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Video | DUI Arrest Contest Trooper Tasers Sober Driver

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Worst DUI Arrest in the World

Worst DUI Arrest in the World

DUI Attorney in Tampa has just received a report that a 200 Arrest Award Winner in a DUI Contest has admitted to numerous violations of DUI Arrest procedures including shutting off her microphone to hide what she was saying to DUI suspects during her traffic stops. 
We have just obtained this shocking video where she tasers a driver who according to one source the video “caught her tasering a terrified man after he refused to get out of his car asking to call his lawyer. The man was later found to have been sober.” The cop flew off the handle when the driver sought to get advice of a DUI attorney / lawyer. The driver was tested at a BAC .03 and the the case was settled for $40,000.

In my 20 years of criminal defense experience, this is in my opinion, the worst dui arrest I have ever seen. I hereby award this cop my award for Worst DUI Cop With 200 DUI Arrests per Year in the World.




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We have repeatedly Condemned these DUI contests:

Dec 15, 2011
DUI Attorney on Florida’s West Coast just uncovered the “rules” for a recent DUI Arrest Contest. The awards are characterized as DUI enforcement equipment, some of it valued at thousands of dollars. As a Criminal Defense Attorney, I am not 
Nov 28, 2011
DUI Video | Pasco Florida Highway Patrol Arrest Contest. Florida DUI Attorney Lawyer continues to be concerned with the game that some police agencies have made out of DUI arrests. DUI cops in Pasco County Florida set out to break a 
Aug 08, 2011
DUI Arrest Contest Trophy? DUI Attorney Lawyer noticed this was parked outside of the Hillsborough County Courthouse in Tampa, Florida this morning. This is an outrageous scenario and there are few, if any, other crimes that give out 

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 Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122397/Lisa-Steed-Trooper-year-admits-violating-DUI-procedure.html#ixzz1qZNWfllF


DUI Attorney on Drugs and DUI Charges

Drugs and DUI

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DUI and Drugs
DUI attorneys and people who have been arrested call me and sometimes ask: What happens when there is a DUI arrest, a .000 breath test, followed by a urine screen that is positive for drugs? Here is the answer. We use a toxicologist to testify about the limitations of urinalysis in the following fashion:
A urine drug screen takes place in a laboratory setting and involves multiple chemists and technicians. The process entails a battery of tests over the course of several days utilizing different instruments that represent a comprehensive examination for controlled substances. These tests include the “immunoassay presumptive test,” the “thin layer chromatography test,” the “gas chromatography test” and “mass spectrometry.” Some of these tests are “quantitative” which reveal concentration levels.
However, in a urine test, the results are always reported in a “qualitative” fashion. (Meaning that the results are reported in such a way that they are limited only to confirm the presence or absence of a drug.) The reason for this is quite legitimate since concentrations detected in urine do not correlate with concentrations found in the blood. Thus, urine concentration levels have no meaning in and of themselves since they represent a number related to what is found merely in the urine and not in the bloodstream. (And of course, it is only what is found in the bloodstream that directly relates to the issue of impairment at the time of driving.)
Usually, the State’s toxicologist can only testify that while the presence of a controlled substance was detected in the urine sample, it is impossible to determine based on this method of testing whether a driver was actually feeling the effects of that substance at the time he was operating the vehicle. Usually, the State’s expert witness will also have to admit that such uncertainty is due to the length of time that it takes for most prescription and illegal drugs to be processed or “eliminated” from the human body.
 Drugs and DUI? Call Casey at 813-222-2220