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When we showed them all of the evidence that Roger was not intoxicated, the prosecution dropped the case.
Roger Z. was driving one night in Wilton Manors, Florida when he got into a minor car crash. The officer who showed up claimed he smelled alcohol, and that Roger was slurring his words, so he initiated a DUI investigation. Roger agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, which the cop wrote in the police report that he failed and arrested him for DUI. He administered a breath test, and Roger blew a zero. This cop was out to get him for some reason, and initiated a second breath test later on, and again Roger blew a zero. He then made him do a urine test for drugs. The urine test also came back negative.
This was an investigation where the cop seemed to have a vendetta against our client. We pointed out to the prosecutor that all three of the tests came back negative, showing that Roger clearly was not impaired.
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