the keys out from the ignition, attempted to wake up the Defendant one more time, when he did, he appeared disoriented and when asked to step out the car he had difficulty keeping his balance, he had to hold on to the door and the roof. The officer asked the defendant if he knew where he was, Defendant looked around in a circle very slow trying to keep balanced and mumbled “south beach”. Defendant didn’t perform to standards any of the 5 the road side tests. Defendant blew 0.194 and 0.182 on the Breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6028XEQ

      At 1:50am, a police officer spotted defendant swerving from left to right in her vehicle, just barely ramming into the curb. The police officer turned on his emergency equipment and motioned for the defendant to pull over. Defendant did not stop until officer had been following her for two blocks. When officer approached the vehicle, defendant was seen with bloodshot, watery eyes, a thick tongue, slurred speech, and a scent of alcohol was detected on her body. Defendant agreed to take a field sobriety test in which she failed. Defendant was unable to even stand up without losing balance. Defendant agreed to take a breathalyzer test in which she also failed, receiving levels of .084 and .082. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 5378XDY

      At 1:40am, defendant was caught by a police officer driving 72 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. Defendant slowed down to 55 mph after seeing the officer and then he swerved into the concrete border of the roadway. The driver stopped his car in the middle of the road. The officer pulled the defendant over and approached the man in the vehicle. The defendant had slurred speech, flushed skin and he reeked of alcohol. He admitted to the officer that he’d had three beers “back at the Ale House.” Defendant agreed to take field and breathalyzer sobriety tests in which he failed. Defendant received levels of .128 and .125 on breath tests. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6810XDX

      At 1:53am, defendant was caught by a police officer driving 67 mph in a 40 mph zone. Officer pulled defendant over, approached the driver inside his vehicle and saw the defendant in a soaking wet button-down shirt. The officer also detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from the defendant’s breath. After being told to step out of the vehicle, the defendant lost balance and fell directly to the ground. Defendant had red, bloodshot eyes and was unable to see straight. Defendant failed all sobriety field tests and refused to submit to a breathalyzer test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case: 6499XEQ

      At 5:30am, defendant was caught speeding by police officer. Defendant was pulled over by officer. Officer detected the odor of alcohol of on defendant’s breath. Defendant also had blood shot eyes and slurred speech. The defendant agreed to perform field sobriety tests in which he failed completely. Then, defendant agreed to take a breath test, which he failed as well, receiving levels of .149 and .138. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: 8492-XBQ

      At 5:50 pm, The Defendant was reportedly harassing customers and employees in a McDonalds drive through. After attempting to turn off the engine the Defendant refused and threatened to call the Corporation. The Defendant began calling the restaurant non-stop until the police arrived. When the police arrived, they notice the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the Defendants mouth. The officer asked him to call someone for a ride but he refused. The Defendant was reportedly belligerent and threatening. The Defendant was then asked to complete the field sobriety tests and ultimately failed. The Defendant blew a .188/.184 into the breathalyzer which is double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: 6914-XEM

      At 3:27 am, police officers responded to the Defendant slumped over the wheel under a traffic light with the engine still running and the car in drive. The officers attempted several times to wake up the defendant. When the Defendant finally woke up they seemed confused and disoriented. The officers noticed a very strong odor of alcohol which grew every time the Defendant spoke. To determine whether the Defendant was DUI, they were asked to perform some field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to balance and showed clear signs of impairment. Unable to perform these exercises the defendant was arrested for DUI. The Defendant also blew a .128/.122 into the breathalyzer which is almost twice the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 6851-XEX

      At 5:04 am, officers were dispatched to a hit and run crash scene in which the Defendant struck another vehicle, resulting in the injury of another person, and over $20,000 worth in property damages. The Defendant fled the scene on foot, but was found by police shortly after. Upon careful inspection of the Defendant, the officers noticed the Defendant had slurred speech, a red face and red eyes. They could also smell alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, and advised the Defendant on how to complete the roadside exercises for DUI. The Defendant was extremely impaired, and was unable to meet the standard in order to pass. The Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .173/.168 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8019-XEE

