Motion to Suppress Granted When DUI clients refuse the breath test, prosecutors like to argue to the jury that the refusal is “consciousness of guilt”. The argument can be persuasive. In a recent ruling, a County Court Judge granted our motion to suppress the client’s refusal due to law enforcement violating our client’s Fifth Amendment […]
Criminal Law Posts
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Habitual Traffic Offenders Drivers who have a lengthy record of citations or criminal traffic convictions may be deemed a Habitual Traffic Offender (“HTO”) by the DMV. As a result, the DMV revokes the person’s driving privileges for 5 years without any possibility of a hardship license for the first year. If caught driving while designated […]