Police on routine patrol observed P.H. driving a car with expired registration stickers. As he was speaking to P.H. he noticed a “strong odor” of burnt marijuana, and that she was repeating herself and seemed excessively nervous. Based on those observations, P.H. was arrested for DUI, taken into custody, and had her blood drawn. The.
A Philadelphia Housing Authority police officer was on duty when he observed the front seat passenger in J.S.’s car throw an object out of the window. The officer stopped the car to issue a citation for littering and claimed that upon speaking with J.S. he observed that he had blood shot eyes and slurred speech..
Client was charged with DUI after police responding to reports of a car accident find M.M. at the scene. Police observed multiple damaged parked cars, with the car allegedly driven by M.M. at rest on someone’s front lawn. Police alleged that while asking M.M. what had happened, he told police that he lost control of.
Client charged with DUI, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and criminal mischief after crashing his car while allegedly intoxicated. According to police, F.L. admitted to using heroin and drinking alcohol, and blood drawn from him indicated the same. However, the defense successfully challenged the use of his statements to police and identifications of F.L..
Police allege that after responding to reports of an unconscious person, they observed A.H. passed out behind the wheel, with the car running and in drive, his foot being on the brake. After being awakened, A.H. allegedly started “dancing in his seat”, had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath, extremely slurred speech, and he.