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Attorney Fred Slone

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Drunk Driving Attorney Alaska Cases - Trial Courts

Successful Drunk Driving Defense

Attorney Fred Slone has successfully defended people charged with drunk driving for more than 25 years. The following cases are just a few examples of those caes in which a drunk driving conviction was avoided. They give you an idea of some of the defenses that Attorney Fred Slone has employed to win DUI/OUI cases for his clients.

Prosecutor Drops Charges

Upon Attorney Slone's motion, the district attorney dropped charges for boating while intoxicated, refusing to submit to a sobriety test and eluding police officers. Police fail to abide by law ...

Evidence Suppressed - Not Guilty!

Airline pilot with .133 breath test and .132 blood test found not guilty after three year fight. Attorney Slone gets evidence suppressed. Not guilty drunk driving ...

Illegal search gets evidence thrown out. No evidence, not guilty ...

Illegal search suppresses evidence of possession of marijuana. No evidence, no drug charges ...

Not Guilty By Necessity

Attorney Slone's necessity defense results in acquittal for client passed out behind the wheel with .152 breath test. Passed out behind the wheel & not guilty ...

Faulty Equipment! Not Guilty!

Breath test machinery fails; expert testifies equipment works; Attorney Slone forces testimony from police to prove equipment failure cause of blood alcohol results. Not guilty drunk driving ...

Double Jeopardy! Not Guilty!

Airline pilot with .133 breath test and .132 blood test found not guilty after three year fight. Attorney Slone says, "That's double jeopardy!" Not guilty drunk driving ...

Not Guilty Due To Mistaken Identity

Mechanic with .201 acquitted at trial based on mistaken identity. Attorney Slone proves wrong suspect. No charge to wrong guy ...

DUI Reduced To Traffic Ticket

3rd DUI reduced after motions to suppress evidence filed. No charge if no evidence ...

DUI to careless driver reduced to traffic citation for careless driving. Careless, but not drunk ...

Suspect was drinking, but was not drunk when accident occurred. Drinking isn't drunk ...

suspect not impaired - not guilty!

Attorney Slone proves suspected drunken state couldn't possibly exist - client was dining with daughter. Not guilty if not drunk...

Passenger witness found by Attorney Slone testifies driver not impaired. Not impaired - not guilty ...

Careless driving is not drunk driving. Careless driver not guilty of DUI ...

Military personnel socializing get into motorcycle accident, and good samaritan calls police. Driver drinking but not impaired ...

Revoked! Not Guilty!

Suspect driving after revocation is found not guilty. Not operating after revoked ...

Not Guilty! Police Testimony False

Video disputes policy testimony. Not guilty of drunk driving ...

Slone impeaches state trooper's testimony.

Not Guilty Of Refusing To Submit To A Sobriety Test

Suspect refuses to submit to sobriety test, prosecutor charges refusal. Not guilty of refusal ...

Captain of a boat refuses to submit to testing; district attorney drops charges. Refusal dropped ...

Not Guilty Of Reckless Driving

Jury returns verdict of not guilty. Reckless driving not guilty ...

Possession Of Drugs Dismissed

Possession of marijuana charges dismissed by court. Drug possession dropped ...

Court Of Appeals Upholds Trial Court Acquittal

Anchorage, Alaska district attorney appeals trial court's finding that suspect is not guilty due to illegal search. Appeal by prosecution fails ...

Sample DUI Cases

We do not win all of our DUI cases, but Mr. Slone has successfully defended citizens charged with DUI/OUI for over 25 years.  The following cases are just a few of those cases in which a DUI/OUI conviction was avoided, and give you an idea of some of the defenses that Mr. Slone has employed to win DUI/OUI cases for his clients.

Talk To An Attorney Today

To speak with Alaska's premier drunk driving defense lawyer today, please call Attorney Fred Slone at (907) 272-4471.

Call us today at (907) 272-4471 to speak with an attorney.

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