.24 DWI breath test DISMISSED

San Antonio criminal defense attorneys were steadfast advocates when called upon recently

Posted on December 23, 2015 by Jay Fathom

Criminal drug arrests for any controlled substances will leave most individuals with a lasting mark on all aspects of their personal lives for some time to come. And besides having the potential to adversely affect your future endeavors, the impact on your family's personal lives will be affected in a negative manner as well.

And if this legal malady does pertain to you or someone you know, consider talking to a San Antonio criminal defense attorney so you will be supported by a lawyer who has your own best interests at heart. And a stauncher legal advocacy group you'll never find than the team of criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Shawn C. Brown.

While some states such as Colorado, Washington and Alaska have already legalized the use of marijuana for personal use, Texas still seems to be a staunch supporter of not making this hallucinogenic substance part of the legal lexicon for the time being. But, like anything else in today's changing society, a die-hard population is not content and will not be satisfied until this cannabis plant and its derivatives are totally accepted in day-to-day life.

Even some politicians meeting during the current legislative session have offered up to both the house and the senate their committee's bills, which if passed by both government bodies, would make the Lone Star State fit right in line with the aforementioned states. But, however, we're not quite there yet. So, in the meantime, try to not run afoul of the law with any illegal substance.

And along those lines, Attorney Adrian Flores of the Law Office of Shawn C. Brown was in fine form during a recent marijuana possession trial in the Alamo City. A Nebraska client's unreasonable search and seizure has garnered a lot of publicity in recent weeks. The Supreme Court of the United States even weighed-in recently with a 6-3 decision that ruled in favor of a client whose civil rights had been infringed upon during an illegal search and seizure traffic arrest.

Adrian was easily able to argue to the judge that his client's rights had also been violated when the client's vehicle was pulled over without probable cause for the traffic stop. He easily demonstrated to the court that the client's 4th Amendment rights had been violated in the unreasonable search and seizure and got the case dismissed.

And I'm sure you'll agree that credibility is everything in a witness before the court, especially when the witness in question is an officer of the law. Attorney Shawn Brown, through tedious research and a thorough investigation, was able to get a DWI breath test of 0.24 dismissed recently as he was able to attack the credibility of the arresting officer in the case.

Shawn discovered that the arresting officer had himself been arrested for a criminal offense. Ultimately, the Prosecutor agreed with Shawn that they would not be able to use this officer as credible witness in the prosecution of the DWI and the case was thereby dismissed.

So, don't try to forge your own path in an arena as complicated as that of our legal system. Instead, seek competent advice and ultimately hire an attorney with a proven track record in court. Consider the well-versed team of federal defense lawyers that you'll find at the Law Office of Shawn C. Brown.

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