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 right to remain silent during the breath testing procedure at the jail.
Even when a criminal case looks bad at the outset, Harris Guidi may be able to find the “diamonds in the rough” that will help the client obtain a favorable resolution to the case. Call us for a review of your case.