      At 4:06 am, officers observed the Defendant going at an extreme rate of speed of 75 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. The Defendant was unable to maintain the single lane for miles, and almost side swiped the officers patrol car. The Defendant was very uncooperative and fled from the police, unwilling to stop and comply with their demands. Once the Defendant finally pulled over and stepped out of the car, the officers noticed how unsteady the Defendant was, and the odor of alcohol that was coming from the Defendant. They also noticed the Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes, and had to keep holding on to the vehicle in order to maintain the unsteady balance. Once the Defendant failed to pass the sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for DUI, and then blew a .254/.243 in the breathalyzer, which is more the 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2015 Case: A0Z119P

      At 11:43 pm, The Defendant was involved in an accident then proceeded to flee the scene. The cost of the damages was about $1,000. After police had responded to the hit and run they noticed a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendants mouth. The officers also noticed the Defendants slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant was asked to perform some field sobriety test exercises where you could clearly tell that the Defendant was impaired. The Defendant was then arrested and also refused to give a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: A11N4QP

      At 7:37 am, officers noticed the Defendant asleep behind the wheel with the engine running and the car in drive. Once the Defendant awoke, he began to drive recklessly against traffic, causing 2 accidents and over $6,000 worth in damage. The Defendant did not stop at the accident scene and did a hit and run, until the Defendant’s car stopped a few miles away. The officers approached the Defendant and saw the Defendant had red eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. Due to the level of the Defendant’s intoxication, the Defendant was unable to complete the sobriety exercises and was arrested for DUI and provided a blood sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 7417-XEV

      At 12:40 am, officers were dispatched to the area in which an anonymous caller reported a possible intoxicated driver. Officers approached the Defendant’s vehicle and could smell the odor of alcohol already. They also noticed the Defendant’s vehicle had front-end damage from a recent crash. Upon inspection of the driver, officer’s saw the Defendant had bloodshot glassy eyes, and a slowed slurred speech. The Defendant complied to take the roadside exercises, but failed to meet the standard due to the level of impairment suffered. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit a breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 9195-WNB

      At 5 am, officers observed the Defendant going the unlawful speed of 65 mph in a posted 45 mph zone, and driving with no headlights. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon inspection of the Defendant noticed the pungent odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant also had bloodshot watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and an unsteady walk. Due to all these signs of impairment, the Defendant was unable to complete the standard field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8385-XEM

      At 1:45 am, officers were dispatched to a possible road rage driver that had stopped abruptly and parked in a parking lot. Once the officers arrived on the scene, they approached the Defendant’s vehicle and noticed the Defendant had a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the facial area. The Defendant also showed a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and a slurred speech that led the officers to believe the Defendant was intoxicated. After the Defendant admitted to having had “enough” to drink, the officers began to conduct the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant was unable to pass and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided a breath sample of .223, which is almost 3x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 4002-XEX

      At around 3 am, an officer observed the Defendant having difficulty maintaining the single lane, and thus initiated a traffic stop. Once the officer approached the vehicle, the officer was immediately struck with the strong odor of alcohol before even speaking with the Defendant. Upon careful observation of the Defendant, the officer noticed the Defendant’s flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, and slurred speech. The officer began to conduct the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant was too impaired to maintain balance and failed the sobriety test. The Defendant was arrested for DUI and refused to submit any breath sample.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8195-XEM

      At around 1 am, an officer observed the Defendant improperly start from a stopped position, and therefore, initiated a traffic stop. The officer approached the Defendant and noticed the Defendant's bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, and the distinct odor of alcohol coming from the mouth. The officer then asked the Defendant to step out of the car to complete the field sobriety exercises, but the Defendant had a difficult time standing straight up and completing the exercises. The Defendant did not pass the test and was arrested for DUI. During the vehicle inspection, officers found a half empty flask in plainview, which made the Defendant's case even more challenging since the Defendant blew a .227 in the breathalyzer.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 6876-XDX

      At 1:18 am, an officer observed the Defendant traveling at varying rates of high then low speeds, while not being able to maintain the single lane. The officer then initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side of the vehicle. The officer immediately smelled the odor of alcohol that the Defendant was giving off, and also saw the Defendant’s bloodshot and watery eyes. Since the officer suspected the Defendant was impaired, he administered the roadside exercises in order to determine if the Defendant was intoxicated. The Defendant was unable to pass the test and was arrested for DUI. The Defendant then blew a .194 in the breathalyzer, more than double the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 0438-XEV

