Category Archives: Field Evidence

California Man Sentenced to 135 years to Life in Jail

On November 25, 2017, Fred Lowe was driving on Interstate highway 80 in San Pablo when he suddenly sideswiped another car. The Nissan Rouge he sideswiped ran over the center divide into westbound traffic, colliding with passing vehicles. This led … Continue reading

1 Comment read more

New York Lowers Threshold for Hunting While Intoxicated

I am not a hunter, so I have no clue as to how much concentration it takes for a person to properly use a firearm. Therefore, I can only speculate and draw parallels with other acts. Perhaps it should take … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

Axe Body Spray DUI Cover Up

We’ve all probably heard stories about people coming up with creative ways to get high or to get drunk. There have been rumors about how the alcohol content in mouthwash can interfere with the breathalyzer results. People have also tried … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

Maine Supreme Court Dismisses Auto-Brewery Syndrome Testimony

You may have heard stories and advice about how you should always try to go for a blood test rather than a breathalyzer when being tested for a DUI. These stories have some truth to them. The yeast from alcohol … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more

Does Implied Consent have No Boundaries?

The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable … Continue reading

Leave a comment read more