Case No.: 03-025051MM10A, Broward County
Allegations: DUI: My client turned on to Oakland Park Blvd. and almost struck a patrol car at around 1:00 a.m.. The officer had to hit his breaks and go into the other lane to avoid a crash. My client smelled of alcohol, had blood-shot eyes, a distinct sway while standing and admitted to drinking. He ‘did poorly' on the roadside sobriety exercises and was arrested. He refused the breathalyzer test.
Results: acquitted by the JURY after just ten minutes of deliberation on Wednesday, June 30, 2004. One of the jurors told me after the trial that they would have come back with their NOT GUILTY verdict after just one minute of deliberation, but they felt an obligation to stay in the jury room for at least a few minutes. Defended by Lloyd H. Golburgh, Esq.