      At 2:35 am, an officer observed the Defendant lose control of their car and crash into off the side of the road. The crash accident resulted in over $1,000 in damage, and when the officer went to apply aid, he noticed the Defendant’s vehicle had a strong odor of alcohol. After asking the Defendant to step out of the car, the officer searched the vehicle and found many open containers and bottles of alcohol. The Defendant refused to do any roadside exercises, and also refused to take a breathalyzer test. The Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 0503-XBQ

      At 3:50 am, officers were dispatched to a possible injured person inside a car. When officers arrived, they found the Defendant asleep on the driver’s side with the engine running and the keys in the ignition. The officers attempted several times to wake up the Defendant, but it wasn’t until the Defendant was shaken forcefully that he woke up. Once awake, the officers were able to smell the odor of alcohol on his breath, and how the Defendant had very strong slurred speech. Due to the severity of the impairment the Defendant suffered, the officers stopped the field sobriety exercises short for the Defendant’s safety. The Defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and blew a .104 into the breathalyzer machine.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8468-XEM

      At 4:25 am, the Defendant was observed driving at a high rate of speed of 80 mph in a posted 40 mph. The officer also observed the Defendant swerving and unable to maintain the single lane. Once the officer initiated the traffic stop, the officer noticed multiple signs of impairment including: a flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, mumbled speech, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant. After failing to complete the standard roadside exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI and also refused to take a breath test.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 7506-XEM

      At 11:07 pm, officers were dispatched to a vehicle driving in the wrong direction against traffic. The officers found the vehicle parked in a gas station with the Defendant passed out behind the wheel. The officers attempted several times to awaken the Defendant, and once awake, officers were able to see how bloodshot and watery the Defendant’s eyes were. The officers could also smell alcohol and see how flushed the Defendant's face was. Throughout the night the Defendant passed out several times, refused to do the sobriety exercises, and was arrested for DUI. Afterwards, the Defendant blew a .302 in the breathalyzer, which is almost 4x the legal limit.

    • The State dropped the DUI. - 2016 Case: 8018-XEE

      At 2:03 am, officers were dispatched to a person asleep in their vehicle and blocking traffic. Officers arrived on the scene and had to awaken the Defendant by shaking him. The Defendant had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and odor of alcohol and also admitted to the officers of having consumed 3 drinks of alcohol before driving. After the Defendant consented to complete the standard field sobriety test, the Defendant was arrested for not being able to pass it. The Defendant later blew a .212 in the breathalyzer, almost triple the legal limit.

    • The state DROPPED the DUI. - 2014 Case A089WCP

      At 2:15am, defendant was pulled over by police officer for speeding on I-95 and swerving in and out of his lane. Defendant has slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol was emitting from his breath. Defendant could not stand without swaying. Defendant admitted that he had consumed “a few beers” before driving. Defendant agreed to take field sobriety tests which he failed. Defendant took tests of breath and received levels of .072 and .069. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

    • The state DROPPED the possession charges. - 2014 Case B13038336

      At 6:12am, defendant was pulled over by police officer. The officer smelled a strong scent of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Defendant told the officer that she was carrying paraphernalia in the vehicle and handed the officer her glass pipe that contained marijuana residue. Defendant was arrested immediately for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

    • The State DROPPPED the DUI - 2015 Case: A61L51E

      At 8:00PM, the Defendant was driving in a parking garage and crashed into a stationary vehicle, despite the other vehicle honking and trying to get his attention, the Defendant failed to stop and crashed into the vehicle head on causing $15,000 in damage, and then left the scene. When the police arrived at the scene they noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot, watery eyes, and slurred speech. The Defendant did not perform the roadside sobriety tests to standard, and was then charged with a DUI. The Defendant blew a .201/.196 in the breathalyzer.

    • The StateDROPPED the DUI. - 2012 Case: 4140-XDY

      At 2:29am, Police observed Defendant doing 65mph in a 45 mph zone and switching lanes without using indicator signal. Police stopped Defendant who quickly admitted to have been drinking earlier at a happy hour. At first, Defendant refused field sobriety test but reassessed and attempted them. Defendant could not complete the tests. Defendant blew over the legal limit and was arrested for DUI.