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Operating Under the Influence, NOT GUILTY

April 3rd 2019
OUI- Liquor or .08%
Refusal to Obey a Police Officer
According to police, client was causing a disturbance at a tow-yard. They arrived and began asking him some questions as he sat in his stationary, but, running vehicle. They smelt the strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath. Client was inattentive and non-responsive to the officers demands and questions. When the defendant stood, he swayed slightly. The police placed the Defendant under arrest operating under the influence of alcohol and refusing to identify himself. At the booking procedure he passively resisted almost all commands and at one point had to be carried to the jail cell. In the end, he was charged with OUI and refusing to identify himself. He was acquitted after a trial of OUI and ordered to pay one hundred dollars for refusing to identify himself.
RESULT: Operating Under the Influence,NOT GUILTY. Fine of $100.00 for the Refusing to Identify.