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After showing the deposition transcript to the prosecutor, we were able to negotiate a dry reckless driving charge.
Marlene was from New York and didn’t want to have to fly back and forth for this DUI case. She was also worried about her children, and the impact it would have on her family.
Marlene C. was lost, late to pick up her children, and facing a complaining babysitter. She had directions up on both her Apple watch and iPhone, when she was pulled over for swerving by a police officer in Miramar, Florida. The cop asked Marlene to hand him her keys and get out of the car because he could smell alcohol on her breath, and her speech was slurred. Marlene told him she was in a hurry to get home to her children because she was late. The cop ordered her out of the car and told her he was conducting a DUI investigation. He asked her to do the field sobriety exercises, and then Marlene started yelling that she never said she had anything to drink, and that she needed to make a phone call. When the officer again asked Marlene to perform the field sobriety exercises she walked away from him and back towards the driver’s side door to get her phone. The officer then handcuffed and arrested her for DUI. At the BAT facility, Marlene sounds sober but angry. While there she bumped into the breath technician.
Marlene looked sober in footage from the BAT facility, so we took depositions of the people there that night. The breath technician who she accidentally bumped while walking by admitted that Marlene had brushed her, and that it “took every ounce for me not to beat her ass.” We showed that to the prosecutor.
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