Posts in DUI
Case Dismissed - DUI

K.D. was charged with DUI in Creek County after being pulled over by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper for allegedly running a red light.  Joe discovered that during the pullover the Highway Patrol Trooper performed several standard field sobriety tests that were not approved by the Oklahoma Board of Tests, therefore the Trooper would not be able to testify at trial whether K.D. performed the tests successfully.

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DUI, Big WinsStephanie Heckenkemper
DUI Amended to Improper Lane Change in Tulsa Oklahoma

My client was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in a Tulsa, Oklahoma Court.  After filing several winning motions in limine where the governments case was significantly impaired and the prosecutor realized that my client would likely get a not guilty verdict, the prosecution offered to amend the charge to improper lane change.

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Not Guilty - DUI

D.H. was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI ).  Since D.H. is a business professional that depends on his driving license and auto insurance as tools for his profession he could not afford to take a conviction or even be put on probation for DUI.

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DUI Wins for Norwood Law Firm Clients 2009 and Before

December 2009 Tulsa County District Court J.H. was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in the District Court of Tulsa County.  The state was being unreasonable so I set the case for trial.  Through my investigation I was able to determine that the sheriff who arrested J.H. was on vacation when the trial was set.  This means that the state would not be able to have their witnesses at trial. 

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