January 22nd 2021
OUI Drugs
Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Client was a pleasant aspiring firefighter and college graduate. According to police he was operating under the influence of drugs and operated him car negligently. Both accusations were true to a large degree. Client had gotten into a one-car accident. He was interviewed by police and admitted that he underestimated the oxycodone medication that he just took. That afternoon was the first time the client had taken the medication. The client was summoned and after several court dates and preparation of the Commonwealths expert, a trial was sought and held. The driving, although negligent did not exceed the threshold of beyond a reasonable doubt. After all the witnesses, medical documentation and expert testimony, it was concluded that the standard of beyond a reasonable doubt had not been met client was found NOT GUILTY of both charges.